personal finances
Prepaid Debit Card or Secured Credit Card: Which is Best For You?
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A 2014 survey by the Pew Charitable Trust found that 5 percent of American adults use prepaid cards—that’s roughly 12 million people! For the record, these aren’t gift cards that we’re talking about. In the Pew survey, “prepaid card” refers...

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The 5 Best Business Checking Accounts in 2021
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Starting a business is an opportunity to be your own boss, make money and grow your skill set. There are also the not-so-great, somewhat messy and complicated parts about operating a business. If you start off solo or small, you’ll be tackling a lot of tasks yourself. But don’t worry. In this article, we’re going […]

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How To Deal With Your Creditors. David Style!
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By applying these 5 principals to my life I was able to deal with my creditors, similar to how David dealt with Goliath. Here's how to be victorious as well

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3 Reasons Not to Fear the Biden Tax Hikes
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A lot of people are getting all worked up over President Biden's plan to raise taxes. Here are some reasons to chill.
Bernanke Has Refinanced His Mortgage Twice in the Past Two Years
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When deciding whether you should refinance your mortgage, you may look to your friends, family, and neighbors to see what they’re doing and/or to get advice. After all, if they’re refinancing, maybe there’s something to it. But when it comes to financial advice, it doesn’t get much better than the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, [&hellip

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How to Choose a Teen Checking Account | The Simple Dollar
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For many teens, learning about algebra and geometry is more common then learning to manage one’s personal finances. Perhaps it’s an unfortunate oversight in our education system, or maybe it’s just not a priority when there are so many other subjects to be taught in school. Whatever the reason, personal finance experts say one of the best ways for […]
Pros & Cons of Refinancing Your Home Mortgage Loan
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Considering refinancing your home mortgage? There are a number of benefits to refinancing - however, it's not without downsides. Learn more here.
Where Americans Are Most and Least Financially Literate – 2021 Edition
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Individuals with higher levels of financial literacy tend to adhere to better financial practices – such as having an emergency fund and planning for retirement – and are also more likely to build wealth further by investing in the stock market. Many Americans, however, lack financial … Continue reading →

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Tips for Recovering Financially After Divorce
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If life was a fairy tale, every marriage would last ‘until death’. Couples would spend their lives sharing not only love but co-depending on all matters including finances. Unfortunately, the reality is sometimes not kind and some marriages end up in divorce. This new phase leaves some spouses unscathed while others are left with massive […]

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How to Apply for a Credit Card
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Credit cards can be a convenient way to pay for your daily transactions, cover larger expenses, or manage monthly subscription payments. However, if you’ve never applied for a credit card before, the process can seem a little daunting. You might...

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