November 2014

Finance News Wrap Up: Top Stories in Jobs and Money

November 27, 2014

The Part-Time Economic Crisis in America Millions upon millions of Americans are currently part of the part-time economic crisis. These individuals are unable to find full-time employment opportunities; therefore, they are forced to obtain one, two, or even three part-time positions in order to make ends meet. In some instances, these individuals are still struggling […]

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Student Loan Forgiveness Proposals on Wall Street

November 19, 2014

  Student loan forgiveness proposals on Wall Street When it comes to student loan forgiveness, options can leave the already stressed out borrower confused–sometimes with dash of nausea and a sprinkle of panic. Here is what is important to remember, the blame game get’s us nowhere. Chances are, if you worked to get a college […]

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3 Things You Should Know about Saving Money on Renters Insurance

November 13, 2014

3 Things You Should Know about Saving Money on Renters Insurance If you sublet a home from an individual or a company, renters insurance is an absolute must. All too often, those that rent a home fail to realize that insurance coverage is an imperative step to protecting personal property. While it is true that […]

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5 Financial Tips for Single Parents

November 6, 2014

5 Financial Tips for Single Parents According to statistics, single parents face numerous complications with personal finance. Approximately 13 million households within the United States consist of one parent. A balanced financial strategy must be developed and followed in order to meet the financial and the emotional-based demands associated with such households. Unfortunately, most single […]

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