Personal Finance

It’s The Little Things That Matter

June 5, 2017

The advice not to sweat the small stuff may be a great way to find your Zen, but it’s a quick way to find yourself in debt when it comes to the simple financial decisions you make every day. We’ve all heard of the unassuming butterfly, whose flapping wings have the power to create hurricanes […]

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Tax Breaks That Make Your Pursuit for a Higher Degree More Affordable

June 2, 2017

Pursuing a master’s degree – or higher education in general – is among the best investments you can make today. The market is growing at a sustainable rate, so you will be greeted by plenty of job opportunities by the time you finish. However, higher education is often expensive and beyond reach. There are several […]

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3 Ways to Make an Extra $1,000 Each Month

May 26, 2017
Make an Extra $1,000

Overabundance, convenience, and non-stop entertainment have come to dominate our society especially within the past decade. Technology has enabled many projects that were not previously possible. With this change has come a shift of the producers and consumers of the world. These two groups of people, once clearly delineated, have since become hopelessly intertwined. Two […]

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Top Personal Finance Apps for Millennials

May 22, 2017
Personal Finance Apps for Millennials

Millennials are often stereotyped for our technological vices. However, there are many productive ways apps and technology can make things better. Specifically in the areas of financial literacy, money management, and shopping. Here are a few game-changing apps. Financial Literacy Finimize: This app brands itself as “making finance accessible for our generation,” and I most definitely […]

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5 Things You Can Do to Increase Your Vehicle’s MPG

May 19, 2017

Americans consumed around 143 billion gallons of gas in 2016, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, adding to the constant emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. However, you don’t have to drive an electric or hybrid vehicle to save money on gas (although this may be a good option). Instead, help to increase […]

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Signs You Should Refinance Your Student Loans

May 17, 2017
refinance student loans

Student loans are the result of an investment you make in yourself — education. So now that you’re well-educated, you might want to look at how your student loans are affecting your total financial picture. From choosing a job to budgeting to saving for your future, your student loans play a central role in all […]

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5 Ways to Save More Money

May 5, 2017
save more money

Sometimes it feels like saving any more money than you are doing currently is going to be impossible. Yet, you are probably not saving enough money every month in order to plan for a comfortable retirement. Let me share with you a couple of numbers first: The average saving rate in the US is around […]

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