Why You Should Use Your Credit Card

Still not sure on how you should use your credit card? When is it too much and when is it completely ok? It’s completely fine if you use your credit card for anything under the sun (or under the roofs of your precious mall). As long as you’re paying your monthly debt on time, there’s no […]

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Is Going to College Worth It Anymore?

According to a 2014 study on the value of college from the Pew Research Center, college graduates are outpacing their peers in “virtually every measure of economic well-being and career attainment.” This includes average annual income for full-time employment, poverty and unemployment rates, and job satisfaction. For example, when study participants were asked if they […]

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How To Protect Your Job From Robots Stealing It With Automation

How can you protect your job from robots stealing it with technology and workforce automation? It may take you learning new skills in order to help you protect your job and career. Stephen Hawking once said, “Success in creating artificial intelligence would be the biggest event in human history…unfortunately it might also be the last.” […]

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Why Scotland Is Far Ahead in Debt Consolidations

There comes a time when money troubles affect all of us, but unfortunately it can all too quickly spiral out of control if you’re not careful. If you have more than one credit card or several different loan agreements in place then keeping track of everything can fast become a nightmare, leaving people wondering how […]

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Top 7 Practical Alternatives to Giving Grads Monetary Gifts

School graduations are celebrated at many different levels (even kindergarten nowadays). But, there’s only one thing many people tend to rely on for graduation gift giving: money. Sure, most kids and college students love seeing cash flutter out of their congratulatory cards. But, cash is not a great gift, especially when there are more ideas for […]

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How Realistic Is The Cash Only Lifestyle?

The following is a guest post by Steve Repak, CFP™. Steve is the author of “6 Week Money Challenge For Your Personal Finances“, a simple, step-by-step program founded on biblical principles paired with a CFP®’s understanding of modern wealth-management strategies. How realistic is the cash only lifestyle? If you are in debt, you have probably […]

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