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10 Sobering Findings About America’s Financial Literacy
Today, Apr 24

10 Sobering Findings About America’s Financial Literacy

April is Financial Literacy Month, a time to highlight the importance of financial literacy and encourage Americans to learn and establish healthy financial habits. This month, many corporations, government agencies and financial institutions will promote resources and launch educational initiatives aimed at improving Americans’ financial health — and many people could use the help.

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Still Waiting on Your Tax Refund? Find Out When It’ll Arrive
Yesterday, Apr 23

Still Waiting on Your Tax Refund? Find Out When It’ll Arrive

The 2014 tax season may be over, but many Americans are still eagerly anticipating their tax refunds. Knowing that they’ll get money back, they probably already have plans for how their tax refunds will be spent, saved or invested. But, when can they expect their refunds to arrive?

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Closing On My Foreclosure Dream Home

Closing On My Foreclosure Dream Home

Shirley Pulawski is a freelance writer for MyBankTracker.com who bought a house on foreclosure in Buffalo, NY back in 2000 and has written about buying foreclosure properties. This multi-part series chronicles her experience with buying, fixing, renting, and eventually selling the house for three times her costs in 2003. After I began the process of

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Who Are America’s 10 Highest-Paid CEOs?

Who Are America’s 10 Highest-Paid CEOs?

Some of the top companies in America are worth billions of dollars, so how much do their CEOs earn annually?

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Save Money: 5 Expenses You Don’t Need

Save Money: 5 Expenses You Don’t Need

Everyone likes having extra cash, and saving money every month doesn’t have to mean making big sacrifices in time, effort, or enjoyment. Take a look at how you use some of the goods and services you pay for each month, and you’ll probably discover that there are some money-saving alternatives.

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Crazy Tax Deductions That Actually Worked
Apr 22

Crazy Tax Deductions That Actually Worked

When it comes to taxes, there’s always a grey area when it comes to what a taxpayer is able to write off.

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13 Ways Earth Day Is About Your Finances

13 Ways Earth Day Is About Your Finances

Start your Earth Day by looking at your finances. And we’re not just talking about keeping more of that coveted green in your wallet.

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Dental Insurance: Is It Worth the Cost?

Dental Insurance: Is It Worth the Cost?

A trip to the dentist can take a big bite out of your wallet, which is why it’s important for some people to purchase dental insurance. But what if you’re a single person without a need for major dental work? Or your rarely use the coverage to do more than an occasional teeth cleaning? Is

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Finding My Dream Foreclosure House

Finding My Dream Foreclosure House

Shirley Pulawski is a freelance writer for MyBankTracker.com who bought a house on foreclosure in Buffalo, NY back in 2000 and has written about buying foreclosure properties. This multi-part series chronicles her experience with buying, fixing, renting, and eventually selling the house for three times her costs in 2003. As I stated in my first

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Why College Graduates Are Settling for Minimum Wage Jobs

Why College Graduates Are Settling for Minimum Wage Jobs

Going to college means you’re going to land a high-paying job and make lot of money, right? That is not the case in today’s world. A fair amount of college graduates are settling for minimum wage or low paying jobs.

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