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Gradible: Do Online Jobs To Pay Off Your Student Loans Faster

We review Gradible and look at the different online jobs and tasks that you can do to pay down your student loan debt.

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3 Things to Consider When Buying a House

Buying a house will likely be the biggest purchase you ever make. It’s not a decision that you should take lightly and it’s not a purchase you should make on a whim. Buying a house can either be an incredible experience and (hopefully) a great investment or it can be the culprit of bankruptcy and […]

With technology growing at such a rapid speed the playing field is being leveled for the masses. Are you using this to your advantage?

The Masses Vs. The Elite: The Playing Field is Being Leveled

With technology growing at such a rapid speed the playing field is being leveled for the masses. Are you using this to your advantage?

Before you start investing you need to first assess your risk tolerance. Here are a few super easy ways to do that. This will be an immense help when it's time to start investing!

Want to Start Investing? Assess Your Risk Tolerance First

Before you start investing you need to first assess your risk tolerance. Here are a few super easy ways to do that. This will be an immense help when it’s time to start investing!

STAY IN THE MARKET

Investing Tip #295: Stay in the Market

Last Century, the DJIA index moved from two digits to five digits crossing 11000. There is no reason to disbelieve its journey forward this century.

Keep a positive outlook when investing.

Investing Tip #294: Keep a Positive Outlook

Do not be a pessimist on global growth because of short-term worries. Keep a positive out look when investing for the long term.

Credit Karma is the perfect tool for anyone looking to get a handle on their credit or debt. Find out exactly why we love this free resource in our Credit Karma review.

Credit Karma Review – Perfect for College Students

Credit Karma was the first free credit score site I ever tried out and is still my favorite. While I was recently browsing through some of the new features they rolled out, it looked as if the site was geared more toward the younger generation. It’s perfect for college students and anyone else who wants […]

Invest in companies with consistent dividend policies.

Investing Tip #293: Invest in Companies with Consistent Dividend Policies

Dividend yield is a measure of the actual return that the investor receives for his investment. The dividend policy should always be clear, consistent and rational.

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How to Save Money on Necessary College Gear

There are so many things you need when you enter college – beyond the basic paper and pen you need a good laptop, tablet, and phone, just to name a few. Those things can get expensive fast! Here are a few smart ways to save money on all of your college gear. Take Advantage of […]

The Comparison Guide To 2014 Tax Software

Comparing Prices Of TurboTax, H&R Block, and Tax Act

There are so many different options when it comes to tax software, and it can be very confusing to figure out which is best. What makes it even more confusing is that many of the companies “hide” the real cost of their software. You see, most companies are simply advertising the “Federal Return” price, and not […]

Don't be a day trader.

Investing Tip #292: Don’t Be a Day Trader

Traders in general are interested in faster, lesser money and making dozens of trades per day. If you are an investor, day trading is not for you.

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Investing Tip #291: How Do You Select a Broker?

Brokers don’t lose money when your portfolio suffers a loss; you’re the only one who does. You should take extreme care when selecting a broker.

Manage Your Own Money

Investing Tip #290: Manage Your Own Money

Manage your own money. You earned and now you should spend the time making sure you’re financial life is on track.

Investing Your Student Loans

Investing Your Student Loan Money – Is It Legal and Should You Do It?

Investing student loans has been a hot button issue for many years. At the peak of the stock market in 2006, it was a commonly held belief that investing student loans was a wise and safe decision.

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Investing Tip #289: Stay Updated on Financial Events

Stay updated on financial events but remember most news sources are biased. Scan and filter information before believing it.

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How to Jump Start Your Credit if You Don’t Have Any Credit History

Your credit score will be very important throughout your life. It will be used to determine if you can get a credit card as well as if you qualify for a home, auto, personal, or business loan. Lenders use your credit score to determine your creditworthiness. If you have a high credit score, lenders will […]

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Top Franchise Opportunities for 2015

Becoming part of a franchise is often a good way to launch your entrepreneurial career. While you can always launch a company of your own, when you become part of a franchise, you get more help and support, which can help you make your new business a success. Some companies will even send you to […]

Are student loans a mental health issue? According to a recent study they could be and I wholeheartedly agree.

Are Student Loans a Mental Health Issue?

Are student loans a mental health issue? According to a recent study they could be and I wholeheartedly agree.

You don't need to be a professional investor to be successful.

Investing Tip #288: You Don’t Need to be a Pro

You don’t need to be a professional to be a successful investor. Keep your investments simple and invest for the long term in simple products.

Tax Preparer Lies

3 Things Your Tax Preparer Won’t Tell You

Do you really know everything about how qualified your tax preparer is? Here’s what you need to know to be safe.

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Investing Tip #287: Treat a Bear Market Like a Friend

Treat a bear market like a friend. This is the time to invest in good stocks at a discount of their true value.