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Contributed on: 12th Sep, 2017

A large number of working middle-class American families are agreeing to the fact that funding the college of their children is becoming difficult. Most of the students are funding college studies... Read more »

Contributed on: 31st Aug, 2017

Some people assume that paying off their debt will solve all their money problems. They think that after paying off debt, their credit health will improve overnight. But, unfortunately it is not the f... Read more »

Contributed on: 29th Aug, 2017

It is best not to accumulate debt at all, because, it's easy to be in debt, but difficult to get rid of it. One staple debt that is obvious in your life is student loan debt. Due to the sky-hi... Read more »

Contributed on: 24th Aug, 2017

The long Labor Day weekend is perfect to enjoy the end of summer time. Before entering into the autumn season, most of the Americans love to indulge themselves in the Labor Day fun and frolic. Most... Read more »

Contributed on: 15th Aug, 2017

Social Security is one of the most crucial retirement benefit plans of our nation. However, many people are wary about its future; they are not sure about what role it will play in their retirement pl... Read more »

Contributed on: 11th Jul, 2017

You may have heard that having an emergency fund is significant to avoid money crisis when you need it most. Yes, it is true that the importance of an emergency fund is definitely quite significant. I... Read more »

Contributed on: 28th Jun, 2017

As soon as you file bankruptcy, irrespective of what chapter you file under, the automatic stay goes into effect. It prohibits your creditors from taking any actions against you or your property but f... Read more »

Contributed on: 27th Jun, 2017

Recently, a nerve wrenching utility scam has occurred with a small non-profit business owner. The victim, Fay Givens, the executive director of American Indian Services in Lincoln Park, has warned all... Read more »

Contributed on: 15th Jun, 2017

As per the study by University of Michigan researchers, "About 40% of Americans, who were still working when they turned 62, had moved to a new occupation sometime after age 55." The same research ... Read more »

Contributed on: 1st Jun, 2017

Find out here... Living with debt has become a part of our lives, where millennials are no exceptions. As per some recent stats, millennials are comfortable in discussing debts than their seniors. ... Read more »

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