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How to Celebrate the 4th of July

The 4th of July, also known as Independence Day, is one of several holidays throughout the years that Americans of every background, creed and ethnicity can celebrate.

Consumer Tips Featured

How to Get a Bargain at Flea Markets

Flea markets are found across the country, allowing merchants to shop their wares and making it possible for consumers to find bargains. You’re likely to find good prices at most flea markets, but even those prices are subject to negotiation.

Consumer Tips Featured

How to Shop For a Deal at a Pawn Shop

Pawn shops have a seedy reputation, one that isn’t entirely deserved. These shops have been used to fence stolen goods and they aren’t always regulated as strongly as traditional retail shops.

Career Planning Featured

The Most Effective Ways You Can Earn More Money Doing What You Love

Whether you are currently working in business, finance retail or even in law or the culinary arts, there are many different ways to go about earning more money altogether while still doing what you love each day for work.

Debt Management Featured

Loan Consolidation Tips and Tricks

If you have debt, including high interest rate credit cards, then you may be desiring to consolidate what you owe. Debt consolidation can involve multiple loans and save you money.

Credit Cards Featured

Bad Credit: No Problem Credit Cards

A credit score of under 550 has you in bad credit territory. Likely, you have a few dings on your record including a late payment, an overdrawn account or insufficient funds.

College Planning Featured

Back to school: How to Handle College Culture as an Adult

Knowing how to handle college culture as an adult may be difficult to some students, and can often lead to a poor performance in school as various pressure mount. It takes a lot of courage and determination to brave the college culture a first or second time around when you may feel more vulnerable in a new environment.

Featured Home Tips

How to Get and Stay Organized

After living in one place for several years, you have accumulated more stuff than you ever thought was possible. That is a natural progression for homeowners — you buy new items, but you are not as quick to get rid of what you have already owned.

Featured The Game of Life

6 Tips On How To Balance A Your Job, Family And Anxieties

It can be difficult for adults to have to take care managing their hectic jobs, anxieties, and family at the same time. This can cause a lot of pressure for the individual.

Featured Money Management

Staying In the Black: 5 Precautionary Measures to Avoid Financial Pitfalls

Financial matters affect everyone, and sometimes it can be difficult to find a simple approach to managing your finances. Over 160 million Americans own credit cards, and of the households that do have credit cards each one carries an average of $15,000 in debt.