Will A Bail Bond Agent Bail You Out?

7 December 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

When you get arrested or need to turn yourself in at the jail, can you use a bail bond agent for help? In other words, will a bail bond agent bail you out of jail? If you need help with your bail, you might wonder about these things. That said, while bail bond agents offer services to help people get out of jail, they might not assist everyone that needs help. Read More 

What You Should Avoid When Out On Bail

15 September 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Bail bond agents find and send their clients back to prison if the client skip court or are involved in illegal activity. In some states, bail bond services are allowed to ask their clients to visit them regularly so they can track their movements. If you are out on bail, here are some of the bail bond mistakes you should avoid. 1. Re-Arrest If you are arrested for a DUI and are released on bail, your bail agreement may indicate that you should avoid alcohol. Read More 

Proprietary Investing Strategy Clients Should Understand These 3 Concepts

16 June 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Folks working with a proprietary investment strategist are usually going to hear a handful of key concepts thrown around. You're probably going to be fairly familiar with most of the terms, but it's important to understand how professionals use them in proprietary investing. Clients need to be familiar with these three concepts as they discuss proprietary investment strategy solutions. Models A cornerstone of any strategy is developing a model. This is a description of how you expect different aspects of the strategy to work. Read More 

Four Tax Tips For College Students

24 February 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

For many young people, the first time they need to file their own taxes are while they are in college. Although college student income is typically low, there are a few variables common to this group that can make tax preparation a bit challenging. 1. Know Your Dependent Status If you are under the age of 24 and in college, there is a good chance that your parents or legal guardians are still claiming you as a dependent. Read More