Degrees of Spending

by News Guy on July 22, 2014

Education is a key influencer of consumer behavior that often reveals interesting patterns in the different ways Americans spend their money. Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, discover how your spending likely compares to others using the visualization below. There is a very informative infographic available with an interactive look at spending […]


Money Saving Tips for Seniors

July 16, 2014

While you will find that many of the same money management tips and tricks that you used before you were in your senior years will still work – they don’t magically disappear or stop being effective – you will discover quite a few new ways that you can save money, as well! Here are some […]

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5 Unhealthy Money Beliefs That Sabotage Your Financial Success

July 15, 2014

Needless to say, your psychology about money greatly impacts your financial success. Finance experts emphasize the importance of having the right financial mindset to manage your spending and be able to pay off debt, set a substantial emergency fund, or saving for retirement. Here are five of the most common beliefs about money that are […]

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How to Save Money on Prescriptions

July 2, 2014

One of the biggest expenses that people face is the cost of prescription medications. When you or a family member is sick, you need to take the drugs to get healthy again, but sometimes the cost of the drugs can put a huge financial burden on you. Here are some quick tips that you can […]

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Why a STEM Degree Is Generally a Better Choice than a Liberal Arts Degree

June 24, 2014

Many of us have a particular subject we love. It might be philosophy, history, or perhaps sociology. It’s tempting to major in these subjects in college, and sometimes doing so is the right choice. Still, getting a job with a degree in philosophy, history or with any other “liberal arts” degree can be difficult in […]

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The “Lucky Seven” Survival Tips for Recent Grads

June 17, 2014

Once upon a time, when college students graduated they felt like the world was in front of them. The unemployment rate was low, college trained workers were in high demand, wages were gradually rising, and life was good. These days, many college graduates are struggling to land good jobs and manage their finances after graduating. […]

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Charts 101: Learning to Read Candlestick Stock Charts

June 10, 2014

The candlestick chart may well be the most useful chart for any investor. Once you get the hang of them, these charts are very easy to read. Best of all, they provide tons of information in a very small amount of space. By quickly glancing over candlestick charts, trained investors can glean huge amounts of […]

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