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Things Your Mom Never Taught You About Money

Things Your Mom Never Taught You About Binary Trading

Did you know that women control 51% of the wealth in the United States? Studies show that women save more money than men and that they perform better on the stock market. Generally, they are more conservative investors who do far better research. Despite all this, women have a much smaller presence in the stock market trade. If you are a ... Read More »

4 Financial Steps to Take This Fall

4 Financial Steps to Take This Fall

Fall can be a great time to get your financial house in order. Since the summer has come and gone, the kids should be back to school and you probably aren’t spending as much money as you were during the summer season. It’s time to refocus on your budget, tighten up your monthly expenditures, and get things back on track. ... Read More »

How to Ask for a Raise at Work (and Get it!)

How to Ask for a Raise at Work (and Get it!)

You work hard. You’ve been nailing it. Clients love you and you’ve brought in some great new accounts. You were just handed some new responsibility. You are going places. The one obstacle in your way is that you don’t feel you are being compensated correctly for your current responsibilities at work. You want a raise. So, how do you go ... Read More »

5 Easy Debt Elimination Tactics for Millennials

5 Easy Debt Elimination Tactics for Millennials

The generation often referred to as ‘millennials’ is facing many of the same problems seen by previous generations. It is easy to fall into debt as a young adult, as your expenses will often outweigh the salary you are earning in your young career. If you aren’t careful, those debts can quickly mount, and you may find yourself in a ... Read More »

5 Simple Ways to Live Cheaper in a Big City

5 Ways to Live Cheaper in a Big City

Big city living can be great. Depending on what career path you chose, there’s a city for that career. Think tech in Silicon Valley, movie stars in Los Angeles and business in New York City. But, big city living also means higher living expenses. Granted salaries are usually increased to match the inflated costs of large metropolises so you can ... Read More »