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Net Worth Update: September 2016 (The End of an Era) [Poorer Than You]

by Stephanie on October 4, 2016

I had been a “20-something personal finance blogger,” starting with the day I dropped out of film school at age 20 and started this blog, up until now… this will be my very first update as a “. […]

#AskFAFSA – Financial Aid Twitter Chat [Poorer Than You]

by Stephanie on September 28, 2016

Got burning questions about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? You’re in luck! The knowledgeable folks that work at the Department of Education do a #AskFAFSA Office Hours on the. […]

14 Common Misconceptions About Spread Betting [Spilling Buckets Personal Finance]

by Ryan on July 14, 2016

Over the course of this decade, the concept of spread betting has caught on among financial traders around the world. That said, this potentially lucrative method of financial trading is often shroude. […]

Food service providers [CollegeFinance101.com]

by Carrie2020 on May 12, 2016

Why have food service providers taken an important role in our society? In the present times, there are many governmental and non-governmental entities that rely on food services. Perhaps, the main re. […]

Best home security companies [CollegeFinance101.com]

by Carrie2020 on May 9, 2016

Home security companies are those business enterprises which specialize in protecting your home against burglars. Many of these companies operate as service providers and will do all in their capacity. […]

An Updated Introduction To Picking Out Central Factors Of Investments [This Writers Wallet]

by mircload on April 8, 2016

Fifth Street unit FSFR sees shareholders rejecting Ironsides’ proposal – Yahoo Finance FSFR, which lends to small and mid-sized companies, also said it intended to appoint Nathaniel August to its. […]

A New Breakdown Of Fast Solutions For Money Advice [This Writers Wallet]

by mircload on April 7, 2016

An agreement between a parent company and its subsidiary, whereby the parent company guarantees financing to the subsidiary for a definite time period. It is also known as ‘revenue per share’. gai. […]

How To Trade Forex Profitably Now [Spilling Buckets Personal Finance]

by Ryan on March 2, 2016

There are lots of forex training programs and forex system sellers out there who are trying to sell you the hidden formula of how to trade forex successfully. However, the truth stands, there is no sh. […]

How to Choose a Good Credit Card For Your Needs [Green Panda Treehouse]

by MD on May 30, 2014

Are you looking for a new credit card? If you’re in the market for a new piece of plastic, you’re likely debating what you should be looking into. A few common questions usually arise: What are t. […]

Non-Qualified Annuity – A Strategy That Works [Green Panda Treehouse]

by Mike on April 5, 2014

Annuities are probably the most complex “beast” in the financial world. As if it isn’t enough, life insurance companies multiplied product varieties to make sure they are the only ones who can u. […]

Downsize Your Living When Entering The Real World [Broke Grad Student]

by Broke Grad on March 6, 2012

People often say that one’s life in college exists in a bubble and is wholly dissimilar from the real world. This is certainly often the case as far as financial considerations are concerned. Most c. […]

Can Indebted Students Find Debt Relief In Credit Card Debt Consolidation? [Broke Grad Student]

by Broke Grad on February 6, 2012

The best part of college life is the ability to taste financial freedom. When you’re a student in college, it may seem that it is impossible to pay more than the minimum monthly payments on your cre. […]

It’s been awhile [LivingAlmostLarge]

by LAL on December 21, 2011

It’s been so long I apologize and wonder if anyone reads this anymore.  But then again I started this a long time ago to write about money since I couldn’t talk to others and now I find myself to. […]

Finalizing Life Insurance [LivingAlmostLarge]

by LAL on November 14, 2011

We’re finalizing a new life insurance on my DH.  Decided to settle on a 25 year term policy for $1.5M for $848/year.  We got this quote an online company.  This works out to us paying in at the e. […]

Refinancing Your Home Mortgage [Financial Nut]

by Trevor Shipp on October 20, 2011

Guest post by Jessica Thorseon at MortgageRefinanceRates.org. —————————- Making the decision to refinance your home mortgage can be difficult and confusing. There are so many differe. […]

How to Simplify Your Business Finances [Financial Nut]

by Trevor Shipp on February 18, 2011

Dealing with finances for your small business can be a complicated task and may seem overwhelming, especially once you start dealing with contracts, payroll, and insurance coverage. Streamlining your. […]