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Top 5 Tips to Invest Like a Millionaire

» by July 6th, 2012 at 5:55 pm » Comments (0)

To be a millionaire, you have to think like one. Millionaires invest money, a lot of money. So your first step to gaining millionaire status is investing. Here are 5 tips to make sure you don’t invest like any old Joe Shmoe and instead like a millionaire. Count Your Blessings This saying applies to everyone [...]


Is a College Degree a Good Investment in This Economy?

» by June 4th, 2011 at 11:03 am » Comments (0)

In the aftershock of the recent recession, it is likely that many will find it difficult to find, change, or otherwise procure employment. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the unemployment rate has been fluctuating by approximately mere tenths of a point since the beginning of the year, while the average hourly earnings are [...]


How to Prevent Financial Ruin Due to Legal Troubles

» by April 15th, 2011 at 2:12 pm » Comments (0)

The minute most of us are faced with legal troubles, we begin to sweat just thinking about the bill we’ll have to pay the law firm.  Lawyers make a lot of money for two reasons.  The first is that we need their legal expertise, which takes a lot of schooling, and their resources (law libraries, [...]


Instant $750 in Cash Back

» by October 14th, 2010 at 12:08 pm » Comments (1)

How would you like an instant $750 or more in cash back? Every month checks are written, funds withdrawn from your account, and bills paid on your credit card that take away from the hard earned money you have. But by being a tad bit smarter than the average person, your bills can be dramatically [...]


Is College Still Worth It?

» by September 28th, 2009 at 12:11 pm » Comments (0)

The recession is affecting more than the average daily worker who is searching for (or struggling to keep) a job.  It’s taking a toll on students and their futures, too.  There’s always been debate over whether or not college is worth it, but the question arises more frequently today, even among students who have been [...]


5 Time-Saving Gadgets Worth Their Money

» by July 19th, 2009 at 2:40 pm » Comments (1)

Time is a valuable asset.  Personally, if I could have just a few extra hours in the day, I’d be set.  We try to make the most of our time and money, and when it comes to technology, an expensive or quirky gadget can be worth the money if it saves us time.  Here are [...]


Scholarship Resources to Pay for College

» by June 2nd, 2009 at 1:06 pm » Comments (149)

The cost of education is ever increasing, and it is seemingly impossible to go to school without the help of some financial aid. Luckily, with the increase in people going back to school to increase their job skills and income, free student scholarships have become widely available. Financial aid is not just offered by your [...]


Check out’s New Financial Fitness Tools

» by May 1st, 2009 at 2:42 pm » Comments (0)

For those of you not using as a tool to help you manage your money and make it incredibly easy to automate your financial planning, you’re missing out. With already a million users, this completely free service is helping people pay off debt, save money, and get on the right path. According to some [...]


Mint Review - How Secure is it?

» by June 20th, 2008 at 11:15 am » Comments (20) has quickly become the hippest personal finance management website. In some ways Mint competes with Mvelopes, the online budgeting program that helps you to allocate your money before you spend it, but Mint does a bit more. It makes managing your money fun while taking almost all of the work out of it. In [...]


The Problem with Risk Measurement Calculators

» by May 16th, 2008 at 11:15 am » Comments (4)

Risk measurement calculators can be a fantastic tool. You take a quick survey that makes you reflect on how you would feel or react to certain market conditions, and the risk measurement genie tells you exactly how to invest your money. But risk measurement calculators are only a great tool, if only they produced realistic [...]


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