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What the Founding Fathers Said About Budgeting

This time of year, Americans look back to the beginnings of the country and honor those who sacrificed to make it happen. The Founding Fathers not only set the scene for a new nation, they also had cogent things to say about money and personal finances. Here are a few of their bits of advice: […]

What Do You Know About Stocks?

If you are beginning to think about investing some of your money in stocks to create a retirement cushion, but don’t have enough information about stocks to start, here’s a quick primer of the basics: Up front, understand that the stock market can be risky. Fortunes are made and broken every day and you have […]

Ways To Maximize Investment Earnings

It’s a sad statistic. Barely 8 percent of college students who responded to a survey regarding personal finance management could have received an A for doing it right. And in a 2014 survey among adults, only 18 percent showed top grade knowledge in personal finances. It isn’t all that hard. One financial expert and University […]

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Ways To Maximize Investment Earnings

It’s a sad statistic. Barely 8 percent of college students who responded to a survey regarding personal finance management could have received an A for doing it right. And in a 2014 survey among adults, only 18 percent showed top grade knowledge in personal finances. It isn’t all that hard. One financial expert and University […]

Slow And Steady Wins Savings Race

When you’re working on a significant financial goal such as buying a house, saving for retirement or trying to get old student loans off your plate, the progress can be discouragingly slow. Just don’t let it sidetrack you from the ultimate object. Researchers have discovered that the longer you pursue a goal, the farther away […]

Saving Shouldn’t Be Hard

Too many Americans fail to save enough money to meet emergencies and prepare for retirement. But it isn’t a matter of math, according to personal finance author, radio personality and money guru Dave Ramsey. It’s a matter of priorities. People start saving when future needs become more important than current wants. The problem is apparent. […]

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What the Founding Fathers Said About Budgeting

This time of year, Americans look back to the beginnings of the country and honor those who sacrificed to make it happen. The Founding Fathers not only set the scene for a new nation, they also had cogent things to say about money and personal finances. Here are a few of their bits of advice: […]

Ways To Maximize Investment Earnings

It’s a sad statistic. Barely 8 percent of college students who responded to a survey regarding personal finance management could have received an A for doing it right. And in a 2014 survey among adults, only 18 percent showed top grade knowledge in personal finances. It isn’t all that hard. One financial expert and University […]

Slow And Steady Wins Savings Race

When you’re working on a significant financial goal such as buying a house, saving for retirement or trying to get old student loans off your plate, the progress can be discouragingly slow. Just don’t let it sidetrack you from the ultimate object. Researchers have discovered that the longer you pursue a goal, the farther away […]