Do You Need Credit Monitoring? How About a Free One?

Do You Need Credit Monitoring? How About a Free One?

Your credit situation can be a big deal. Changes to your credit situation can result in problems with getting approved for a loan, or require you to pay more in interest when you are approved. Some […]

Think Twice Before Taking Money from Your Retirement Account

Think Twice Before Taking Money from Your Retirement Account

When you start adding up your assets, it’s common to include your retirement accounts. After all, the money that you have in these accounts contributes to your overall net worth. At the same time, though, when […]

Should You Do Your Own Taxes or Hire an Accountant?

Should You Do Your Own Taxes or Hire an Accountant?

One of the ways that you can save money is by doing your own taxes. You can do your own taxes by hand, or use tax prep software. No matter which method you choose, chances are […]

Setting Less Financial Goals for a Greater Chance of Success

Setting Less Financial Goals for a Greater Chance of Success

One of the things that used to trip me up about setting financial goals is that I would set so many of them. I was going to pay off my credit cards, max out my retirement […]

Are You Passing Up Chances for More Money?

Are You Passing Up Chances for More Money?

Not too long ago, someone I know was complaining about how he was running low on funds, and how he was concerned about money. I expressed my worry, and asked if he had any prospects. He […]

The Pros and Cons of Credit Union Credit Cards

If you are looking for a credit card with better terms and conditions than the big banks, your local credit union may hold the perfect solution.  Credit unions are smaller local financial institutions that have been […]

4 Tips to Pay Less Money When Making Big Purchases

4 Tips to Pay Less Money When Making Big Purchases

One of the best things you can do for your finances is to save up for the things you want. You can avoid many of the pitfalls of debt with the help of saving up, keeping […]

Being Realistic about Your Investment Returns

Being Realistic about Your Investment Returns

It would be nice to think that holding your stocks long-term would result in amazing gains over time. And, while a long-term investing strategy is one of the best ways to build wealth over time, it’s […]

Holiday Gifts for a Cause: Feel Extra Good about Giving

Holiday Gifts for a Cause: Feel Extra Good about Giving

Chances are that you are making your gift list and preparing to make purchases for your friends and family. Giving can help you feel good, no matter the circumstance. But there are some places you can […]

4 Things to Watch Out For When You Go Shopping

4 Things to Watch Out For When You Go Shopping

As a society, we tend to overlook a lot of things that are not right in front of our faces. The same is especially true when we go holiday shopping. All we want to know is […]

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