Published On September 7th, 2012

Until last year, Social Security sent taxpayers an annual personalized statement showing a complete record of their taxable earnings as well as estimated retirement, disability and survivor benefits based on those earnings. Unfortunately, budget constraints brought put an end to those yearly mailings.

But there's good news: Social Security has resumed mailing paper statements to workers 60 and older who aren't already receiving benefits. And, they recently launched a new Social…

Published On September 6th, 2012

Student loan debt is all too common. In fact, the total amount of student loan debt is now over $900 Billion dollars which is higher than the total amount owed on credit cards. Some US Senators have declared student loan debt to be a 'ticking time bomb'.

Published On September 1st, 2012

Ah, those lazy, hazy days of summer will be ending before we know it. But it’s not too late to host one more cook-out. You’ll be able to do it fairly inexpensively because of the sales you’ll find this month at the grocery store

Published On August 9th, 2012

What is an institutional investor? Why should you even care?

The financial markets have complex forces working within them that can affect your investment profits. Institutional investing is one of these forces. Read on to find out how they can affect nearly any investment you may be considering.  

Published On August 7th, 2012

If you're not an international spy and you don't have great wealth, do you need a safe deposit box? Once you learn the facts about safe deposit boxes, maybe you'll discover that you really need one, or discover that you really don't. You might be surprised either way.

A safe deposit box is an inexpensive way to protect items that are important to you. If your house was robbed or destroyed by a fire, flood, hurricane, tornado, or other causes, would you lament the loss…

Published On August 4th, 2012

Think, “Hot fun in the summertime” when it comes to grocery shopping. Foods you love to eat in the hot weather can be bought cheaply. Make room in your cupboard and refrigerator for the following items:

Published On June 11th, 2012

As parents, we hope we're doing a good job raising our children – teaching them right from wrong, instilling the desire to learn and demonstrating how to manage money responsibly. But what if they see us preaching one behavior while practicing another? What's to stop them from following in our sometimes misguided footsteps?  

Published On February 1st, 2012

As you and your spouse celebrate Valentine’s Day over a candle-lit dinner, you may want to avoid romance-killing topics like, “Honey, let’s talk about our financial future.” But you really should have that conversation sooner rather than later to keep your relationship on a healthy footing.

Major life changes may require you to reassess how you manage the family finances. Unfortunately, many couples don’t make time to plan ahead and are later caught off…

Published On December 7th, 2011

Don’t let a moment of Holiday buying bring you a New Year filled with buyer’s remorse. The brief “feel good” benefit of spending more than you plan to will be totally wiped out by the additional stress and problems you’ll have to deal with when the bill comes.

Published On December 5th, 2011

Tired of ringing in the new year with last year’s Christmas bills? Make this the year that you switch to a debt-free Christmas.When you’re working with a tight deadline it’s easy to overspend. Start your Christmas shopping before the holiday decorations even go up, and you’ll have plenty of time to shop around for the best deals


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