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Tom Sharp3 days ago
How to Gain Control of Your Finances
In this day and age, more and more people seem to be slipping into debt without any real idea of how they can take control of their money and take steps towards financial freedom. Taking the time to m...
Managing Your Digital Marketing Company's Finances
Marketing management involves creating a qualitatively new mindset based on market volatility and constant readiness to do so. In this case, the company enters a qualitatively new state. It stops look...
Popular -BIZa month ago
Get Paid to Save!
This is exactly how to get paid to save. Now heads up! All these banks are free, and can hold their own when it comes to FDIC insurance. So rest assured, they are legit and very safe. Now just to clar...
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Kevin a month ago
Leasing vs Buying: Which Should You Choose?
When looking to acquire property such as a vehicle or a real estate property, you will need to determine whether or not you want to buy or lease it. There are advantages and disadvantages to buying an...
Tanya Mayer2 months ago
Tips to Avoid Having Your Home Loan Application Rejected
Applying for a home loan is the most significant financial decision most people will undertake in their life, and it can be tricky for those applying for the first time. We have put together some advi...
Isaiah Goodman2 months ago
Becoming Protected
Imagine if there was a type of investment account that you could save money into before taxes, it grew without taxes, and you could take the money out without taxes. Does such a thing really exist? Gu...
Aly Ledene3 months ago
Why You Should Invest in Retirement If You’re Under 30
I am 28 years old, and through an impulse to buy Canadian marijuana stocks I got into investing. Since I made the leap from employee to entrepreneur, I don’t contribute to a pension or employer retire...
Kink Journals3 months ago
Money, Money, Money!
I've brought this over from my old blog. I'm going to add some updates throughout, as things have changed again. Today I’m going to talk about something a little different. It is well known that I am ...
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Mikkie Mills3 months ago
5 Ways to Secure Your Financial Safety While in College
College is an extremely stressful time of life and the last thing you are probably thinking about is your financial future. You may just need to make it to the next paycheck, so you can pay your rent ...
Ossiana Tepfenhart5 months ago
How Much Should You Save for an Emergency Fund?
It's a common fact that most Americans live paycheck to paycheck. A single disaster, like the very recent government shutdown, would be enough to make most Americans face very serious consequences in ...
Morgan E. Westling6 months ago
10 Must Read Finance Books for Beginners
Finance books for beginners are a great resource for anyone looking to gain financial independence, save money, learn about the stock market, or overall, just feel more confident around money. A finan...
Skunk Uzeki6 months ago
How to Prepare for a Depression
The Great Depression was one of the worst times for Americans—rich or poor. When the stock market plunged, prices shot down and the job market got chopped up into tiny pieces. People ran out of money,...
Cato Conroy7 months ago
11 Ways You Will Be Hit by a Recession
When I was first out of college, I found myself in the middle of the Great Recession. Jobs were scarce, college grads struggled, and dropouts like myself found themselves cornered. It was a brutal tim...
Patty Ramsen9 months ago
What to Look for in a Financial Advisor
If the words "personal finance" give you a headache, you're not alone. But the process of finding an honest person who can help you with your financial planning is even more stressful—especially if yo...
How to Report Investment Fraud
One of the most notorious investment fraud scandals involves Bernie Madoff, his 4,800 clients, and $64.8 billion. We all know that investing is the smart thing to do with money that’s just sitting aro...
Fred Eugene Park9 months ago
10 Signs of Investment Fraud Everyone Should Know
In an age where we are less than a decade removed from a global financial crisis that crippled the assets of a whole generation of people and businesses, there is a great deal of skepticism that many ...
Iggy Paulsen10 months ago
10 Ways to Reduce the Chances of Being Victimized by Investment Fraud
When Bernie Madoff, one of the founders of NASDAQ, was caught defrauding high net worth investors of over $60 billion, the world went into shock. It was the most prolific case of investment fraud ever...
Skunk Uzeki10 months ago
Why You Should Retire Early & How to Do It
In the United States, the average retirement age is 63—two full years before the full benefits of Social Security kick in. Technically, this means that the average retirement is an early one. However,...