Category Archives: Finance

How To Save For A Real Estate Down Payment: 20 Financial Experts Share Their Tips

SEP 6, 2016 @ 11:59 AM The Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets Brandon Turner ,   CONTRIBUTOR I show how anyone can succeed at residential real estate investing.   Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.   It was backbreaking work for … Continue reading

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15 Things You Can Get for Free From the Government

March 24, 2016 by Constance Brinkley-Badgett Government Freebies You’re probably familiar with the various forms of government assistance that are available in the U.S.: Medicaid, student loans, the GI Bill, food stamps. But there are many benefits available to the … Continue reading

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5 Ways Anybody Can Raise at Least $9,500 to Pay College Bills

Kim Clark @Money_College, March 15, 2016 Tax breaks alone can add more than $2,500 to your college fund. Even if you haven’t saved a penny for college, don’t qualify for a single scholarship, and have too much month left at the … Continue reading

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20 Ways to Save for a New Home While Renting

Ditch cable, scale back on your vices and get a roommate. Cameron Huddleston / GoBankingRates March 21, 2016 If you’re renting, but dream of owning a place of your own, you’re not alone. Only one in 10 people who rent … Continue reading

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5 Free (or Almost Free) Ways to File Your Tax Return

Taxpayers can take advantage of online tax software, fillable forms and expert advice at no cost. Volunteer programs offer taxpayers free in-person assistance with filing their tax return. U.S. News By Teresa MearsMarch 10, 2016, at 11:59 a.m.+ More It’s … Continue reading

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Only Have $1,000? 5 Ways to Double Your Money, Fast

CheatSheet.com Megan Elliott, January 16, 2016 Millennial savings accounts are in trouble. Less than half of people under age 34 have more than $1,000 in savings, a survey by cost information website How Much found. Of the 2,585 people between the ages … Continue reading

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Financial Experts Reveal 7 Ways to Trick Yourself into Saving Money

CheatSheet.com Sheiresa Ngo,  January 30, 2016 KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images Stashing away cash for a rainy day can sometimes feel like a chore. However, it is important to fill your nest egg so you can be prepared for life’s curveballs. The Cheat … Continue reading

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How to choose the best mortgage

Confused about how a mortgage works, let alone the best one to pick? Let this advice be your guide. By Deborah Kearns, NerdWallet JANUARY 28, 2016 Gerry Broome/AP/File Buying a home is probably the largest purchase you’ll make in your … Continue reading

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You Don’t Need to Be a Millionaire to Use These 10 Passive Income Strategies

Gain more financial freedom this year by taking advantage of these passive income ideas.  – INC.com BY SUJAN PATEL VP of marketing, When I Work@sujanpatel IMAGE: Getty Images It’s easy for millionaires to find passive income strategies that turn a profit, … Continue reading

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Emergency savings: We all need it. How to build it starting now

Jiayue Huang, USA TODAY  11:05 a.m. EST January 5, 2016 (Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Saving up for a vacation is one thing, but for a new muffler or a broken elbow? That’s no fun. Maybe that’s why Americans just aren’t doing … Continue reading

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