Part of the summer equation — especially when you have kids — is how much it will cost. You need to figure out how you can manage a good summer without breaking the bank.
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Before you apply for your first credit card, it helps to understand how the system works. Here's what you should know before you fill out that credit card application in return for a free T-shirt.
I want a money tree. I know lots of other people do too. So I reached out to an expert, to learn from her together.
If you want to make the most of your next trade show, Lininger offers five tips that any inventor or small business owner can use to make the most of any trade show:
One of the best ways to build your wealth over time is to invest. In fact, without it, most ordinary folks can’t build a nest egg large enough to see them through retirement.
When most Americans think of credit cards, they don’t think of saving money. However, if you use your credit cards responsibly, the reality is that it’s actually possible to save money on almost anything.
You might be surprised at how much you can save if you are willing to make a few relatively simple lifestyle changes. Here are 7 lifestyle changes that can help you cut costs so you can pay down debt:
If you want an alternative way to earn a return, and you aren’t happy with the idea of the lackluster yields on cash products right now, you can consider lending money to others.
In this episode the panelists introduce themselves for the first time, and then have a discussion about financial philosophies, why it’s important to come up with a money philosophy of your own, and how your personal philosophy can help to guide your decisions about money.
Any treasure you find, or any other unexpected windfall or prize you end up with, is considered income, and the IRS expects you to report it on your tax return and then pay taxes on it.