Archives for August 2011

How To Stay Sane During The Ups & Downs Of The Economic Rollercoaster

When it comes to the economy, the past three years have been some of the most nerve-racking America has ever experienced. To make matters worse, just when things were starting to look up, we get slapped with the debt downgrade and since then, a rollercoaster stock market. How on earth can you stay sane during times like these? Well, here are five ideas you may want to consider: #1. Look at it … [Read more...]

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“I Need Money Fast” – Quick Ways to Make Some

Save for the rainy days, this is what our parents and our elders told us to do but until now, we seem to have not learned from our money issues yet because only a few people have savings accounts. It is important to have a savings account so that you have money to use during emergencies. However, if you already need money fast and you do not have anything saved up, here are some financial tips to … [Read more...]

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Tips For Maximizing Your Financial Aid for College

With the economy stagnating and with fewer blue collar jobs available than ever before, many Americans have found that it is essential to have a college degree in today’s marketplace. Consequently, many people who would not have previously done so – whether they’ve just graduated high school or are 50 years old – are pursuing a college degree. The benefits of a college degree are very real, but … [Read more...]

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The “10 Commandments” Of Saving Money

This is a guest post from Kristy Ramirez who writes for Life Insurance Finder - where she helps people to compare life insurance quotes and select the best policy to meet their needs at the best possible price. In theory, everyone believes in the importance of having a savings account. In practice, few people’s savings accounts hold enough to funds to keep them afloat in the event of the … [Read more...]

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Credit Cards You Should Use for Holiday Shopping

The holiday shopping season is upon us, and for many it can become a time of great financial stress – especially in this economy. While Los Angeles, New York, or Phoenix auto title loans should never be your first choice for financing your holiday shopping spree, maxing out credit cards and draining savings is by no means responsible holiday shopper behavior either. However, many could use the … [Read more...]

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What Is A Stop Loss? Why It’s As Important As What Stocks to Buy

This is a guest post from David Nelson BuyPennyStocksGuide.com - for learning the fundamentals on how to buy penny stocks and penny stock investing or trading. The stop loss is the friend of professional traders, the foe of those that like to brag about the multi-bagger home run of a stock trade, and my personal hell. Not because I don’t agree that they are good for me and my stock returns, but … [Read more...]

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Keeping Yourself Afloat After Losing Your Job

Losing a job is never a pleasant experience. Whether you are getting let go because of company budget cuts, phased out to make room for new talent, or getting the ax because of incompetency, there is always a period of worry about your future source of income. According to a CNN report, the recent loss of middle-income jobs that have made it harder than ever to get back to a standard of living … [Read more...]

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Do You Love Your Bank? Why Consolidating Your Money Might Be A Good Idea

I love Chase. Maybe I’m blinded by the light since I’ve always been with them for 18 years.  Woah.  I can’t believe it’s been that long.  I can't believe I'm saying that I love my bank like a cheesy Ally Bank commercial, but I do. So I’m going to lay out the history of how I came to consolidate a decent portion of my money at Chase, and various others banks where I currently have money - … [Read more...]

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