At the end of the month, do you often find yourself with a lot less money than you expected? Do you have a hard time determining exactly what you spent your
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While the name may be amusing the reality of zombie debt is anything but funny. Zombie debt is old debt that has been written off years ago, only to be sold to
Car ownership is necessary for many of us to get around, especially for those who live far from public transportation. While you may choose to drive something
Giving money to philanthropic causes is important to many of us. Year end giving in particular is popular with both donors and charitable organizations. The
It seems like we’ve been conditioned to shop since birth. While an occasional splurge is nothing to get worked up about, we’ve become incredibly wasteful in
If you have a child graduating from high school or college and entering the workforce, they may have the opportunity to open up a 401(k) through their new
Here are the answers to some of the most common investment questions you’ve always wanted to ask.
1. When should I start investing?
When you have the means to
The goal for your saving plan is up to you. Some people enjoy travel or the latest electronics. Others may save for school or a home purchase. While there are a
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