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February 15, 2016

Money Lessons From Our Past Presidents

Regardless of your political stance and your opinions of the upcoming United States 2016 presidential election, you’ve got to agree that being the president of the […]
January 14, 2016

How to Save for Retirement AND Pay Off Student Loans

Between rent, transportation, food, recreation, and, the cherry on top – student loans  – recent graduates have tons of expenses. The burden of paying off life’s […]
January 13, 2016

What to do When You Win the $1.5 Billion Jackpot

Everyone’s heard the stories about people who blow through sudden, large sums of money, such as inheritances, game show prizes or lottery winnings. Financial planner Lynnette “The Money […]
November 13, 2015

The 10 Commandments of Personal Finance

Personal finance is all about how you handle money. It’s about earning, saving, investing and spending. Over time, we learn certain “best practices” when it comes to […]
November 3, 2015

What to Buy in November

To buy or not to buy in November? That’s the big question as the biggest shopping season of the year kicks off. Seemingly everything is on […]
October 23, 2015

The Most Expensive Place to Raise a Family

The amount that a 2-parent, 2-child family needs just to pay the bills (but not have money left over for savings) ranges from about $50,000 to more […]
October 16, 2015

Drivers in NJ and NY Pay One-Third of All Tolls

The top 3 tolling agencies in the country are all in the New York-New Jersey region, and together account for nearly 33% of all tolls collected […]
October 15, 2015

New Mortgage Rules Help You "Know Before You Owe"

The process of buying a home changed dramatically on October 3. Credit.com outlines everything you need to know about Know Before You Owe. What Is Know Before You […]
September 29, 2015

The Average American Household’s Income by Age

It’s the great upside-down U. Those in the workforce are familiar with the typical earnings arc in America: You start out at the bottom, work your […]