How to Survive in the Gap Between Graduation and First Job

If you are graduated from the college, you made a huge accomplishment. On the other hand we all know it feels a little bit scary. When you were studying in college, most likely your parents were helping you cover your expenses and you didn’t have to work to make living. It usually takes 6 months […]

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How to Achieve Financial Independence 

If you learned about money from those who were not rich themselves when you are growing up, what you have learned might be wrong. Many athletes making tens of millions a year can go bankrupt while a driver can retire multi-millionaire. After reading this article you will understand what’s true and what’s wrong about money […]

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How to Achieve Your Goals with an Action Plan

Most people use SMART goals to make plans in order to achieve their goals. Making a plan is not that hard. The hard thing is making a plan that can be turned into reality. We all make plans to achieve our goals, however according to researches less than 10 percent of the people feel they […]

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Fun Activities You Can Do for Free 

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have fun. There are many things you can do for free. Here are the fun activities to do for free: Movies Cinema might be a great option to have fun. However if you think about the long lines and the over-priced tickets, that might not […]

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Financial Goals You Need to Reach in Your 20s

The 20s for a person, is the time for many changes in his/her life. Graduating and starting to the first job is an important milestone. Usually people move on to second or third jobs in their 20s as they are getting more experienced and work their way up to the career ladder. Getting married and […]

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What to Know About Hurricanes and Insurance

Risk of hurricanes can make homeowners insurance complicated. It’s very important to find out a house’s insurability before buying. Because when you don’t, you can end up paying several thousands more than what you expect. The advices below apply to homebuyers in states that are at risk for hurricanes. Ask for a wind mitigation inspection […]

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How to Budget Without Losing Your Friends

When you were kids, your friends and you may have the same economic situation. Your parents may have given you everything you need. However you are adults now and the income you make and your friends make can change a lot. Different incomes can destroy friendship because of the changes in the lifestyle. Here are […]

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Smart Financial Moves for Single Women in Their 20s

If you are in your 20s, you are at a very important stage in your life. And at this stage, you have to make smart moves in order to have a financially independent life. No matter if you are single or have a partner in the future, the choices you make in your 20s will […]

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Summer Jobs for Kids

The kids are not old enough for part-time jobs. However they want to earn their money in the summer. Kids like to spend some extra cash and working is a great way for them to learn about the value of money. Here are some jobs for kids: Lawn mowing For the kids who love outdoors, […]

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Are Your Friends the Reason You Can’t Save

We are all social creatures. We always want to communicate and have fun with each other. So if you are trying to save some money you have to analyze the people around you. Do your friends spend a lot of money? How to they act when they learn your frugal living? Do they have unhealthy […]

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How Small Expenses Can Be Your Enemy

If you are trying to save on your monthly spending but keep overspending, sometimes you may not understand how this is happening. That might be because you are looking at the wrong way. You can’t imagine how your small expenses and how you are spending money in little ways can effect your overall budget. The […]

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Are You Planning to Retire in Your 30’s? Here’s How to

Many people plan to retire at their 50’s or 60’s. If you are planning the same, then you don’t know that you don’t have to wait that much. A couple living in California avutally retiren in their 30’s with $1 million in the bank. Even though it seems impossible the couple gave an interview to […]

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What Budgeting Changes in Your Life

Would you travel across the world without a roadmap? May be you can, but you will be spending a lot of time and money to finish it. This is similar to live without a budget. If you don’t budget, you will be losing so much money and time trying to have a strong financial life. […]

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5 Things to Do to be a Millionaire Younger

If you want to be a young millionaire, you really don’t need to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk. Even it seems like there are many millionaires at this time, for some of the people it takes a lifetime to reach this goal. You need to know that even though it’s not easy, […]

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Which is Better: Buying or Renting a Home?

There are a lot of discussions about this subject. Some of the people say it’s wiser and better to buy a home and make investment, while others say it’s would be a lot smarter to rent a home as owning a home is so expensive. We have talked about investments so much in other articles. […]

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5 States With the Lowest Cost of Living

Cost of living is one of the most important factors when it comes to stay in a state, to make it home. Cost of living is basically the money you need in order to maintain living in that state. It includes food expenses, clothing expenses, health care and taxes. The U.S. government doesn’t have an […]

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