Year: 2009

Financial Advice

College graduation is coming up in several weeks, and students are less prepared than ever to join the workforce. That’s because a college education is

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Financial Advice

Newer does not always mean better. In fact, there is a wealth of opportunities out there to find great used items. And it has never

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Life is full of little temptations, and you are going to have a run in with them every time you visit the mall or one

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Dining out is often a ritual many families like to practice with their relatives and friends. It is a great time to catch up and

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Cutting out parts of your budget that are more “wants” than “needs,” or just wasteful spending, will help improve your cash flow and savings. Consolidating

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Financial Advice

Are you longing for something that you gave up during week one? You may not miss a thing so congratulate yourself.  If you do, a

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Financial Advice

Meet with at least one financial planner – they have probably helped others with similar issues. Sometimes it takes an outside perspective on our finances

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A periodic review of your insurance – car, health, life, renters or home – might save you quite a bit of money now and in

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A critical financial education bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that will improve financial literacy education in K-12 education and enhance student knowledge

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Financial Advice

Knowing your credit score and report are important. This one little number determines how much you will pay on many of your debts. You can

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