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Spring is the time when many people start thinking about purging clutter — that sounds good to us. We suggest expanding that purge to reducing your paperwork, trimming your expenses, and boosting your savings. Sound overwhelming? Don’t worry, we’re here to help. Cut Spending If it wasn’t one of your New Year’s resolutions, now isRead More >>
Tax day can be a dreaded date on the calendar for a lot Americans. Heck, even the post office feels sorry for us. Why else are they willing to keep their doors open late just to help postmark our tax return in time? To make your tax day easier, we’ve compiled a list of things you needRead More >>
Everyone needs to save for the unexpected. When you have nothing in reserve, anything unexpected becomes an emergency that has to go on a credit card. It could be a job loss or medical bill — or something as small as a car repair or a lost phone. A financial buffer can keep you afloat in a timeRead More >>
Buying a home is a huge milestone on the way to achieving the American Dream, but when you’re under 30, is it always a good idea? Most people view home ownership at any age to be a reflection of financial stability and a wise investment. When you’re under 30, it’s especially admirable and a prettyRead More >>
Everybody looks forward to payday, but when you’re living paycheck to paycheck, it can’t come fast enough. How many times can you squeak by eating pasta for dinner and praying your landlord waits an extra day to cash that check before you figure out that there must be a better way? It may not beRead More >>
You might have pumpkins on your porch, but it’s already time to make room for the year-end holidays in your budget. “I was at Costco the other day, and I already saw Christmas trees, [so] we need to be thinking about it right now,” says Nick Givogri, a California-based regional executive for investment service Merrill Edge.Read More >>