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Contributed on: 30th Nov, 2017

"Should you save for retirement or pay off your credit card debt?" According to the conventional financial wisdom, you should prioritize the retirement savings as early as you can. The sooner yo... Read more »

Contributed on: 23rd Nov, 2017

Many parents, who don't get their biological child, often consider the fertility treatment or adoption. Both the options are expensive. Some parents drop the plan of having a baby due to the higher... Read more »

Contributed on: 22nd Nov, 2017

Having a checking account and a savings account is not enough. One single account just keeps lump sum cash without any purpose. Most of us think that keeping one savings account is enough to cover ... Read more »

Contributed on: 21st Nov, 2017

No matter how hearty the meal was in your favourite restaurant, you start fidgeting with your wallet the moment your bill arrives. A lot of people don't realize how expensive a drink could be till the... Read more »

Contributed on: 2nd Nov, 2017

Debts are harmful; it is wise to stay away from them. Most of us are working hard to erase the debt blues from our lives. But the reality is, without going into debt, you will not be able to achiev... Read more »

Contributed on: 26th Oct, 2017

You may want to switch to another state for a better career prospect, your current employer may want you to move to a different state for the official purpose, or sometimes, your partner may want you ... Read more »

Contributed on: 10th Oct, 2017

Choosing a frugal life is not mandatory; it is your choice whether or not you want to live your life in a frugal way. People often confuse frugality with being cheap. They think that following a... Read more »

Contributed on: 3rd Oct, 2017

As per the IRS, in 2016, the average tax refund was about $2,860. In 2017, it is expected that almost 70% of taxpayers will receive a tax refund. Getting a big fat tax refund is satisfying, but w... Read more »

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: 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 »