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A college education can cost tens of thousands of dollars -- or more. However, there are ways to make your diploma dollars go farther.
You can get a head start in a single minute -- here's how!Read More »
Are you keeping the three smart money laws? You should, because if you do these three things, you could have no financial worries. Really!
There’s a lot of information about how to be smart with money, how to invest wisely, and where to save. It’s all good information, but the foundation of not having money problems is very simple.Read More »
Summer is just around the corner, and that means peak wedding season is too.
According to a new report by a leading wedding magazine, The Knot, the average American wedding cost has tipped the $35,000 mark. That's more than half of the yearly median income!Read More »
Working hard to save up money for your first car purchase is quite a feat but if you don’t have the right insurance to protect your investment, you may end up losing money if something happens to your car.Read More »
Gone are the days when making deposits, withdrawals, etc.—meant you had to stand in line, and wait patiently (or not!) for the services of a teller. Today, we have lots of options when it comes to financial transactions.
Mobile banking is an increasingly popular way to monitor and manage your money and as more of us bank with phones fraudsters are following the same path turning their attention to mobile banking.
Here are the five rules you should never break.Read More »
As home prices continue to rebound from the recession, home equity loans are becoming sources of extra cash for a growing number of homeowners.
But tapping the value of your home is something that should be done cautiously and for a very few number of reasons.Read More »
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