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My Son's First Paycheck and His Tax Revelation

My Son's First Paycheck and His Tax Revelation

David A. Dedman  07. 9.2015
We all remember that first summer job after our 16th birthday. Some of us can remember bussing tables, working the drive thru window or...

Retirement: What's Behind Door Number 1, 2 or 3?

Barry N. Koslow, J.D.  07. 1.2015
We need to maximize tax-favored savings opportunities as early as possible and for as long as possible. We need to save more and invest...
Part 3: Valuable Tips for Parents of Millennials from the Gen Y Guy

Part 3: Valuable Tips for Parents of Millennials from the Gen Y Guy

Jerry Patterson  06.29.2015
My visit with Jason followed on the heels of some extensive research I was involved in, to gain a better understanding of millennials'...
I Am Addicted to Goodwill

I Am Addicted to Goodwill

Sidonie Sawyer  06.28.2015
When I moved to the United States, I discovered a gold mine. Several in fact. I was in awe of my revelations -- I could not believe my...
Planning a Wedding on a Budget

Planning a Wedding on a Budget

Jason Alderman  06.24.2015
Couples can save considerable money through creative scheduling, direct planning and most important, treating their wedding as just one...

23 Reasons Why You Will Always Feel Poor

GOBankingRates  06.24.2015
Many Americans are clearly not experts at managing their own finances and end up broke month after month. The cycle of overspending leaves...
How to Use Credit Card Rewards for Savings

How to Use Credit Card Rewards for Savings

Kari Luckett  06.23.2015
Americans are fortunate enough to enjoy a robust market for credit cards. The industry is so competitive that card issuers regularly offer...
The Be-All, End-All Saving Solution: Stop Locking Your Cards Drawers! Instead, Do This...

The Be-All, End-All Saving Solution: Stop Locking Your Cards Drawers! Instead, Do This...

Eli Dagostino  06.16.2015
Slowly but surely shopping cart tabs disappear, I find myself spending more time producing and sharing and less time consuming. I will...
A First-Year Money-Management Guide for the New College Grad

A First-Year Money-Management Guide for the New College Grad

Jason Alderman  05.20.2015
As the nation's full retirement age edges closer to 70, it means a 22-year-old college graduate has nearly 50 years to save and invest....
5 Basic Banking Lessons to Teach Your Teen

5 Basic Banking Lessons to Teach Your Teen

David A. Dedman  05.19.2015
I'm surprised at just how little teens know about basic banking these days. I recently opened a checking account for my 18-year-old at...
35 Life Hacks That Will Save You Thousands

35 Life Hacks That Will Save You Thousands

GOBankingRates  05.18.2015
If you saw a $20 bill on the sidewalk, you'd definitely bend over to pick it up, wouldn't you? Well, without much more effort than that,...
Americans Are Leaving Less Money In Their Wills, But Not For The Reason You Think

Americans Are Leaving Less Money In Their Wills, But Not For The Reason You Think

Buck Wargo  05.13.2015
Some 59 percent of working-age Americans expect to leave a financial legacy to their children, but less than a third report actually receiving...
The Weirdest Thing I Did to Save Money

The Weirdest Thing I Did to Save Money

GOBankingRates  05.13.2015
We asked 30 major bloggers and personal finance experts to share both the most bizarre things they've ever done to save money -- and the...
Graduation Gifts That Set-Up Grads for Financial Success

Graduation Gifts That Set-Up Grads for Financial Success

Simple. Thrifty. Living.  05. 7.2015
During this pivotal period, it's a smart idea to provide them with a gift that will impart an important investment lesson and give them...