Tips

Tax Tips for the Unemployed

March 8, 2015

There are several tax tips available for those that are unemployed. If you find yourself in a position where you lose your job, you likely know that it is possible to receive unemployment benefits from the Federal Government. The cash assistance that you may receive will assist in providing you with a small portion of […]

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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 Much Does Your Car Cost per Month?

November 29, 2011

Do you know how much it costs to get around every month? Most people don’t. There are several factors that contribute to the cost of driving, including gasoline expenses, car payments, maintenance costs and car insurance. Here’s how to figure out how much you’re really spending on monthly car costs. Cost of your car – […]

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Holiday Shopping and Entertainment Ideas from All You Magazine

December 11, 2010

With the holidays around the corner, ALL YOU magazine has two issues on newsstands at Walmart stores nationwide — our December issue contains a 10-Step Savings Guide on how to save at the holidays and beyond including how to use social networks to snatch exclusive deals, compare portals for lucrative cash-back offers and smartphone apps […]

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7 Bad Habits That Can Send You into Bankruptcy

September 17, 2010

(Guest post by BillShrink.com) In the first half of 2010, personal bankruptcy filings in the U.S. totaled 770,000+ people.  And, from June 2009 and June 2010, an astonishing 1.5 million bankruptcy cases were processed, a 20% rise from the previous year. Filing for bankruptcy is a difficult, emotionally draining process and a financial outcome that you should […]

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Unplug Your Computer Energy Costs

September 6, 2010

(via FreeShipping.org) Computer energy use is the secret culprit behind outrageous electric bills at almost any modern home or business office. Most computers waste nearly half the power they draw, putting a strain on cooling fans and your wallet without doing diddly for applications. In 2004 alone, U.S. companies tossed $1 billion with lackadaisical computer-energy […]

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Top 5 Financial Tips for a New Breed of Credit Card Smart College Students

September 2, 2010

New York, NY (PRWEB) – It’s time to head back to college, so pack your trunk with some credit card tips that could be some of the best lessons you ever learn. Debt is a four letter word that can have long lasting adverse effects for college students and their families – well beyond graduation. […]

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