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November 12, 2013

Finance 101: All About Emergency Funds

In life you should expect the unexpected, and this is why you need an emergency fund. The best you can do is to prepare for emergencies […]
November 8, 2013

Is Home Ownership Right for You?

Homeownership in the U.S. hit a nearly 18-year low in the second quarter of 2013, according to the Department of Commerce. The rate declined to 65.1%, […]
November 6, 2013

Seemingly Harmless Things That Can Hurt Your Credit

Collections can do serious damage to your credit. Non-threatening bills, such as unpaid tolls or library fines, are seemingly harmless items that can actually have a […]
November 5, 2013

What to Buy in November

To buy or not to buy in November? That’s the big question as the official kickoff to the biggest shopping season of the year begins. This […]
November 1, 2013

Leftover Halloween Candy?

Another Halloween has come and gone, and now you are left with pillow cases full of treats or mounds of candy piled by the door. Your […]
October 31, 2013

Halloween 2013: Costumes, History, Myths & More

Halloween 2013 should be less scary in the United States than last year’s holiday, when the monstrous Hurricane Sandy savaged parts of the U.S. Northeast. Despite […]
October 30, 2013

Halloween By the Numbers

The first of the major shopping holidays is upon us. In fact, Halloween is the fourth most popular holiday that gets consumers to open up their […]
October 23, 2013

Financial Decisions That May Haunt You Later in Life

People often say “life is short” as a justification to do or buy something immediately rather than waiting. But the truth is, life is not short. […]
October 22, 2013

Sweet Savings on Halloween

With a little over a week left until Halloween, it’s time to start stocking up on candy to hand out to trick-or-treaters, though we are well […]