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  • Older people tend to think their lives really began at age 25, but recent college grads might feel like it’s the beginning of the end. That’s not surprising, considering the financial hardship that can come along with paying for a college education. It’s not just college, however — there are a number of other factors […]

  • The topic of healthcare in the United States has been a hot debate in recent years. With the introduction of the Affordable Care Act and the government’s own healthcare marketplace, U.S. citizens from all corners of the nation are scrambling to make sure they have the proper insurance. However, act too quickly and you might […]

  • In 1916, Jeannette Rankin was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, a full four years before all women were given the right to vote. Even though we were given equal rights when it comes to voting in 1920, mostly thanks to the work done by Representative Rankin and the Women’s Suffrage Movement, we’ve been […]

  • It’s a no-brainer, right? Buying in bulk saves you money. It’s true… some of the time. Warehouse stores offer some great deals. Groceries stores have been selling scoop-your-own foods in bulk sections for years. Now many are also adding bulk aisles. While there are reasons to take advantage of these prices, there are also reasons […]

  • When you live paycheck to paycheck, it feels impossible to save any money. Forget a rainy day fund: Rainy days seem to appear out of nowhere to take your money. However, you can do little things that will make a big impact on your ability to save money. All it takes is patience, ingenuity and […]

  • Vacations are usually an incredible expense for families. Most people save all year in order to take one trip, so there’s a lot of pressure to make it count! With a little planning and some compromises, you can actually make paying for your trip a lot less stressful. Choose Your Timing Everything about a vacation […]

  • Millions of people are in debt every day. Being in debt is a constant struggle, and often people feel helpless and clueless as to what steps to take. These people eventually find out about Dave Ramsey and his seven-step plan to pay off debt. While it has helped many people climb out of the hole, […]

  • No matter what you majored in or where you studied, your university probably didn’t teach you one essential subject: how to pay off all those student loans. Having more money is obviously the most useful way to help get rid of student debt, but that’s not that realistic when you’re just beginning your career. The […]

  • When you live paycheck to paycheck, it feels impossible to save any money. Forget a rainy day fund: Rainy days seem to appear out of nowhere to take your money. However, you can do little things that will make a big impact on your ability to save money. All it takes is patience, ingenuity and […]

  • With Memorial Day weekend behind us, the unofficial start of summer has begun. Naturally, you’re probably considering where you can go explore over these months of sun and heat, but you don’t have a large budget to work with. While a European holiday might be out of the question this time around, there are still […]

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