Sean Finucane

It’s no secret that unexpected expenses can be a major pain in the neck. But for many people, these expenses are more than just a small problem. In fact, 60% of Americans don’t have the finances to cover an unexpected $1,000 emergency.

The U.S. is in the midst of a vaccine debate. With anti-vaxxers convinced that the lifesaving inoculations could create more illnesses and more problems, fewer people are getting their routine shots. While this can present legal issues in terms of human rights infringement (i.e., can the government force you to vaccinate if you don’t want […]

If you’re looking to sell your home, you might be struggling with determining the right asking price. When you do finally figure out what price point you should be starting at, you might not always be happy with the result. Increasing the value of your home doesn’t have to necessarily be complicated or terribly expensive. […]

Most people reading this know a thing or two about the veracity of student loan debt. Today, Americans owe more than $1.3 trillion in student loans, which puts serious drag on the economy. Still, we’ve all trudged along, paying those monthly payments that seem unending. The Class of 2019 will feel the sting of student […]

Having just made it through another tax filing season, the last thing you want to hear right now is more talk on investments and returns. However, thinking about your tax filing strategies now can ensure that you owe the government less (or that they even pay you) in the future. So if you want to […]

With summer just around the corner, many people will be heading to their local pool for the first swim of the season. Others, however, will be skipping the trip, instead making use of the pool they’ve added to their backyard. If you love swimming and want to enjoy this pastime on a regular basis, you […]

Reaching your financial goals can be a seemingly unending journey. Just as soon as you successfully squirrel away some funds into your savings account or finally pay off that credit card debt, another financial obligation rears its ugly head and you’re once again coughing up the cash. These struggles are exactly why many people turn […]

In what many experts are describing as shocking, millennials are starting to invest in real estate in significant numbers. Many expected the generation that grew up in the worst recession since the Great Depression to hold off on buying homes and property of their own, but this spending-savvy generation has beaten the odds. Of course, many […]