All posts by David Domzalski

Save Money On Car Expenses: A Guide

  • October 30, 2018

Save Money On Car Expenses

Looking to save money on car expenses?

I know, right? Who isn't? Today's contributed post addresses how to avoid putting too much money in your car.


Driving is an extremely expensive venture for the majority of us.

First of all, you have to take out a course of driving lessons.

Then you have to pay for your test. That’s all before you even take to the roads.

You will have to purchase a vehicle, pay for maintenance, fill up with fuel, and cover various other necessary costs.

But generally speaking, people think that the cash is more than worth the independence that driving can provide you with.

So, here are a few steps that you can take to save money on car expenses if you do decide to go ahead and get a vehicle of your own!Read more

Recover Financial Loss: How To Have A Money Comeback

  • October 30, 2018

Recover Financial Loss: How To Have A Money Comeback

How do I recover financial loss?

That's easily one of the common questions people ask in the personal finance space. Today's contributed post addresses this tough issue.


You only have to read the news or listen to the radio to know that accidents happen.

The trouble is that all too often, we assume that we’ll never be the person hitting the headlines.

You hear tales that chill you to the bone or bring a tear to your eye, but you never expect bad things to happen to you or your family.

In the wake of an emergency situation, it can be incredibly difficult to process what has happened and to cope emotionally, and financial pressures often exacerbate stress and anxiety.

If you’ve been through a tough time, here is some advice to help you recover financial loss. Read more

Blogging For Beginners: Should I Start A Personal Blog?

  • October 29, 2018

Blogging For Beginners: Should I Start A Personal Blog?

A common question people ask themselves when figuring out a side hustle is this:

Should I start a personal blog?

For me, I started a blog as a way to create a business. From the very beginning, blogging was my ticket to living life on my terms.

Further, I want to be able to leave a legacy for my family and I know having my own business (or businesses) is the right way to do that.

To do it effectively, I need to be have the right mindset and attitude. The same goes with any endeavor you want to start in life.

With this in mind, I want to explore things with you here in a few upcoming posts for this Blogging For Beginners series.Read more

Car Buying Guide: How To Get Peace Of Mind

  • October 28, 2018

Car Buying Guide: How To Get Peace Of Mind

Are you in the car buying process?

It can be quite exciting and daunting at the same time. In this contributed post, we discuss how to save money when buying a car and doing so the right way.


Nowadays, cars are a natural extension of your professional and social life.

Whether you need it to get to town and meet up with friends or to commute to work.

As a direct consequence, car buying has become the kind of things most people don’t think about.

Indeed, the question is not anymore about whether to buy a vehicle or not. You have no choice; you need a car to function.

The question has taken a financial form, namely how to afford the vehicle you need. Read more

Money Problems: How To Help Your Partner Through Financial Crisis

  • October 28, 2018

Money Problems: How To Help Your Partner Through Financial Crisis

Do you or your spouse have ongoing money problems?

If so, this contributed post is for you. It's time you get a handle of your finances and avoid draining your bank accounts.


We’ve spoken about money and relationships a few times now, and with good reason.

This is one of the most significant hurdles in our financial lives. While the boundaries on money used to be clear-cut, more couples are now struggling to find a balance here.

After all, many women are not the primary breadwinners in their households.

That’s cause for celebration on a whole number of levels, but it has led to a change in the way we manage household finances.

Here's how to fix common money problems in your relationships.

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Are Your Finances Killing Your Quality Of Life?

  • October 24, 2018

Are Your Finances Killing Your Quality Of Life?

If your finances are killing your quality of life, it's time for a change. Today's contributed post addresses this subject and more. Let's see how to fix your situation.


Do you struggle to buy what you want when you want it?

Do you hear friends talking about luxury holidays and wonder how on earth they can afford it?

There’s no secret, and it’s not necessarily about getting a better paying job.

No, if you want to improve your quality of life and live for today, then you need to get your finances in order.

Of course, sometimes this is easier said than done.

So, let’s look at the problems that you might be facing if your finances are killing your quality of life.Read more

Financial Future: How To Safeguard Your Family’s Money

  • October 24, 2018

Financial Future: How To Safeguard Your Family's Money

Want to secure family's financial future? Then, this contributed post is a must-read. Enjoy.


Most people think about making more money and being able to put some of it away when they plan for their family’s financial future.

It is, in other words, mostly about prospering forwards and building wealth - yet, what if something were to hold you back in the future?

Safeguarding your family financially means that you need to think about everything that could happen as well as continuing to move forward.

Otherwise, you run the risk of losing the foundation you’ve spent so much time building.

Here is a handful of tips on how you can secure your financial future and continue to look after your family.

That way, you can feel a bit more relaxed and confident about your family's financial future.Read more

Make Money With Your Car: 5 Ways To Start Now

  • October 22, 2018

Make Money With Your Car: 5 Ways To Start Now

Looking for ways to make extra money? 

What about learning how to make money with your car?  Today's contributed post shows us how.


Owning a car can be very expensive.

There’s insurance, tax, fuel, repairs and services, tests, and the cost of the vehicle itself to consider. Most of these costs are unavoidable.

If you use your car a lot, you might think that these costs are worth it.

But, if it spends most of its time in your drive or out on the street, and you only really use it for short journeys now and then, you might wonder if it’s worth the expenses that it brings.

While there are some fantastic ways to save money on your car’s expenses, such as, which can make the costs of car ownership much more manageable, you could also use your car to help with your family budget.

Here are five of the ways to make money with your car. Read more

Family Budget: How To Manage Your Household Expenses

  • October 19, 2018

Family Budget: How To Manage Your Household Expenses


Do you have a family budget?

If you're struggling to make ends meet, you'll want to check out our contributed post today. It just might keep you out of further debt.


The economy experiences a recession when commodity prices increase while consumer spending plummets.

This occurs because the average consumer struggles to make basic purchases as the price of goods and services increases dramatically.

This can be a tough time for families that have to deal with multiple expenses like mortgages, car payments, education expenses and so on.

However, things don’t have to be all doom and gloom for you and your family during a recession.

Below we share with you 10 steps that you can take to deal with the recession and come out relatively unscathed with a family budget.Read more

Employee Rights: What You Should Know

  • October 18, 2018

Employee Rights: What You Should Know

Listen up:

As a worker bee, you get certain employee rights.

Check out what these rights in today's contributed post. We have the essentials to what you should know about employee rights in the workplace.


There are a lot of great employers out there that will do everything in their power to look after their employees and make sure that they’re happy in the workplace.

Unfortunately, there are also a lot of other employers who aren’t quite so good.

In fact, there are some companies that just want to get the most work out of their staff without having to give anything back.

The good news for you is, you have rights as an employee.

And those rights come with certain entitlements, whether your employer wants to give them to you or not.

But a bad employer is going to try to get out of their responsibilities either way. So, it's important that you understand what you’re entitled to as an employee.

These are the basic rights that all employees have in the workplace. Read more