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July 24, 2014

7 Things You Might Not Know About Student Loans

Did you know that 60% of graduates from the class of 2011-12 entered the real world with student-loan debt – having borrowed $26,500, on average?  That’s […]
July 22, 2014

4 Ways to Ruin Your Retirement Plan

Yesterday, we ran an article discussing the importance of retirement plans and the importance of saving enough.  Saving for retirement is a journey that can easily […]
July 21, 2014

Nest Egg News: The Good and the Bad

We’ll give you the good news first: The average worker’s 401(k) balance reached record highs in 2013. The rub? At least half of American employees still […]
July 15, 2014

Most of Us Carry Less Than $50 Cash

In yet another sign that cash’s cachet may be waning, a Bankrate survey found that 2 out of 5 consumers carry less than $20 in cash […]
July 11, 2014

2014 Top States for Banking

Is this the best of times or the worst of times for banking? The answer may depend on where you live, according to MoneyRates.com’s 2014 Best […]
July 10, 2014

What Does it Cost to Live the American Dream?

No idea is more central to Americans’ outlook than the American dream – the belief that with hard work and the freedom to pursue your destiny […]
July 9, 2014

The Rise of the Stay-At-Home Parent

The number of parents who are staying at home with their children is on the rise, and it isn’t just an increase in stay-at-home moms, either. […]
July 8, 2014

A Letdown Year For the Housing Market

Halfway into 2014, the housing market is falling well short of the bullish predictions economists and other pundits made at the beginning of the year. Reasons […]