The best way to build your personal wealth is to save your money as early and as often as you can. Having an account with compound interest will allow your money to begin making you more money. The bestselling author David Bach lays out a saving plan for each stage of your life in his […]
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Debt collectors, according to both the Federal Trade Commission and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, are one of the most complained-about businesses. When you hear about “debt collectors,” the first image to come to mind is an aggressive loan shark. Even a “nice” debt collector can be a pain – yet they aren’t going anywhere anytime […]
Millennials tend to prefer their services condensed into an easily digestible experience. They crave this experience, just as they romanticize sleek, streamlined innovation, and they swarm to whichever service best captures such sentiments in a fast-gratifying, affordable package. Today’s industry shakers capitalize on the millennial demographic by trimming unnecessary costs and accessories; companies such as […]
As you plan for your financial future, you are anticipating all of the monumental milestones that will occur as you continue along the trajectory of your life. These milestones are intimidating because they often require you to make very serious decisions that are financially demanding. Some of these milestones include choosing the college you want […]
We are constantly setting new goals for ourselves. While these goals differ immensely from person-to-person, we create these goals for ourselves in order to better certain areas of our lives. The most common goals are primarily health-focused – losing a certain amount of weight, eating a more balanced diet, exercising at least three times every […]
One of the most challenging areas of a growing business is finding the right funding. If your business is doing well, you will need to acquire the funds that will help you continue to expand. Or, there are times when businesses just need extra capital to help them get through a financial slump. How can […]
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