How To Get The Most Cash For Your Pawned Jewelry

When you need cash quickly, a pawnshop is an excellent venue for you to use. If you have jewelry that you don't need for a while, you can consider pawning it to get the funds that you need. A pawn is different than a sale. Pawning your jewelry means that you are allowing the pawnshop to hold your precious gems for a certain amount of time in exchange for cash. You have to pay the money back, but if you do within the time frame you've agreed upon, you can get your jewelry back in your hands while still being able to meet financial needs. [Read More]

Together Is Better: Bring Your Beloved In To Choose Jewelry Together

If you're considering getting your significant other a gift of jewelry, you might want to think carefully about how to tell them. Many people have commercial-worthy scenarios in their heads, where they surprise the person with a particular piece -- and of course, the person loves it. But in reality, jewelry can be a touchy subject. So many meanings and superstitions about stones and metals abound that, unless you know the recipient very, very well, you could end up creating more discord than joy. [Read More]

The Man-Gagement Ring: Pick Out The Right Bling For Him

A new trend is on the the rise – the "man-gagement" ring. More engagements are being approached on equal footing, with either the woman proposing or an engagement occurring without the official proposal. Couples want to both share in the symbol of their pledge to love one another, so it makes sense that both the man and the woman both wear a ring. If you're considering exchanging rings for your proposal, here's some things to keep in mind when selecting his ring. [Read More]

Buying Gold: 3 Features To Look For In Non-Bank Segregated Gold Vaults

Diversifying your financial portfolio may prove to be beneficial in the long run, especially with the numerous factors that influence the economy. With currently low expected returns, and a 28% capital gain tax on gold, most experts recommend dedicating less than 3% of one's financial portfolio to physical gold and silver. This can still be quite a lot of gold when taking weight into account. Unlike other assets, it is your responsibility to find a secure storage space for your gold and silver. [Read More]