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The Money Checklist: Tips on Saving Money

The Money Checklist: Tips on Saving Money

Studies reveal almost 40% of people worry about money, if this is what’s keeping you up all night, then here are some money tips that can ease your money worries and can help you inch your way to sleep. Savings Tricks Most people think they have to be money giants in order to […]

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How to Finance a DIY Project

How to Finance a DIY Project

DIY projects are some of the most fulfilling things that you can do in your spare time. Not only does it give you a creative outlet as a productive use of your time but it also gives you a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction over being able to accomplish something. […]

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Top 10 Steps To Raise Money For Medical Expenses

Top 10 Steps To Raise Money For Medical Expenses

Unexpected medical expenses can arise in any family, and insurance goes only so far. Many families don’t have the comfort of insurance either. Fundraising and appealing to mass sympathy is the only way to handle such emergencies and here’s how. Do Your Research First Look up other fundraising campaigns similar […]

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Tips on Managing The Incoming Money for a Stable Future

Tips on Managing The Incoming Money for a Stable Future

Every human being wants to have a future that is stable because it is unseen. We work hard day and night to earn money in order to have a secure as well as stable future. We think that we might get into some trouble in the future and thus we […]

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Finance, Law

What Is A Class Action Lawsuit?

What Is A Class Action Lawsuit?

A ‘Class Action Suit’ consists of a group of individuals who have experienced injuries or damages from the same employer, corporations, organizations or investment firms like the famous class action Enron suit in 2006. The settlement was for $7.2 billion and administered among those who were involved. Investors could have […]

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Finance, Law

How To Survive An IRS Audit

How To Survive An IRS Audit

With tax season finally coming to a close, the dreaded IRS audit season is about to commence. While many people have that nagging fear they will be audited, the chances of being audited is fairly low. Only About 1 out of 100 people that file taxes are actually audited. However, […]

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Finance, Law

Pros & Cons Of Buying Your First Home

Pros & Cons Of Buying Your First Home

Buying a home is a bit of a milestone in a person’s life. Investing in a house is like getting financially married: you are committing financially, geographically and physically to a building for 25-50 years. Its an amazing accomplishment which brings with it its own pros and cons, so today […]

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What Age Should You Be When You Take A Mortgage

What Age Should You Be When You Take A Mortgage

Many people like the idea of owning their own house. However, they may feel that they are too young or too old. There are advantages and disadvantages of getting a mortgage at various ages and these will be discussed below. 18-25 You can get a mortgage from the age of […]

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4 Things You Didn’t Know Abut Money Market Accounts

4 Things You Didn’t Know Abut Money Market Accounts

If you’re thinking about opening a money market account but remain cautious, there are some benefits to these type of accounts that can lead you to better financial health. 1. Bank Accounts That Encourage You to Save Image via Flickr Images_of_Money Money market accounts (MMA) do help people save for […]

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Smart Things to Do with Your Tax Refund

Smart Things to Do with Your Tax Refund

In today’s world, when the cost of living is very high, it is very important to make proper use of your money. It must be earned very smartly, whether it is coming from your regular income source or any other way like tax refund. Oh! You don’t know what does […]

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