Amy Nickson

Joined On:27th Jan, 2015
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About me: Amy Nickson is a web enthusiast and a financial writer who contributes crisp and well-researched articles on budgeting, debt, credit, personal finance, law, bankruptcy at OVLG to spread financial awareness.

Articles Contributed

Contributed on: 2nd Feb, 2017

Are you financially prepared for the emergencies? How can you keep your family financially safe for the unexpected distress like job loss or a family emergency? It is always tough to get your finan... Read more »

Contributed on: 24th Jan, 2017

Scenario 1: After living 1 year peacefully, Stan Barker thought Gary (his roommate) is a financially responsible person. Time passed by, Stan cleared the payment and left the apartment as the lease h... Read more »

Contributed on: 19th Jan, 2017

Credit cards are no doubt useful in today's advanced lifestyle when it comes to buying items without directly giving cash. Thus, it becomes convenient as you don’t have to carry a wallet full of cas... Read more »

Contributed on: 17th Jan, 2017

President-elect Donald Trump didn't say much regarding retirement policy during his presidential campaign. But as per the Donald Trump’s advisers, some changes will be made in the Obama administrat... Read more »

Contributed on: 17th Jan, 2017

I have to write an article on evergreen money rules. But, right now I am clueless and empty headed. Well, can you tell me who sets the money rules? From where you get those money rules? Forget it.... Read more »

Contributed on: 12th Jan, 2017

The shopping fever is already upon us. Are you ready for stealing best deals? Like every year, most of the retailers are offering biggest Cyber Monday deals. But, how can you find them before it... Read more »

Contributed on: 8th Dec, 2016

Economists are expecting a federal rate hike in the mid of December 2016. The U.S. Central Bank is also indicating the same. As per the CME's Fed Watch tool calculation, there's a 96.3% chance of F... Read more »

Contributed on: 2nd Dec, 2016

As per U.S Census bureau report, more than a quarter million people turn on 65 every month in our nation. So, it's quite normal, if not you, then maybe one of your close relatives is standing in the r... Read more »

Contributed on: 22nd Nov, 2016

The festive season is meant for giving, but this is also the season of scamming and defrauding. According to experts, with the rampant popularity of smartphone, scam activities become very easy. Consu... Read more »

Contributed on: 15th Nov, 2016

Black Friday is known as the biggest sales day. Most of the consumers get a shopping spree from Black Friday to Cyber Monday and go crazy over deals. These 4 busiest days are only about “huge-sales,... Read more »