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The Complete Guide to Purchasing Airline Tickets Online

The Complete Guide to Purchasing Airline Tickets Online

Finding the lowest fares on airline tickets can sometimes feel like one of life’s great challenges. No one really fully understands why the prices rise and fall when they do or why buying too early or too late means you’ll pay more for your ticket. Some airlines make you pay to check bags, others don’t, while most of them gouge […]






by August 19, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
10 Ways to Save on Your Electric Bill This Summer

10 Ways to Save on Your Electric Bill This Summer

We’re all looking for ways to save money and one of the places to consider pinching those pennies is on your electric bill. The summer months often represent the greatest impact to your utility costs because when those temperatures rise the first thing we all do is fire up the air conditioning. However, that’s not the only drain on your […]






by August 16, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
10 Family Friendly Vacation Spots

10 Family Friendly Vacation Spots

The family vacation. Is there anything more traditional, more enjoyable, more American, than packing up the whole family and heading out for a week-long vacation at one or more of the myriad destinations of fun and amusement throughout our great country? With so many places to choose from, the only difficulty you may encounter will be selecting your itinerary for […]






by August 15, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
How to Stop Stressing About Money

How to Stop Stressing About Money

Financial related stress can be one of the most intense and damaging influences on our overall health and wellbeing. Those sleepless nights wondering how you’re going to make rent, keep from falling behind on car payments, or just pay the monthly utility bills. All of these are current concerns for millions of Americans across the country who are dealing with […]






by August 12, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
What Does BREXIT Mean for You?

What Does BREXIT Mean for You?

On June 23rd, 2016, the people of Great Britain decided to exit the European Union (EU) by a narrow margin in what will go down as a historic referendum for the country. The result has gripped the global economy in mounting uncertainty as the pound dropped to the lowest it has ever been since 1985. David Cameron has resigned from […]






by August 10, 2016 0 comments Investments
10 Tips for Better Time Management

10 Tips for Better Time Management

Sometimes life just gets too hectic. You’ve got one thing after the next taking up your valuable time and you find that you’re spreading yourself way too thin trying to accommodate everyone and everything that needs to accomplished by yesterday. Eventually you start to miss a deadline here, forget a task there, and before you know it you have this […]






by August 8, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
15 Ways to Save on Everyday Household Essentials

15 Ways to Save on Everyday Household Essentials

We all love to save money. Who doesn’t enjoy keeping more cash in their pocket after a trip to the supermarket or the department store? Everyone seems to have their own little secret for conserving pennies at the checkout line when it comes to getting those everyday household essentials. The price of everything just keeps rising and it’s getting tougher […]






by August 5, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
10 Best Personal Budgeting Tools With Reviews

10 Best Personal Budgeting Tools With Reviews

Money. The best way to hold on to as much of it as possible is through smart budgeting. However, managing your personal finances isn’t always simple to do all by yourself. That’s where personal budgeting software can come in handy. Finding the right budgeting tools can be a time-consuming endeavor. There are plenty of options to choose from as some programs […]






by August 3, 2016 1 comment Personal Finance
Federal Tax Rates and Brackets for 2016

Federal Tax Rates and Brackets for 2016

Ben Franklin once famously said that two things in life were certain: death and taxes. For some the former might be preferable when compared to the never-ending litany of rules, regulations, changes, updates, and general confusion that are part and parcel of the latter. No one enjoys tax season, but since its arrival is inevitable you may as well get […]






by July 8, 2016 0 comments Taxes
Frequent Flyer Programs of the Major Airlines Reviewed

Frequent Flyer Programs of the Major Airlines Reviewed

Free airline tickets? Sign me up! That’s the sales pitch behind the frequent flyer programs offered by all of the major airlines.  While you could save a lot of money on airline travel the more you fly, getting those miles or points and using them towards a free ticket can be a bit of a challenge. The airline loyalty programs of today […]






by July 6, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance