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Tips for Mom to Help with Military Family Finance

Tips for Mom to Help with Military Family Finance

Military financing issues are unique to military families, and very few financial experts possess the know-how needed to manage military financing. However, with the help of a carefully planned budget and spending plan, it is possible for a military family to gain control over their finances. The trickiest part of military financing may be devising […]


Five Things to Do with Your Tax Refund – Other than Spend It

Five Things to Do with Your Tax Refund – Other than Spend It

What are you going to do with your tax refund this year? If your immediate answer was “spend it,” you might want to think again. According to the IRS, the average tax refund in 2012 is $2,899. That’s certainly a significant amount of money that could buy you a lot of fun, nice things. But […]


5 Quick & Easy Money Saving Tips For The Urban Lifestyle

Living in the city can provide you with easy access to many of the things that you need or want. Although living in the city can be convenient, it can also be pretty expensive. If you are living in an urban area, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to pay an arm and a […]


Getting Something New: Renting vs. Buying

Getting Something New: Renting vs. Buying

When it comes to buying something for your home, you have the option of renting or buying a particular item. Each approach comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Renting an item allows you to offset the expense of paying the purchase price for an item; however, it’s no different than renting a […]


Making the Most of Your Income

Making the Most of Your Income

When managing your finances it is important to look at income and expenses alike. Often times we are burdened by the enormity of our expenses and can become saddened when we watch the expenses grow while our income remains the same. Although increasing your income is easier said than done, it is possible. All you […]


How to Save Money when Going Out

How to Save Money when Going Out

The economic recession has come with its set of hardships and lessons that will stay with us for a while now. Those who lost their jobs realized the importance of savings. So whether it is your proactive nature or tough financial situation that is forcing you to spend wisely, the following tips will prove to […]


Further Damage To US Pension Funds

Further Damage To US Pension Funds

While relatively few countries’ pension funds have escaped unscathed from the current financial crisis the US seems to have taken the biggest hit over the last couple of years. It’s not a huge surprise, given that pension plans in the US make up more than 60% of global pension assets. The ongoing financial crisis has […]


The Tax Efficient Way To Save For Your Children.

The Tax Efficient Way To Save For Your Children.

All children could benefit from the lump sum that a Junior ISA (a savings account launched just last November) with help from their parents in future. Only children who were born before 1 September, 2002 or after 2 January 2011 are able to qualify for this scheme, as anyone born between these dates was able […]


Investment Ideas for a Down Economy

Investment Ideas for a Down Economy

Despite the struggling economy, many entrepreneurs and individuals are investing lucratively. During times of economic crisis, it can be difficult to know where your money is safe. Investing as a practice can feel almost like a gamble. However, those who take chances with their investments often see a high return both during the economic difficulties […]


Is the Low Cost of Fast Food Worth the Price?

Is the Low Cost of Fast Food Worth the Price?

The eternal debate over whether it’s cheaper to stay at home and prepare your own food versus going out to a restaurant does not appear to have lost any ground. In fact, the rise of online social networking usage among Americans has only managed to propagate the flames of discussion. Food and money are two […]


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