Do You Think You Could Live on $152 a Month?

According to a 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey, more than half of participants reported that they and/or their spouse have less than $25,000 in total savings and investments in preparation for retirement. That’s right, a whopping 56% of those surveyed have $25,000 or less saved up for retirement, leaving them with […]

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It’s OK to Consider Finances When Choosing a Partner

Society would have us believe that we should marry solely for love and live happily ever after. Reality shows us that almost half of all marriages eventually end in divorce and many divorces occur as a result of fighting over money and finances. So, part of being content with a […]

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Small Changes You Can Make Today to Start Saving Money

Saving money in today’s tough economy can be challenging, especially if a person’s habits have been formed and he feels “set” in his ways. However, saving money, even if it is only a small amount at a time, should really be a necessity. Life comes with countless unexpected costs and […]

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Five Best Finance & Budget Monitoring Apps

  Your personal finances can be a very time sensitive aspect of your life — one that requires a great amount of organization and knowledge. The planning, investing and budgeting of your finances is becoming much easier, and hopefully a little more simplified with the advances in modern technology. The […]

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How to Rebound After Identity Theft

With the crime of identity theft growing at an alarming rate, people everywhere are being forced to pick up the pieces after having their identities stolen. This includes, among other things, repairing a damaged credit report and letting the proper authorities know your identity has been compromised. If you ever […]

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