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Should You Use a Bank or Credit Union for Your Money?

Should You Use a Bank or Credit Union for Your Money?

When it comes to banking solutions there are many different ways to manage your money. Just as it can be difficult to decide how to manage your money, the task of finding the right financial institution for your money can be just as daunting. Between banks and credit unions, both of which offer different pros and cons, the decision can ... Read More »

5 Easy Ways to Organize Your Finances

5 Easy Ways to Organize Your Finances

Money is not everyone’s strength. Some of us are great savers, while others are spenders. There are people who love to crunch numbers, and there are those who could care less about tallying up their spending. But even if it’s not an enjoyable task, it’s still important for you to keep your finances organized. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be ... Read More »

What are US Families Giving Up to Pay for Healthcare?

What are US Families Giving Up to Pay for Healthcare?

There is much concern among all US citizens over the rising costs of healthcare. You hear about it from many sources including other people, your medical facilities, and the media just to name a few. But while we are all facing this healthcare crisis together, how are we coping? What are US families giving up to pay for their health? Here ... Read More »

4 Last Minute Money Saving Tax Moves

4 Last Minute Money Saving Tax Moves

As the the tax deadline draws closer, there are a few money saving taxes moves you can still make. Naturally, most people would prefer to pay as little tax as possible, while still complying with all of the rules and regulations of the tax system. Each individuals tax situation is a little bit different. But these four last minute money saving ... Read More »

5 Ways Friends and Family Influence Our Spending

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Unless you live in cave, which most people don’t, you’ve probably let people around you influence your spending from time to time. It’s nearly impossible to avoid letting people influence our spending all of the time, and sometimes it can even be a good thing. During my personal finance journey over the past few years, I’ve realized that the people ... Read More »