Category Archives: Personal Finance

The Dave Ramsey Show – Financial Advice Made Simple

Easy Plugin for AdSense by Unreal Asael Moncada If you haven’t been tuning into the Dave Ramsey Show, you’ve been missing out on some very valuable information from one of the top financial advisors in the country. It’s no secret … Continue reading

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Getting Rich Over Night

C R Ellsworth Nothing you learn from me is going to make you rich overnight. I’m sure you’d rather hear all about a ’new internet magic system’. Before you design your own you will have put in much more than … Continue reading

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Budgeting in a Bad Economy

Wesley Watkis No matter what economic experts or the media tells us about the changing tides of fortune, almost everyone has felt the pinch of the recent economic slump. Investments in retirement accounts, a down payment for the home of … Continue reading

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7 Tips To Help Manage Your Finances

Veronica Flintoff Managing your personal finances is very important. You must have adequate financial knowledge, to lead a stress-free life. You might have made many financial resolutions but may not have been successful because of lack of the knowledge that … Continue reading

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The Six Most Important Steps to Maximizing your Credit Score

Dan Chamberlain What can take years to create, only moments to destroy, and is probably the single largest determinant in your ability to leverage current and future investments (i.e. obtain loans and credit)?…right or wrong, it is your Credit Score! … Continue reading

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Finance Advice for New College Graduates

Wesley Watkis Recent college graduates stand poised to begin a lifetime of smart financial decision-making. It doesn’t matter whether you’re graduating with a technology degree and no student loan debt or a teaching degree and debt that runs into the … Continue reading

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Be Prepared When Refinancing Your Mortgage

Kurt Naulaerts Mortgage refinancing is replacing your current home loan with a new home loan at a lower interest rate. The market offers numerous mortgage options: conventional loans, VA loans, FHA loans, sub-prime loans, home mortgage refinancing, jumbo loans , … Continue reading

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Will I Get a Good Return on Investment Bonds?

Patrick Finnemore In the quest for a type of investment that will give you a great return, Investment Bonds have become a really popular form of saving. Why should this be so?What is the reason for this? There is a … Continue reading

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A Solution to Stop The Middle Class From Shrinking

Harley Hunter Financially, the American middle class is imploding and shrinking itself and the mainstream financial service industry has assisted them in the process by neglecting to service them.The great majority of the middle class will not be living the … Continue reading

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Debt Consolidation and Credit Repair

Smith Chen Debt and credit issues face all Americans whether they are currently working or not and whether or not they have managed their finances well over the years. A multitude of financial concerns plague many who have had tragic … Continue reading

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