Personal Finance

John Hancock Redefines Manager of Managers

November 19, 2014

Let’s be honest with ourselves, none of us are experts at everything.  That is why we rely on others to help us with the things that we don’t excel at.  This is how all of us should think about our investments.  You wouldn’t want to invest in a bond fund that is being run by […]

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Buying Groceries: 6 Unique Ways To Save

November 18, 2014
Couponing

It’s no secret that grocery bills can get expensive, especially when you have a lot of mouths to feed. If you’re diligent about it, grocery shopping doesn’t have to break the bank, and you don’t even have to worry about coupon cutting. Check out these six other unique ways to save on groceries. Earn Points […]

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How to Repurpose Your Old Drapes

November 17, 2014
How to Repurpose Drapes

If you have little kids, you know that you can never have enough crafting materials on hand for fun and creative projects. And if you’re on a tight budget, you probably think twice before buying all the new, trendy crafting supplies. But timing could be on your side if it’s time to replace those old […]

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Most Working Households Don’t Meet Retirement Savings Requirements

October 31, 2014
Retirement

It’s no secret: Americans are not good at saving money. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about emergency funds, retirement accounts, or even just keeping a piggy bank on the dresser; the majority of Americans have grossly underfunded their accounts. The reasons why vary from they just don’t know better to they don’t make […]

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Pay When You Profit, Not When You Invest

October 27, 2014
Zercatto

Investment is handled completely the wrong way in the finance industry. Think about it for a second: you pay management fees to a financial advisor to provide you with expert advice, and they get paid whether they’ve helped you to make a profit or a loss. When it’s their advice that’s led to you losing […]

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Budget Holiday Road Trip: Save on Gas With These Tips

October 20, 2014
Budget Holiday Road Trip

With the holidays right around the corner, travel planning is in full swing. Since volatile airline ticket pricing has made plane tickets for your family of five to visit Grandma way out of your budget, you’ve decided to hit the road and make the big drive instead. Spending more on gifts from Santa instead of […]

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Six Tips to Help You Save Money on Your Utility Bills

October 7, 2014
Utility Bill

Electric bills can be huge in the summer and the winter, water bills are excessive when you have to water the lawn and you can pretty much always count on a high cable bill. That’s the bad news. The good news is there are ways to bring all of your utility bills down. Here are […]

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