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Archives : Nov-2018

How To Save Money When You re’ Broke, Like Really Broke
30 Nov
6:38

How To Save Money When You re’ Broke, Like Really Broke

‘Broke’, is this the word that made you read this post? If you are perusing this blog then there is a good chance that you are teetering around the poverty line. In case you have been finding hard to make your ends meets for quite a while, then you must […]

ETFs vs. Mutual Funds: Which Should You Choose?
30 Nov
8:32

ETFs vs. Mutual Funds: Which Should You Choose?

Christy Rakoczy iStock One of the most commonly touted “rules” of investing is to diversify your assets. That means buying different kinds of assets so you aren’t investing too heavily in one company or in one industry. Rather than diversifying by manually buying stock shares in many different companies — […]

Average Bank Interest Rates
30 Nov
1:49
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy: A Beginner’s Guide
29 Nov
5:41

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy: A Beginner’s Guide

Yolander Prinzel iStock Reviewing the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2016 statistics gives a completely different perspective on the state of America’s farms than many non-farmers might initially have. We see that 506,001 farms, or 24.7% of the total number of U.S. farms, produced less than $150,000 in income in 2016. […]

Market Order vs. Limit Order: Here’s What to Use
28 Nov
4:09

Market Order vs. Limit Order: Here’s What to Use

Miranda Marquit When you start trading stocks, you’ll run into terms such as “market order” and “limit order.” Because trades happen with the help of a broker (online or otherwise), understanding how these types of orders work is important so you know what you’re getting into before you risk your […]

Here is to not letting a bad credit get in the way of your Christmas mood
28 Nov
3:50

Here is to not letting a bad credit get in the way of your Christmas mood

Have you decided that a personal loan is the best way to finance your holiday needs? If no, go ahead and weigh the options first. If yes, well, there might be one more hinderance- your bad credit record. How unfortunate can that be? Well, it is pretty unfortunate. Good news […]

How Payday Loans Work — And Why You Should Avoid Them
28 Nov
9:19

How Payday Loans Work — And Why You Should Avoid Them

Taylor Gordon iStock You’ve probably heard that payday loans are bad news. There are plenty of reasons for the stigma surrounding this product. Filling in financial gaps with payday loans can lead to a vicious debt cycle. According to a report released by Pew, the average borrower who takes out […]

5 Holiday Nightmares that Can Break the Bank
28 Nov
2:38

5 Holiday Nightmares that Can Break the Bank

Alaya Linton iStock It’s the most wonderful time of the year — weeks of hustle and bustle, spending time with friends and family, giving and receiving, and eating to your heart’s content. What can go wrong? Well, a lot, actually. The holiday season is not only an opportune time for […]

Pull the Plug: Divorce before December 31st or pay Huge Tax Bills!
27 Nov
7:29

Pull the Plug: Divorce before December 31st or pay Huge Tax Bills!

Are you planning to leave the love of your life behind? Do you want to be ‘Happily Unmarried’ once again? Hey, divorce is not that bad! You get an alimony tax deduction…Not anymore! Alimony is a system where two people make a mistake and one of them keeps paying for […]

9 Pros and Cons of Refinancing Student Loans
27 Nov
6:21

9 Pros and Cons of Refinancing Student Loans

Rebecca Safier When faced with any big decision in life, it can help to write a list of the benefits and drawbacks for each option. This same strategy is useful if you’re considering the pros and cons of refinancing student loans. Refinancing can have some upsides, including saving you money […]