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Ways To Save Money Without Changing Your Lifestyle

Money Saving Tips – Saving Money without changing your lifestyle We’re all only too aware how difficult it can be The post Ways To Save Money Without Changing Your Lifestyle appeared first on Financial Advisor Stuff.
by Financial Advisor Stuff on May 4, 2016

The Future of Shopping: Trapping You in a Club You Didn’t Know You Joined

Beware of the subscription-fueled future of online shopping, a business model that attracted a billion-dollar bet from venture capital investors. Bloomberg reported about this future of shopping that traps you in a club you didn’t know you join...
by Personal Finance News on May 3, 2016

Monthly Budget for Singles: Where You Can Cut

Have you ever been unexpectedly plunged into the “single life?” Living life as a single person has its perks, however, it has been proven that singles spend more money than couples on everyday necessities. How can that be possible with one fewer...
by Debt Free Living Guru on May 2, 2016

Unfair elections

“Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives… The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic &...
by IanChisnall on May 1, 2016

This is why you're successful but single

The stats that are working against you in the dating world.
by MetsCitiBlog on Apr 28, 2016

The 11 best bargains at the checkout counter in May

May has a myriad of discounts. Save on mattresses, menswear, mangoes and more. ...
by MetsCitiBlog on Apr 27, 2016

The Real Amount You Are Spending Each Year

Do you know how much money you are spending each year? Do you want to know the answer to this question? For some of you, the answer might be “no way”! But knowing how much you spend can really be an eye opener. In fact, it might just be the kick...
by MoneySmartGuides on Apr 27, 2016

What Are Your 5 Most Recent Stupid Purchases? Here’s Mine

Take a look at your recent debit or credit card purchases. (But seriously, this is an interactive article. And yes, there are cookies at the end). What do you see? Alright, groceries, student loan payments, and….$26 for two Uber rides? That see...
by Penny Thots on Apr 26, 2016

What Are Your 5 Most Recent Stupid Purchases? Here’s Mine

Take a look at your recent debit or credit card purchases. (But seriously, this is an interactive article. And yes, there are cookies at the end). What do you see? Alright, groceries, student loan payments, and….$26 for two Uber rides? That see...
by Penny Thots on Apr 26, 2016

7 Things Debt-Free People Never Do

Charis Brown writes on ClarkHoward.com: “Even though two people could have the same education, come from the same financial background and make the same amount of money, the difference in their financial picture could be night and day, dependi...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 23, 2016

Most College Grads Unwilling to Forfeit Luxuries to Reduce Student Loans

According to a new survey from Citizens Bank, average student debt for millennials is $41,286 and 60 percent of millennials expect to be making payments on their student loans well into their 40s. Despite the burdensome loan payments, a large shar...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 22, 2016

Good News: Consumers Are Paying Less for Groceries Amid Global Glut of Crops

Food and gas are some of the required family expenses. Last year consumers got relief at the gas pump and now they got a nice break at the supermarket. As reported on MarketWatch, grocery prices have fallen for the last 12 months. It’s only the fou...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 22, 2016

6 Tips For How To Achieve Your Goals

How many times have you failed at trying to achieve your goals? For me, the number of times I have failed is higher than I would like to admit. But for the most part, many of my failures were early on. I took some time to figure out why I was failing...
by MoneySmartGuides on Apr 20, 2016

Why You Should Buy the Biggest House in the Neighborhood

Economist Teresa Ghilarducci shares some personal finance advice about debt and consumption. She recommends that you should buy the biggest house in the neighborhood. That way you would feel fantastic since you don’t have the urge to upgrade as...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 18, 2016

5 Story Books That Help Children Figure Out Personal Finance

It can take a lifetime to become adept at managing our personal finances, but the time to begin this process is when children are young. Here are 5 story books that teach children about earning, saving and spending: “Pretty Penny Makes Ends Me...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 17, 2016

Americans prefer low prices to items ‘Made in the USA’

According to an Associated Press poll, the vast majority of Americans say they prefer lower prices instead of paying a premium for items labeled “Made in the USA,” even if it means those cheaper items are made abroad. People in higher e...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 15, 2016

The Ultimate Guide on How to Make the Best Monthly Budget

I’ve written a lot over the years on how to make a monthly budget. It’s really been important to me because creating and successfully living on a budget turned our life around. My wife and I would not be where we are financially had we not admitt...
by Luke1428 on Apr 11, 2016

Millennial Monday: Millennials and Money Management

Express Employment Professionals recently teamed up with the School of Media and Strategic Communications at Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater, OK, to conduct research about Millennials and their attitudes toward the American Dream. Also...
by Movin' On Up on Apr 11, 2016

Nothing For Nothing And The $15/hour Minimum Wage!

Unintended Consequences Of A $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage?Because in life, as they say, there's no such thing as a free lunch!Read the article here! Advertisement ...
by The Political Commentator on Apr 11, 2016

USPS to Cut Postage Rates to 47 Cents

Reversing the price hiking trend, the U.S. Postal Service will reduce the price of first-class stamps by 2¢ down to 47¢ this weekend. As reported on Consumerist, “The price cut came from the government entity that regulates the postal servi...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 10, 2016


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