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September 11, 2014

13 Years After 9/11, Markets Face New Threat

It’s been 13 years since the 9/11 terror attacks shut down the U.S. stock market for four days and sparked a mini-crash of 12% in the […]
September 10, 2014

Spending Too Much on Your Student Loan Repayment?

If you’re like most student loan borrowers, life hasn’t slowed down since you graduated. Whether you’re two years or 10 years out of school, chances are […]
September 9, 2014

Debt Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

From credit cards to student loans, there are tons of different ways to get wrapped up in debt. Getting out of it can seem intimidating.  LearnVest […]
September 8, 2014

Pop Quiz: 5 Agonizing Financial Decisions

Financial decisions are often no-brainers. Do you really have to think about whether it’s smarter to buy the pricey car of your dreams or opt for […]
September 5, 2014

Home Depot Card Breach Could Be Worse Than Target

There are two tracks to finding the identity of a company that has been hit by cybercriminals. Both of them involve going backward. Over the last […]
September 4, 2014

Money Tips For College Freshmen

With college starting for freshmen across the country, now is also the time to be thinking about money. Why? Because for many freshmen, this will really […]
September 3, 2014

Back to School: Money-Saving Tips

Do you have to spend $669 to send your kids back to school? In our post yesterday, we learned that the National Retail Federation reports that […]
September 2, 2014

Back to School Spending on the Rise

Let the games begin. The back-t0-school shopping season is upon us – which means one thing is certain: The kickoff to the winter holidays, retailers’ make-or-break […]
August 29, 2014

Labor Day 2014: By the Numbers

Labor Day weekend is considered the symbolic end-of-summer and the start of the back-to-school season.  So how much will Americans spend this weekend? How much will […]