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Fall: The Season to Donate

By , October 20th, 2017

The season of fall brings around new colors and new weather. It also precludes the season of winter, as well as a few significant holidays. During this time of year, we often reflect on the things that we have and the people in our lives. When thinking about what we are thankful for, we often […]


File a Power of Attorney When You’re Still Healthy

By , October 17th, 2017

You are vulnerable to a particularly scary type of abuse that can deprive you of control over your home, assets and personal freedom — unless you file an often overlooked and misunderstood legal form called a power of attorney.


10 Pieces of Personal Finance Advice You Can’t Ignore

By , October 11th, 2017

In the world of personal finance, there are numerous pieces of advice and words of wisdom that can be used to better your financial situation. Some of these are fairly common. Don’t spend more than you make, for example. Seems too simple to even be stated, but it often goes unheeded. Other pieces of personal […]


Disney Timeshares: The One Timeshare Worth The Money?

By , September 28th, 2017

The word “timeshare” usually sends chills up your spine. Oftentimes it is associated with sitting through a film and listening to a sales pitch and, more importantly, timeshares are associated with losing money. For the most part, timeshares are not a great investment because they don’t increase in value or accrue interest. However, Disney timeshares seem […]


What is the Best Age to Buy a House?

By , September 20th, 2017

Millennials have historically been the generation to change tradition. When it comes to home buying, that is no different. While many people may think your early-to-late 20s is the best age to buy a house, many millennials are waiting longer to settle down, have a family and buy a home. So, if that’s the case, […]


UPDATED: How To Shop at Costco Without a Membership

By , September 19th, 2017

Hardcore savers may question the logic of paying a flat fee of $60 or $120 before you get to save any money — especially when abundant opportunities to buy in bulk result in a final tab that’s often higher than what you are used to paying at other types of groceries. If you can’t get […]


Do Not Trade if the Market is out of Money

By , September 17th, 2017

How long do you think you are going to trade the market if you want to make money? Most traders answer they are going to trade the market every day for making money. They think in the most typical way and this is not how you should trade the market. If the market is out […]


Who is Betsy DeVos and What Does She Want to Do to Your Student Loan Debt?

By , September 15th, 2017

Betsy DeVos became a household name when President Donald Trump named her the United States Secretary of Education. Before that, she was an education advocate, fighting for the expansion of charter schools. She also advocated for using voucher programs for private schools. DeVos was well-known in her home state of Michigan, where she lobbied lawmakers […]


Bitcoin: Buy, Sell or Hold?

By , September 14th, 2017

Hold bitcoin from the day it began trading until now, you might have made a profit of $77,000 on an initial investment of just a dime. That’s 770,000% in seven years! Except that by the time you read this article, the value of that profit might have moved a few grand in either direction. Or more, […]


Find Cheap Homeowners Insurance With Progressive HomeQuote Explorer

By , September 13th, 2017

This post is sponsored by Progressive. Purchasing insurance is something most people dread but everyone has to do at some point. Whether it be health insurance, car insurance, life insurance or even homeowner’s insurance, protecting the things you’ve worked hard for and the people you love is important. There’s no getting around it but buying […]

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