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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...
The Rise of the Multi-Generational Home

The Rise of the Multi-Generational Home

Barry N. Koslow, J.D.  05. 7.2015
Here's a frightening thought: a nice tidy household with great grandparents, grandparents, mom and dad and you -- and, you are 30 years...
Part 2: Valuable Tips for Financial Advisors from the Gen Y Guy

Part 2: Valuable Tips for Financial Advisors from the Gen Y Guy

Jerry Patterson  05. 6.2015
My visit with Jason followed on the heels of some extensive research I was involved in, to gain a better understanding of millennials'...
28 Savings Hacks for Kohl's Shoppers

28 Savings Hacks for Kohl's Shoppers

GOBankingRates  04.29.2015
Kohl's is famous for its steep markdowns and constant sales, but smart and savvy consumers can uncover ways to save even more at this discount...
Part 1: Powerful Retirement Tips for Millennials from the Gen Y Guy

Part 1: Powerful Retirement Tips for Millennials from the Gen Y Guy

Jerry Patterson  04.21.2015
I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with Jason Dorsey, chief strategy officer for The Center of Generational Kinetics. Known...

Priorities for Romania: Strengthening the Rule of Law and Advancing Economic Freedom

Natasha Srdoc  04.12.2015
In order to increase economic freedom for its citizens and enable them to achieve higher standards of living, Romania needs to continue...
3 Ways to Be the 401(k) Knight in Shining Armor for Your Employees

3 Ways to Be the 401(k) Knight in Shining Armor for Your Employees

Jerry Patterson  04. 9.2015
Just because employees are hardworking and loyal doesn't automatically mean they are financially astute and do a good job at planning for...
Why a Credit Union Might Be the Smartest Choice You've Ever Made

Why a Credit Union Might Be the Smartest Choice You've Ever Made

Rachel Pross  04. 9.2015
Imagine what the U.S. economy would be like without a not-for-profit balance and competitive presence in the financial services marketplace...
Will You Be Ready to Retire? Seven Things to Do Now

Will You Be Ready to Retire? Seven Things to Do Now

Barry N. Koslow, J.D.  03.31.2015
Think ahead a few years or even a decade or two, perhaps. You will be 60, 65, 70, or maybe older. Company pensions will be a thing of the...
15 Simple Savings Tips For Families

15 Simple Savings Tips For Families

Jeff Rose  03.25.2015
Before my wife and I had our first son, I was terrified. We were decent at managing our finances, but I suddenly felt that I had holes...

Preparing for Financial Success in Your First Job

Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador  03.21.2015
The key here is to start investing in a Roth IRA as early as possible - then invest in a traditional IRA as you begin to earn more. By...
401(k) Plays for a Less Taxing Tax Season

401(k) Plays for a Less Taxing Tax Season

Catherine Golladay  03.16.2015
March Madness is upon us, and while college basketball fans across the country are busy trying to avoid any bracket busters, this is the...
Money Isn't the Root of All Evil. It's Procrastination.

Money Isn't the Root of All Evil. It's Procrastination.

David A. Dedman  03. 5.2015
Procrastination can kill you when it comes to saving. Putting off saving, investing or planning for the future can be detrimental to your...