Top 3 Incredibly Easy Ways To Save Money Shopping Online

News flash – I’m super cheap. I guess that it comes with the territory of being a personal finance blogger. I’m always on the hunt for ways to save money shopping online. I end up stalking brands and items I’m looking to buy online, looking for the best deal. I often have buyer’s remorse especially […]

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Is It Ever Okay To Negotiate On Rental Prices?

When it comes to renting an apartment, most people are happy to accept the list price, which has been good news for landlords over the past six years or so thanks to the US housing boom. But, is it every okay to negotiate on rental prices? However, several analysts suggest that the market is cooling […]

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Three Solutions to Save Our Savings – Empire of the Fund

The following is a guest post is by Professor William Birdthistle, author of the new book, “Empire of the Fund: The Way We Save Now“. You can find out more about Professor Birdthisle and his book at EmpireOfTheFund.com. Empire of the Fund is an examination of the way we save now.  For a video précis of the […]

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Teaching Kids About Money – What Parents Need To Know

Did you know that only five states in the U.S. (Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia) currently have requirements for financial literacy classes at the high school level? I’m not a big fan of the current teaching financial literacy and personal finance in public schools. Parents need to be teaching kids about money – not […]

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20 Up-and-Comers to Watch in the Stockbroking Industry

Stockbroking involves the buying and selling of stocks and other securities for both institutional and retail clients. Over the years the brokerage industry has advanced since brokers not only compete by relationship, service and price, they also compete regarding commission and the quality of duty. There are many companies at the top of the brokerage […]

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What Financial Health Means to Me – Learning from My Parents’ Mistakes

We all want a better life for our children. That’s the true American dream. It’s actually the dream of parents all over the world. That’s what financial health truly means. When I was deployed to Iraq while serving in the Army, I saw that sentiment play out there as well. Every Iraqi that I talked […]

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