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will1

Most people know that it’s sensible to make a will and to review it from time to time. So it’s shocking to realize from research done in 2016 that most Americans have no will at all, let alone an up-to-date one. Older and richer people are more likely to have a will, but a quarter [...]

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Break your big budget items to small line items

A few years ago Cracked.com published an article about the five worst habits people develop when they grow up poor. Among them was the fact that people on strict budgets often make purchasing decisions based on the price of an item at that moment and not how much the item will cost/save over the long [...]

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teens

Working on your monthly budget can seem like a lot of work and is not likely to be something that is at the top of your list.  Once you are out of high school and into college, there will be less time for making money as you spend more of your time studying to earn [...]

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student

One of the first reactions parents have when they hear their son or daughter is in trouble at college is disbelief. Not only do they want to see the best in their child but they’ll also think back to when they were at college and all the silly things they did – so, what’s the [...]

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Accounting

We all have dreams of buying a new home, a bigger car, a dream vacation and more. How does a frugal saver manage to handle such large purchases? The first thing many people would think of is charging their credit card or taking out a loan, but it makes much more sense to save money [...]

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Budgeting for Savings Can Help You Avoid Debt

Personal finance is somewhat many people don’t take very sincerely. Thus some people are fighting with financial problems. If talking about personal finance then it is just about keeping a reasonable debt to income ratio and confirming that expenses never go beyond income. It is very important to keeping a perfect credit record and keeping [...]

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Relax2

The benefits of an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) cannot be overstated. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, sit back and relax for a quick and informative overview. Individual Retirement Accounts exist because governments know that not everybody has access to a retirement account through an employer. Employer-sponsored programs like the 401(k) are tax-sheltered, and often [...]

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New Home

Buying a home is an oftentimes painstakingly hard process with a worthwhile benefit – a placeto call your own.To jump-start the mortgage loan process, use these five tips to quickly find the best lender to finance your dream home. Assess and work on your credit score. Not everyone will qualify to purchase a property. You [...]

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teens

Whether you are studying for your first undergraduate degree or have returned to college in a bid to pursue a postgraduate education, it’s no secret that living on a student budget can often be tricky. As a student, saving money is probably one of your biggest priorities, as being low on funds can not only [...]

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50th Anniver

Retirees face increasingly uncertain economic prospects. Though the cost of virtually everything continues to rise, wages have remained virtually stagnant for decades. People are working harder to afford less, and seniors increasingly struggle to make ends meet. It’s no wonder that so many retirees enter their senior years with debt. When you’re living on a [...]

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Social Media Infographic

We’ve mentioned this before and we’ll say it again: there are two ways you can regain control over your personal finance; by reducing your expenses and by finding new sources of income. The latter can help you overcome debt issues and allow you to cover more expenses. If you love being on social media, posting [...]

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