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Plan Your Financial Future with WeVest

By , August 2nd, 2017

Financial planning apps are everywhere, and each has something different to offer. WeVest is a fairly new financial planning app that offers a new perspective on saving money and growing your net worth. The app promises a straightforward and inexpensive solution to you financial planning needs. But how well does it keep those promises? How […]


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10 Best Frugal Living Blogs

By , July 5th, 2017

Frugal living blogs are all over the internet, making it difficult to keep up with every single one. But how do you choose which blogs to follow? Check out this list of the ten best frugal living blogs and what makes them so great. 1. WiseBread WiseBread has been around for a while, and age […]


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Get A Free Personal Finance Education

By , August 31st, 2016

Most self improvement gurus say education drives personal achievement. This is no less true for personal finance.  It is extremely difficult to be successful financially if you don’t have a solid basis in accounting and financial management experience. If you are wondering where to start without straining your budget, here are places you can get […]


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Google Contributor Blocks Ads on Sites You’re Willing to Financially Support

By , November 20th, 2014

Google has launched a beta test to see how many internet users would be willing to pay $1 to $3 per month to block ads on each of their favorite websites. The test is for a new Google program called Contributor that is currently working with 10 popular websites. The sites working with Google on […]


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5 Million Gmail Usernames and Passwords Leaked, but Only 2 Percent Accessible

By , September 11th, 2014

In recent days the internet has been awash with news that nearly 5 million gmail account addresses and passwords were posted for public access in an online forum. In security circles it’s called credential dumping — sharing people’s user details so worldwide hacker communities can break into accounts to commit fraud and theft. This week […]


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Microsoft Blue Screen of Death Caused by August Update

By , August 17th, 2014

Microsoft, the maker of popular operating system Windows, has this week asked users to uninstall their latest update after complaints that it was causing computers to crash and give users what has become known as the Microsoft “blue screen of death.” The update bug is apparently a serious one, with users reporting it was causing […]


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Amazon Is Now Picking a Fight with Disney While Continuing Dispute with Hachette

By , August 10th, 2014

Amazon looks like it has a method it’s satisfied with and sticking to when it has a disagreement about pricing with a company. The latest to feel the pain is Disney, where pre-orders to a number of their movies have been halted on Amazon in what looks to be another dispute about pricing. This comes […]


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Siri for Desktop: Is This the Third Hand We’ve All Been Waiting For?

By , August 10th, 2014

The news Siri may be coming to desktops will have multi-taskers around the globe letting out a tiny cheer of joy for productivity this morning (Before they got back to checking their emails, planning their day, mapping their run and having breakfast). The calm and capable Siri has been standard on iOS since 2011, but […]


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How You Helped a Russian Hacking Ring Steal 1.2 Billion Passwords

By , August 7th, 2014

This week Hold Security shared disturbing news that a small circuit of Russian hackers has collected over a billion usernames, passwords and other information which can be used to steal identities, and commit theft. The company, based in Milwaukee, is made up of security contractors and researchers, and it has been responsible for uncovering some […]


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GM Faulty Ignition Switch Issues Extend to Its Website

By , August 3rd, 2014

It hasn’t been a good year for General Motors and recalls. Those recall troubles aren’t limited to just vehicles, but also to its website. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulators have called out GM saying people who search its website to see if their car is one which has a defective ignition switch are […]


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