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This post is from guest author Jesse Johnson. From rising gas prices to outrageous costs for repairs and regular maintenance, owning a car is expensive. Over time, car insurance can be one of the largest expenses you may never actually use. Many people pay too much for coverage they don’t need, and they don’t understand […]
The following post is from guest author Jesse Johnson As higher education becomes increasingly important to job prospects, more and more people are racking up student loan debt. In the U.S., 44 million borrowers owe more than 1.4 trillion in student loans with an average graduate in their 20s walking away with more than $22,000 […]
This post is from guest author Benjamin Steele. Find him on Twitter @BennyJamminS. If owning a luxury car is a life goal of yours, affording it may seem a long way off, given your current salary. Even looking ahead with a five-year plan, after a few raises, giving you time to get settled into your […]
A lot of advice on savings focuses on little, day-to-day things: Making your own coffee instead of buying Starbucks; buying generic instead of brand-name; eating out less; and occasionally biking instead of taking the car. That’s fine, and it can help trim the fat from your budget. But for real savings, it’s often necessary to […]
With the country sunk in recession and the value of the dollar in a sorry state, it’s more important than ever to budget your money wisely. You work hard and you want to play hard, too, but there’s a time for frivolity and a time for fiscal responsibility, and an economy rife with cutbacks, layoffs, […]
In our materialistic society today, young adults are more than ever obsessed with high fashioned clothing, designer accessories and glorified musical interests. From sporting events, to bar hoping, to food binges, to concerts; our younger generation is spending money they don’t have. Whether it is their parents money they are using, or credit cards they […]
Avoid the treadmill of earning and spending just to keep up with your neighbors.
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