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Student Loan Borrowers Are Increasingly Making This Major Mistake

Student Loan Borrowers Are Increasingly Making This Major Mistake Click here to view original web page at www.msn.com With countless students nationwide packing their bags and gearing up to head off to college, a large number of future graduates are no doubt feeling the financial crunch. In fact, some students might be scrambling to fund […]

CFOs Say More Increases in 401(k) Matches Are Coming

CFOs Say More Increases in 401(k) Matches Are Coming Click here to view original web page at www.thinkadvisor.com A majority of surveyed chief financial officers and finance executives expect the tightening labor market and new cash reserves resulting from a slashed corporate tax rate to lead to more wage increase by the end of the […]

Motley Fool Answers’ July Mailbag: What’s the Best Way for a College Student to Invest?

Motley Fool Answers’ July Mailbag: What’s the Best Way for a College Student to Invest? Click here to view original web page at finance.yahoo.com If there’s one thing Motley Fool Answers hosts Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp enjoy, it’s hearing from their listeners, so they particularly relish the monthly mailbag episode. But even they can […]

Money Monday: The Four Horsemen of Personal Finance

Money Monday: The Four Horsemen of Personal Finance Click here to view original web page at www.clickondetroit.com Finance blogger Len Penzo wrote a brilliant piece titled “Beware the Four Horsemen of Personal Finance.”         Penzo’s “Four Horsemen of Personal Finance” are as follows: Cigarettes Lottery Tickets Alcohol Dining OutCigarettes: Forget the health […]

5 Ways To Stop Blowing So Much Money On Food

So, how did that “50/30/20 rule of budgeting” work out for you in 2017? You know, the one that says we should all spend no more than 50 percent of our income on necessities, allow 30 percent for discretionary items and sock away at least 20 percent for savings? Hoping for better results in 2018, right? Truth […]

Housing finance reform’s gridlock problem: Affordable housing

The National Housing Conference has been defending the American Home since 1931 when Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch, a New York City social worker and policy reformer, formed the first nonpartisan, independent coalition of national housing leaders from both public and private sectors. This pioneering advocacy group represented bankers, builders, civic […] Click here to view original […]

6 Great Financial Moves You Can Make In 2018

Are you ready to kick off 2018 with a better financial you? Do you want to set aside your spending ways and educate yourself on money matters, once and for all? We rounded up some financial advisers, accountants and bankers and sprinkled their advice with some plain old common sense and a touch of online […]