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You May Be Eligible For A Free Cell Phone

You May Be Eligible For A Free Cell Phone

Though they are relatively recent inventions, cell phone and Internet services are essential to today’s modern world, helping you communicate with parents, spouses, children, friends, and all the companies who provide services to you. But cellphone and Internet...

How to Afford Early Retirement: Hint, It’s Easier Than You Think

How to Afford Early Retirement: Hint, It’s Easier Than You Think

Preparing for retirement is an arduous proposition in and of itself. Retiring early can seem nearly impossible. However, according to many experts, it’s not only possible, it’s actually not that difficult... if you are willing to make the necessary changes. Read on to...

An Easier Way to Refinance Your Home

An Easier Way to Refinance Your Home

Refinancing your home can be a great opportunity to save money. When you refinance, you are trading in your current mortgage for a newer, cheaper one. Your new mortgage could save you money in one of two ways: It comes with a lower interest rate, so that you pay less...

10 Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere – And On Your Own Schedule

10 Jobs You Can Do From Anywhere – And On Your Own Schedule

People struggle with a 9 to 5 job for a lot of different reasons. Maybe you’ve got kids that need to be picked up from school in the middle of the day, or an elderly parent that needs at-home care. Or maybe you’re a creative, and working a traditional full time job...

The Government May Owe You Money

The Government May Owe You Money

[tps_header]During the 2015 fiscal year, the governments of each state collectively possessed $7.7 billion in unclaimed property and wages. Although the aggregated data for 2016 and 2017 aren’t yet available, some of this unclaimed money may belong to you, and if...

Pay for that Expensive College Degree – Without A Loan

Pay for that Expensive College Degree – Without A Loan

If you listen to the news at all, you’ll know the average student debt has skyrocketed, and individuals have been left with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of personal debt. Add that to the struggling economy and a tight job market, and you’re looking at a...

After a Disaster Strikes, FEMA Grants Help You Rebuild

After a Disaster Strikes, FEMA Grants Help You Rebuild

By now you’ve seen the daunting images of the destruction from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and from Hurricane Irma in Florida: roof tiles blown away, waist-level flood waters, wooden debris scattered for miles, and soggy or molding furniture. If you or a loved one has...

Starting 2020 Off on The Right Financial Footing

Starting 2020 Off on The Right Financial Footing

The commencement of a new year is the perfect opportunity to refocus on goals and create new resolutions. Many people use the beginning of a new year as a chance to increase their personal focus on fitness or to lose weight. However, being financially healthy is just...

Tips for Saving Money, Even When Every Penny Counts

Tips for Saving Money, Even When Every Penny Counts

Virtually all financial experts set an immense importance on saving money. There is simply no way to get ahead financially without creating an emergency fund and then additional savings beyond that amount. However, this task can seem arduous if not impossible if you...

How to Get Ready for Tax Season

How to Get Ready for Tax Season

The adage, “there is nothing certain except death and taxes,” couldn’t be more accurate. Unfortunately, by April 15th, which is the tax deadline, we all must face the task of getting our taxes ready, and then filed each and every year. Thankfully, if you prepare ahead...

Budgeting Blogs Worth Checking Out

Budgeting Blogs Worth Checking Out

Scouring through the many budgeting blogs on the web can be overwhelming. Attempting to figure out which are worthwhile and which are best avoided can seem impossible. Thankfully, we have taken the time to weed out the less than helpful blogs and highlight the few of...