Category Archives: Personal Finance

YouTube’s Markiplier Teaches us a Personal Finance Lesson

An important part of financial planning is anticipating unexpected needs. That is why financial planners sometimes ask us questions like, “If you needed $100,000 a week from now, what would you do?” That question was answered pretty easily by YouTube … Continue reading

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Three Commonly Held Assumptions About Personal Finances Debunked

Some of the most common assumptions in personal financial strategy are now being seriously challenged. Recently, a group of financial professionals took a cold hard look at some of the most popular phrases related to personal finance strategies and analyzed … Continue reading

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Personal Finances: Save Money This Fall Booking Autumn Travel

Some travel industry experts have long maintained making travel plans for “off-peak” season excursions can often whittle down the cost of a vacation or office excursion. Several recent online promotions suggest this tip will apply during the next few months! … Continue reading

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Investment Robots Enter the World of Personal Finance

The future of personal investment may be in the hands of investment robots programmed to work alongside human advisers. This combination of automated trading and personal finance is being called a “hybrid robo” that aims to cut costs while delivering … Continue reading

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Personal Finance Tips For Generations Y And Z

Millennials have a lot of opportunities that previous generations did not have. They have an easier time changing careers and have more business opportunities. However, they are still falling behind financially. Studies have shown that 67 percent of Millennials do … Continue reading

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Can Money Truly Buy Happiness?

In a recent Ask Carrie column for the Huffington Post, the subjects of money and happiness were discussed. Most people feel as though money will bring them happiness. After all, money is used to pay bills and improve overall quality … Continue reading

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Gap in Housing Prices Increasing

A recent article posted by CNN Money explains that the inequality gap is still widening. The article explains that the major factor responsible for the widening gap is the relative difference between the rate of increase in value for homes … Continue reading

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How to Save When Buying a Car

Do you know exactly what you’re looking for when it comes to buying a new car? Maybe you want an eco-friendly vehicle or need an SUV with lots of space. Whatever your needs are, there are a few ways to … Continue reading

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Want to Save Money on High-End Clothes and Household Items? Then You Might Want to Skip the Outlet Stores

Luxury outlet stores do not necessarily offer the bargains that they advertise. Consumers can supposedly find great deals on high-end brands at outlet stores, including at Saks Fifth Avenue’s bargain outlet store, Off 5th or similar retailers like Nordstrom Rack. … Continue reading

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How Upstart Entrepreneurs Can Manage their Personal Finances More Wisely

Most new entrepreneurs find it difficult to manage the personal finances of their startups. You need to understand that the success of a small business greatly depends on its financial viability. This means that as an entrepreneur, you must work … Continue reading

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