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How to Save 1 Million Dollars: Complete Step-by-Step Guide

How to Save 1 Million Dollars: Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Who wants to be a millionaire? Well, everybody, of course. Short of going on a game show to test your knowledge of general trivia, saving that much money requires a considerable amount of planning, hard work, and dedication. Here’s the encouraging part, making that first million dollars is much easier to do today than it was even ten or fifteen years […]

by July 1, 2016 0 comments Investments
Top 20 Things That You Shouldn’t Waste Money On

Top 20 Things That You Shouldn’t Waste Money On

We all do it from time to time — splurge on some self-indulgent purchase that you probably don’t need. But, hey, you have to treat yourself every so often. Those occasional expenditures are perfectly fine, but imagine if you were squandering excessive amounts of money for frivolous things on a routine basis. You probably couldn’t fathom it, because you don’t […]

by June 15, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
17 Creative Ways to Save on Your Grocery Bill

17 Creative Ways to Save on Your Grocery Bill

It seems like the prices of everything are only increasing as of late. This is especially true at the local supermarket where the cost of meat and dairy have been on a steady rise, not to mention items like produce and even salty snacks and desserts all demonstrating some modicum of price fluctuation that has us shelling out more money […]

by June 14, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
15 Best Life Insurance Companies of 2016 With Reviews

15 Best Life Insurance Companies of 2016 With Reviews

Life insurance is one of those things we don’t think about until it’s too late. But opting to purchase a policy may be one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make because it can fill a significant void in the lives of your loved ones. A good life insurance policy can supplement or even substitute for your lost income should […]

by June 8, 2016 0 comments Insurance
Capital One 360 Review: Checking and Savings Accounts

Capital One 360 Review: Checking and Savings Accounts

The bank that’s probably best known for their credit cards has now branched out into providing a comprehensive and convenient online and mobile banking platform that offers a range of checking and savings accounts for consumers of all ages, including those young as 10 years old. This burgeoning banking platform is still making its way into the market and attracting […]

by June 6, 2016 0 comments Bank Accounts
How to Pay Off Student Loans in 5 Easy Steps

How to Pay Off Student Loans in 5 Easy Steps

There’s an old saying: “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”. Yeah well, ignorance doesn’t charge 7.9% interest and that’s the current rate of most student loans right now. Millions of college kids around the country are graduating this summer and many of them will join the ever-increasing number of Americans who will be saddled with thousands of dollars […]

by June 3, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
Ultimate Guide on How to Make a Personal Budget

Ultimate Guide on How to Make a Personal Budget

You’ve seen in several of our other personal finance posts that sticking to a budget is simply essential to good money management. It prevents shortfalls and overdraws, helps with building up savings, makes it easier to pay off debts in a systematic way, and just generally provides peace of mind. But how do you go about it? This is your […]

by May 4, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
How You Can Quit Living Paycheck to Paycheck

How You Can Quit Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Let’s be honest, living paycheck to paycheck isn’t much fun. You may be stuck in this financial rut for reasons beyond your control or you may just need some smart advice on how to manage your money with an eye on frugality. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are struggling to save a little while working hard […]

by April 17, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
How to Manage Your Impulse Buys

How to Manage Your Impulse Buys

We’ve all been there before. You know, the times when we go out shopping for one specific item but end up leaving the store with five items that we clearly don’t need but couldn’t pass up because the deals were oh so good. Impulse buying is a spending habit that affects even the most frugal shoppers. Sometimes when you’re at […]

by April 17, 2016 0 comments Personal Finance
6 Ways to Increase Your Nest Egg

6 Ways to Increase Your Nest Egg

Retirement income is something that we all think about as we grow older, but not everyone knows how to save enough in order to maintain the lifestyle to which they’ve grown accustomed. One of the biggest fears of today’s retirees is outliving their nest egg, and it’s certainly a valid concern as health costs are on the rise, not to […]

by April 17, 2016 0 comments Retirement