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5 Quick Ways to Build Your Emergency Fund

Living in a paycheck-to-paycheck cycle, even when you’ve got some extra money at the end of it, is stressful. One unexpected bill and your carefully planned budget falls apart.

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4 Ways to Save on Your Heating Bill This Winter

Heating your home during the winter can take a toll on your finances. The increased energy use that’s required to keep your home’s interior cozy and comfortable could make your utility expenses much more than other times of the year.

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How to Declutter Your Life of Top Unnecessary Expenses

One of the most significant challenges in managing personal finances is finding ways of spending less money—and one of the most effective ways of achieving this is eliminating unnecessary expenses.

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What Homeowners Should Know About Trust Litigation

As a homeowner, there are many things you do to take care of your home, maintain its value, and plan for future.


A New Business Owner’s Guide to State-Funded Workers’ Comp Insurance

In the U.S., businesses are not legally obligated to carry most forms of business insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance, however, is an exception to the rule.


5 Things You Must Learn Before You Start Investing

If you’re interested in investing and aren’t sure where to start. There are a few things you should know.

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4 Money Making Ideas for College Students

While a few people get their flair for entrepreneurship much earlier in life, the drive to make money often kicks in at full throttle during college. This may be born out of the need to financially support themselves through school, be able to buy their first used car, or just be able to make money.

Tax Tips

How to Ensure Tax Debt Relief in 2021

Every year folks have to pay taxes, and every so often there are particularly challenging years that make the tax season even more of a headache.


What To Know Before Renting Your First Apartment

It’s an unpredictable time to learn how to adult. Colleges don’t know if they should open or close, industries are changing fast, and the world is semifrozen.


How to Save on Home and Disaster Insurance

Natural and man-made disasters are unfortunately a fact of life, and homeowners especially need to be prepared for emergencies.


Information Regarding the Cost to Start a Gold IRA

In the world of investment, any kind of item you go for will entail having some capital, or start-up money. In the metal investment IRA series, this is also the case.

Retirement Planning

Prepping for Your Future: How to Plan for Retirement

Did you know that the average person will be retired for 20 years? That means that you need to have enough savings to provide you with 20 years worth of income.

Money Management

7 Finance Tips Every Young Adult Should Live By

As a young adult, now is the time to get serious about your finances. You shouldn’t wait to be smart about your money just because you’re still young. You won’t be young forever.


The 7 Best Budgeting Apps to Try

Most of us have experienced some hard financial times this year due to crazy happenings outside of our realm of control. COVID 19 has caused layoffs, temporary shutdowns, and even business closures across the country.


How Investors Define a Bull or a Bear Market

Investing is a means of building wealth and saving for retirement. Yet people have very different investing styles.