Interest Can Be Interesting

Interest is your friend; interest received from an investment is one of the greatest ways to earn passive income. April is Financial Literacy Month, and since interest is one of the paramount concepts of financial literacy, a few words about interest can be a valuable lesson, which will help you […]

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Presidents day trivia

So You Thought You Knew Everything About the Presidents

Presidents Day Trivia Many U.S. presidents were born in February; for instance, George Washington was born Feb. 22, 1732 and Abraham Lincoln was born Feb. 12, 1809. President’s Day is celebrated on the third Monday of February to commemorate the birthdays of all U.S. presidents. Do you realize you will […]

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5 Ways You Can Resolve To Pay Off Credit Card Debt In 2014

5 Ways You Can Resolve to Pay Off Credit Card Debt in 2014

New Year, New You: Pay Off Credit Card Debt New Year’s resolutions are known to be incredibly gimmicky and unreliable. Every committed gym-goer knows that they can expect their typical routine to be bombarded by a slew of newcomers at the beginning of January, only to see it taper off and […]

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Is Home Ownership Really for You?

Home ownership is still part of the American dream. It’s comforting to have a place you can call your own. Now that home prices have stabilized, or even increased in some areas of the country, and with interest rates still being relatively low (only about 1 percent higher than their […]

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Eating Healthy Doesn’t Have to Cost You an Arm and a Leg

Cheap Healthy Meals Trying to save money is tough, and food is something we cannot do without (what economists call an “inelastic demand”). But we can reduce the amount we buy, and we can decide to buy wisely. Like anything else, we sometimes buy food needlessly because we go to […]

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The Five Appliances That Devour The Most Energy

The Five Appliances That Devour the Most Energy

Ways To Save Electricity We use energy every day and pay handsomely for it. While we may not be able to control its price, we can control our usage of energy, which is measured in kilowatt-hours, or kWh; 1 kWh being the equivalent of using 1,000 watts for one hour. […]

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