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Make Your Savings Count by Investing in Mutual Funds

Tweet You can choose the right combination of options that represents your demands and needs. We invest to fulfil certain demands and needs for our everyday life which include comfort,

Consumer Tips Featured

Six Ways To Get That Pay Jump You’ve Always Wanted For A More Steady Income

Tweet For employees who are ready to finally earn a steady income, here are some tips that can be used to put yourself in the best possible position for a

Featured Insurance

Weekly Tip August 14: How to Keep Your Costs Low Following a Serious Car Accident

Tweet Fortunately, there are a number of ways to reduce the possibility of an increase in your insurance premium. In this article, we have curated a list of ways to

Budgeting Featured

How to Estimate Living Expenses: What You Need

Tweet Even if you stay in the same city and buy a new home, you may have a higher cost of living because of the added costs of paying insurance,

Featured Financial Planning

It is Your Responsibility to Take Charge of Your Finances

The biggest gift you can give yourself is to take 100 percent responsibility for your life and circumstances. Too often, people blame others for their circumstances. Money is no different. There is always someone to blame.

Career Development Featured

Two Simple Rules for a Smoother Work Transition

Tweet According to a Forbes article, “The average worker today stays at each of his or her jobs for 4.4 years, according to the most recent available data from the

Featured Insurance

What Happens To Your Family When You Don’t Have Life Insurance?

When you’re young and just getting started with your own career, a life insurance policy seems like one of those things that just doesn’t apply to you.

Featured Retirement

To Accept or Decline an Early Retirement Benefit Buyout?

Corporate downsizing has become a pretty common trend in the modern business world. Sadly, such strategies leave employees jobless with little or no cash to start over.

Featured Product Reviews

Weekly Tip July 31: The 7 Secrets to Donning the Best South Indian Jewelry

South Indian jewelry is considered the best jewelry and every Indian woman will be found wearing at least one of the golden jewelry in their lifetime. Whether it is worn as gold or with other precious metals, women generally look more stunning with the jewelry pieces.

Credit Repair Featured

Financial Credits: Working Towards Fixing Your Credit Score

Working towards fixing your financial credit score is a fantastic goal to start out the new year with. As I am sure you know, there are two parts to taking care of your credit.

Career Planning Featured

What’s a Wage Worth? The Pros and Cons of High and Low Paying Jobs

Too often, people base their career plans on an either/or assumption: high pay plus low satisfaction vs. low pay plus fulfilling work. People assume it’s got to be one or the other.

Featured Loans

How to Get a Loan With Bad Credit?

If you have bad credit, it might be hard for you to get a loan approved from bank or a money lender. This is because poor credit is an indication of the fact that you have defaulted payments on past and thus any bank will not be ready to risk their money.

Consumer Financing Featured

Should You Use Your Home’s Equity to Pay for College?

Tuition and fees for an in-state student at a public college or university average over $30,000 a year and for private schools, the total bill can be $60,000 or more. For many parents, the solution to making these payments lies in their home’s equity.

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Summer Money Saving Tips

You’ve waited for summer all year long, but if you haven’t budgeted for pool memberships and beach trips, don’t fret

Featured Retirement Planning

5 Retirement Saving Tips For When You’re in Your 40’s

Three out of four individuals are said to have a solid retirement saving plan by the time they hit their 40’s. They understand that they are getting to their peak years and they should employ the lessons they learned on long-range saving goals.