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When Being ‘On Your Own’ Has an Entirely Different Meaning: Personal Finance Lessons Learned from My Foster Care Days

Turning 18 is hard enough as it is. Figuring out who you’ll be or what you’ll do after high school, and how you’ll pay for everything that comes along with whatever those dreams may be – the first car that will get you back and forth to work, the college or technical school that will […]

Current asset market trends encourage long-term financial planning

The trends that the asset markets are displaying currently should motivate young investors to engage in long-term financial planning strategies. Corporate data indicates that the individual correlation of stocks have been rising over the last few months. In addition, robust demand for high-quality debt-based instruments that are considered "safe" has pushed yields in many bonds […]

Young people can benefit from awareness of current stock correlations

Young people who are looking to invest their money can benefit from knowing about the current trends surrounding the stock market, including the high correlations that are being displayed by many individual equities and the forces helping to drive this behavior. The correlation, or the extent to which different stocks move in tandem with each […]

Quick Cash Loans, the Good and Bad

Many times you may come across many unavoidable circumstances in life when you will require immediate money. The reason may be various like paying the hefty credit card bills, going for foreign holidays, arranging for grand wedding party, buying a new car, renovating your house and several other reasons. The personal loan will become the […]

Obama Pressures Colleges to Lower Tuition

Good news for future students. Obama is attempting to force colleges to reduce college tuition increases so that college remains affordable for everyone. In a speech Obama made on Friday in Michigan Obama announced that schools will also be held to new performance standards. If students can’t find jobs after college, future students that attend […]

Finding Buyers for Wholesale Deals

This is probably the most common question I get from beginner wholesalers. Not to worry, if you have a great wholesale deal you can get it sold quickly by following my advise. You can also always post a question on my blog to get an immediate answer from me if you have any wholesaling houses questions […]

5 Tax Planning Tips to Use Now

Only a fraction of people prepare as much as they should for tax season. I was burned last year by not saving enough money to pay in April. Jackson Hewitt has decided to give us a few tips so that we are all better prepared. Save more for retirement – By increasing retirement plan contributions, […]

3 Debt Tips from a Debt Collector

With the holiday shopping season well underway, the spirit of giving to family, friends and just causes comes with a high cost. According to creditcards.com, the total U.S. consumer debt stands at $2.43 trillion for 2011, and falling into debt during the holidays is a reality for many. In fact, the National Retail Federation found […]

Dividend ETFs attracting significant inflows

Dividend Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have been attracting substantial capital inflows as investor market volatility persists. The yields that are currently being generated by other market opportunities are driving investors to seek out these financial instruments, according to Risk Magazine. Pershing Securities, a New Jersey-based firm that offers structured financial instruments and and ETFs as […]

Americans believe that $150,000 a year would make them rich, Gallup poll says

A recent Gallup poll conducted between November 28 and December 1 revealed that the average amount of money that an American household would need to make in order to consider itself rich is $150,000. The poll asked people the following question: “just thinking about your own situation, how much money per year would you need […]