Year: 2009

Financial Advice

Divide what you spent last year into wants and needs. Everyone has heard this before, but many people don’t take the time to actually apply

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Financial Advice

With the invention and proliferation of credit and debit cards, cash has become much less popular.  In fact, it is used less and less as

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As I mentioned yesterday, not all debt is bad. Divide your debt between good debt and bad debt. Focus your attention on paying off the

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Financial Advice

Virtually everyone has some form of debt, and that’s not always a bad thing. But having too much debt can cause undue amounts of stress

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Financial Advice

The first step on the road to financial freedom is to get organized. Before you can begin to make changes in your financial life it

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PHOENIX (March 31, 2009) – Aspiring entrepreneurs and teens take notice; today’s economy is the perfect time to start the next Microsoft or FedEx. In

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YOUTHpreneurs are born every day. It’s their drive and passion that elevates them above their peers. Here is a great story we found of one

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It is with great pleasure that I am happy to announce a higher education financial literacy bill has been introduced to Congress by Congresswoman Sheila

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More news sources are chiming in with reports on how a bit more financial literacy amongst Americans could have helped the financial crisis we are

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Financial Advice

When times get tough and the economy forces people out of their jobs, entrepreneurship is born. Unable to find work, many new graduates and experienced

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