Warren Buffett Makes It Look Easy

October 4, 2018
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When it comes to matters involving finance, investments, and giving back, no one does it better than Warren Buffett. At one point, Buffett was the wealthiest person on planet earth, but now he has fallen in the rankings, but is still #3 in the world, according to Forbes. His current net worth exceeds $90 billion. […]

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Simple Quick Loan Guide

September 17, 2018
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Loans are borrowed sums of money that individuals use to purchase goods or services they cannot afford. Moreover, there are many different types of loans that are used for different reasons. The following paragraphs will cover four different types of loans that are known as personal installment loans, student loans, mortgage loans, and personal loans. […]

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How to Deal With Stress Caused by Your Debt

September 3, 2018
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There’s no doubting that debt can lead to a mountain of stress in your life, one that you wrack your brain trying to surmount every day. Just as you have to figure out where to look for affordable life insurance premiums, you also have to figure out how to deal with the stress triggered by […]

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How To Keep Your Student Debt Under Control While Still In College

August 23, 2018
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The last thing that many current college students are thinking about is still being in debt from their college days well into their 30’s. This is a reality for many people as college costs are astronomical in some cases along with certain careers not paying well. The best thing that can be done is to […]

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Tips on Getting Your Credit in Better Shape for a Large Future Purchase

July 22, 2018
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Have you been considering buying a new car? Maybe purchasing your first home? If so, there are a lot of angles to cover. While having enough money for a down payment is one of the biggest necessities for financing, it’s just part of the determining factor for approval. Lenders will look closely at your credit […]

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Can Debt Ruin Your Retirement Plans?

July 20, 2018
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Being a prosperous, capitalist country certainly has its downfalls. For one, a thriving economy and relatively lax restrictions on how businesses operate create grounds for the gullible to be tricked and the inexperienced to make poor choices. And second, people follow through in their demise. According to one study, more than 70 percent of people […]

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Five Hidden Ways You’re Wasting Money and How to Stop

June 6, 2018
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Spending money is often faster and easier than earning it — it’s one of the greatest annoyances that many people and families have to deal with. When the money is going faster than it’s coming in, it can be difficult to determine what’s going on and why it’s happening. Luckily, there are quite a few […]

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Important Financial Concepts to Teach Kids

April 10, 2018
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Teaching kids about personal finance is one of the best gifts that you can pass on to your children. Most kids learn very little about how to manage money when they go to school, yet this is one of the most important skills that they can learn. If they learn well, the can avoid much […]

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What You Can Learn About Personal Finance From the Business Sector

April 5, 2018
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While there are vast differences in many areas between business and personal finances, the basic tenets are the same. Make more than you spend and pay as little as possible for goods and services you need. Aside from these basics, there are other things you can learn from a successful business. Borrowing Money To get […]

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Your Child Got Accepted to College—Now It’s Time to Plan

March 28, 2018
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The idea of going off to college is a goal of many young people in the United States. Tertiary education offers the potential for greater job prospects, as well as life-changing experiences. For this reason, about 70 percent of high school graduates go on to college. This is an opportunity most parents hope to provide […]

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The Power of Interactive Brokers

March 19, 2018
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The gray cubicle can be a depressing place to end up if you are looking for a good job out of college. When you put all that time into education you expect to have a good opportunity when you get out of college. But what you get is a chance to stare at spreadsheets and […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Personal Loans

March 10, 2018
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Did you know that Australia’s personal debt is reported as the highest in the world, with the average household owning $250,000? This shocking statistic reported by the Finder highlights how popular personal loans are in Australia; but what exactly are personal loans? They are a type of loan that you can borrow from a bank, […]

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How to Enjoy Happy Holidays and Still Save Up For New Year

November 29, 2017
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“Do not save what remains after spending; spend that which is left after saving.” – Warren Buffet It is that time of the year once again; the world is witnessing holiday after holiday and enjoying celebration after celebration. With schools closing and shops being kind because of the festive season, life cannot get any juicier. […]

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3 Investment Alternatives for Those Who Don’t Want to Dabble in Trading

November 5, 2017
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After the financial fallout in 2008 where around $2.4 trillion was lost in pensions alone, it seemed for a while that these funds have recovered. The sad news is that many of them didn’t and those who were set to retire within a year or two faced a tough financial period. The result? Large portions of […]

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What to do when your preferred home seems financially unattainable

October 24, 2017
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Already have your eyes set on buying your dream home on an ideal suburb and frustrated because home prices just keep on rising? It’s becoming more common for people to watch their savings grow, accumulating a big part for their home purchase a deposit, only to find that the local property prices have suddenly risen […]

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Discover 5 Easy Hacks for Holiday Shopping

October 9, 2017
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Holiday shopping is always characterized as being a blend of lighthearted fun and expensive stress! If you want to focus on the fun of buying thoughtful gifts for others, and leave the stress and financial issues behind, you will definitely benefit from discovering our 5 easy hacks for holiday shopping. While you’ll still need to […]

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What Should You Do after the Massive Equifax Security Breach?

September 12, 2017
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Over 143 million Americans had their addresses, Social Security numbers, and more information exposed in a major breach of Equifax’s systems. What should you do if you think you were affected by it? What is the government going to do? We’ll explore this and more below. Keep a Close Eye on Your Finances For many consumers, […]

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Charged with arson in California – what does it mean?

September 12, 2017
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It stands to reason that if you deliberately start a fire in California, you could be charged with arson. But, you may not realize that you can still be charged, even if the fire was not started deliberately. There are two separate crimes of arson in the state. Wilful and malicious setting of a fire […]

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What are the pros and cons of a plea bargain?

September 11, 2017
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If you are new to the criminal justice system, there can be many terms and processes that you do not fully understand. This can include aspects such as knowing how bail bonds work, and understanding court processes, such as arraignment. One of the most common features of the justice system is plea bargaining. Around 90% […]

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Assaulted at work – can you make a claim?

September 11, 2017
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Being assaulted at work is not just an issue in terms of your health; you can end up losing out financially; especially if you have to take time off as a result. But, there is something you can do, to help you out of a difficult situation. If you live in California, you may be […]

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