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What Does It Mean to Be Rich?

Do you consider yourself “rich” if you have a million dollar net worth? If someone makes over $100,000 per year is she rich? Or wealthy means that you have paid off your mortgage and have enough money in investment accounts to retire earl...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 22, 2016

12 Ways To Teach Kids About Money

The Practical Saver writes: “A lot of people go on with their lives not knowing how to manage money. As a result, they tend to bury themselves in debt and not save for their future. As a parent, I like my kid to grow as a responsible person esp...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 22, 2016

The Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year

It’s not a surprise that a bit of planning can save you a lot of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. Lifehacker has a comprehensive, up-to-date guide on the best times to buy everything this year. Certain things are always cheape...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 22, 2016

Mindful Spending: The Happy Way to Financial Freedom

What if there was a way to save money without feeling like you’re missing out?  To feel great about every dollar you spend, knowing that it’s contributing to your overall happiness and long term financial health? It seems that savingContinue Rea...
by Breakthrough Systems on Feb 21, 2016

11 Things to Consider Before Co-Signing a Loan

The Practical Saver writes: “Co-signing a loan for someone can be a generous thing to do but can be dangerous at the same time. I’ve heard so many horrible stories about people helping out others through co-signing with horrible results. It i...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 19, 2016

Billionaire Wastes $500 Million for Two Paintings

Billionaire Ken Griffin just paid $500 million for two paintings by Abstract Expressionist masters in one of the largest private art deals ever. For most of the people on earth, it is just a waste of money to spend on paintings. Indeed, beauty is i...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 19, 2016

Worst Mistakes Investors Will Make In This Market

You might heard that stock market investors have lost $1.78 trillion, but keep in mind that the stock market has yielded an average 8%-10% return annually over the last 114 years. Since the start of this year, the market drops 5% to 15% globally, it...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 18, 2016

Whole Foods To Attract Shopper by Open Tattoo Parlor Alongside Groceries

As Whole Foods starts to loose customers to other organic-good supermarkets like Kroger and Trader Joe’s, they plan to open tattoo parlor for its new 365 stores alongside groceries. The idea is to attract younger shoppers, the Millennial gener...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 18, 2016

3 Big Financial Mistakes You Must Avoid

Scott Spann on Forbes writes: “While it may be difficult to achieve perfection in our planning, there are things we can do to avoid making the big mistakes.” You can avoid spending decades trying to recover by avoiding these three big fin...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 17, 2016

How To Avoid Paying Bank and Credit Card Fees

Allan Liwanag writes: “Many people, if not all, swear that fees are among the worst things ever created in the marketplace. Fees are a source of income for businesses, which generally and negatively impact the consumers’ pockets. They sneak u...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 17, 2016

13 Simple Money Rules

The Practical Saver writes: “Money is simple but a lot of people make it complicated. With these simple money rules, you’ll be able to understand more about your money and how to best handle it. By considering these rules, you’ll help y...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 16, 2016

How to Create the Perfect Budget

Having a budget that works can make your life simpler and work wonder for your mental health. “But that’s easier said than done if you’re constantly grappling with debt and living paycheck to paycheck,” said Geoff Williams at...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 16, 2016

4 Personal Finance Lessons From Former Presidents

On Presidents’ Day this year, we can apply the wisdom from former American leaders to our financial lives. Here are 4 personal finance lessons from former Presidents posted on Credit Union Insight: George Washington said: “To contract new deb...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 15, 2016

Back from Vacation

I’ve been on vacation for about 10 days (having written articles ahead to auto-post while I was gone). Thanks to those who commented while I was gone, and to MS Mom’s Money for making sure my blog wasn’t overtaken by spammers. We we...
by Blunt Money on Feb 15, 2016

Things You Didn’t Know About Aldi

If you’re serious about spending less on groceries like my wife does, Aldi is the place to shop for groceries with rock-bottom prices. Here are some things you might not know about shopping at Aldi. It’s one of the world’s biggest r...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 14, 2016

Not every debtor asking for help is delinquent

Theda Muller writes: “Not everyone is dishonest, or avoiding creditor calls or even unwilling to repay their debt because there are many debtors with huge integrity, who need that chance to meet their commitments because surely nobody likes rec...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 13, 2016

Why you should skip Valentine’s Day

David Adams writes: “After spending over 15 years between accounting and financial planning, and helping advise nearly 2,000 families, I’m convicted that it’s the small things that contribute so much to meeting long term financial goals. Sa...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 12, 2016

5 Fears About Frugality That Are Wrong

It’s a human nature to keep the old habits even though frugality like cutting back on unnecessary spending can save us some big bucks. After all, $100 a month saved from frugality is the same as $100 a month earning from working. An article pos...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 12, 2016

Lobbying Expenditure by U.S. Tech Companies

You will find more statistics at Statista The post Lobbying Expenditure by U.S. Tech Companies appeared first on SiteProNews.
by SiteProNews on Feb 12, 2016

Learn to Manage Finances as a Couple

The top two reasons why couples fight are sex and money. Well, you can avoid one of them by learning how happy couples manage finances from a guest post on The White Coat Investor. To maintain a financially happy relationship you need to create fi...
by Personal Finance News on Feb 11, 2016


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