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For Better Financial Outcomes, Study Math Instead of 'Financial Literacy'

Did you take a personal finance course in high school? How about college? Depending on when you attended classes, you might have learned now-outdated information such as “how to balance a checkbook” and “why you should put your money in a high-interest savings account.”Read more...
Tags: Finance, Personal Finance, Math, Parenting, High School, Education


To Save More, Think Like an Optimist

A new study suggests that the power of positive thinking could also have a positive effect on your bank balance.Read more...
Tags: Psychology, Personal Finance, Money, Saving, Optimism, Lifehacks, Optimist, Pessimist


First Time Home Buyers: How to Choose the Right Mortgage Company

It’s imperative to decide for comparing mortgage lenders and the task is ordinarily very intricate. If you are looking for buying a house, car or such, taking out a mortgage… Read more » The post First Time Home Buyers: How to Choose the Right Mortgage Company appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Personal Finance, Business, Investing, First Time Buyers, Home buying tips, Mortgage Budgeting, Mortgage Tips, Right Mortgage Company


Things an Expert Lawyer Must Know About Settlement Funding

There are times when people need to know the advantages they can get from a settlement funding organization. It refers to the customers in urgent need of money as these… Read more » The post Things an Expert Lawyer Must Know About Settlement Funding appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Personal Finance, Business, Legal, Lawsuit Settlement, Attorney Obligations, Lawyer Obligations, Legal Settlement Payouts, Settlement Companies


Personal Finance Tips for College Students

In college, you can start preparing yourself for a brighter future. That is if you can properly control personal finances. You may need money tips at this point in your… Read more » The post Personal Finance Tips for College Students appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
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Consider How a Potential Roommate Might Affect You Financially

When I was in grad school, I came home from class one day to find that one of my three roommates had moved out.Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Finance, Life Lessons, Lifehacks, Roommates


Navigating Retirement Savings When Self-Employed

If you’re self-employed or even own a small business with employees of your own, planning for retirement can present serious challenges. That’s because self-employed individuals are subject to complex taxes, don’t have the benefits of automatic employer withholdings, and typically don’t have access to a sponsored 401(k) or pension. How underprepared for retirement are self-employed individuals and small business owners? In one survey of small business owners of all ages, 75% had less than...
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Budget Your Google Play Spending With this New In-App Setting

One of the best things about apps is their affordability. Often, mobile apps can do things that desktop or web-based software and service can, but at fractions of the price. Even in-app purchases and monthly subscriptions for premium versions of some apps are usually minuscule—often no more than a cup of coffee.Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Google Play Store, Personal Finance, Budget, Lifehacks


Get Bigger Social Security Checks by Delaying Your Payout

If you can put off claiming Social Security money for a few years, you can get higher monthly checks for the rest of your life.Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Retirement, Investing, Social Security, Ira, Lifehacks


Here's Everything a Financial Guru Can Tell You

Do you have a favorite financial guru? Are you a Dave Ramsey devotee or a Suze Orman enthusiast? Are you more likely to recommend Your Money or Your Life or The Millionaire Next Door?Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Advice, Finance, Investments, Suze Orman, Lifehacks, Dave Ramsey


How to Manage Household Finances After Your Spouse Dies

Few people want to consider what might happen after the death of a spouse, but it’s an inevitability that many of us will have to prepare for—and for widows or widowers who aren’t prepared, the period immediately after a spouse’s death can be a financial nightmare. Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Death, Marriage, Money, Finances, Lifehacks, Spouse, Widow


Unbudgeting: Budget Without Budgeting

Unbudgeting is an alternative to traditional, personal budgeting. Think of it as a way to budget for people who hate budgeting. Do you prepare a budget for your household? If not, you’re in the majority. Nearly 3 out of 5 people don’t, according to a U.S. Bank Possibility Index study. We must confess: we don’t […] The post Unbudgeting: Budget Without Budgeting appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Personal Finance, Podcast, Budget, Careers, Budgeting, Personal Development, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn


How to Pay the Exact Amount of Taxes You Owe in Advance

Now that most of us have paid our taxes—and now that we understand how our tax burden has shifted thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—it’s time to start planning for Tax Year 2019.Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Taxes, Lifehacks


Tax Day 2019: Last-minute tips to save you stress and money

With Tax Day fast approaching, procrastinators are scrambling to collect receipts, income statements and other information in hopes of receiving a fat refund check from the IRS. Others who aren’t as fortunate are bemoaning the money they’ll owe. But regardless of your situation, it can be a lot to keep track of — particularly when you’re down to the wire. If you’re claiming a medical expense deduction, you’ll need receipts for your various copays and out-of-pocket costs. If you gave money to cha...
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Tax Day 2019: No time to file? Here’s what to know about getting an extension

When it comes to taxes, most will gather up receipts and financial statements ahead of time in order to meet the April 15 filing deadline, removing that stress quickly from their lives. But it’s not always that easy. Some taxpayers — owing to displaced documents, time constraints, procrastination or the sheer complexity of their financial situation — can’t pull it together in time. So they file for an extension. Here are some things to keep in mind before you seek an extension: The Internal Reve...
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Tags: Personal Finance, Finance


10 Books That Will Help You Solve Your Financial Problems

Whether you're learning to budget or planning your retirement
Tags: Personal Finance, Books, News, Uncategorized, Onetime


Getting married later in life could have terrible impact on you and your children

There’s lots to be said for marrying in your autumn years, but consider the impact it could have on your cash [Author: Tricia Phillips]
Tags: Personal Finance, Tricia Phillips


'Dangerous' online betting and games becoming major problem for next generation

Mirror Fair Credit for All campaign speaks to reformed gambler, Danny Cheetham, who slipped deep into debt [Author: Tricia Phillips]
Tags: Personal Finance, Tricia Phillips, Danny Cheetham


4 Takeaways from 3 Renowned Personal Finance Experts

We share four takeaways from our podcast interview series with three renowned personal finance experts. This show is made possible by FinancialFreedomTool.com. This is our wrap up show for Money Smart Week, a national public awareness campaign coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, to help individuals and families better manage their personal finances. […] The post 4 Takeaways from 3 Renowned Personal Finance Experts appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to re...
Tags: Personal Finance, Podcast, Women, Careers, Latte, Personal Development, Millennial, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Jean Chatzky, David Bach, Broke Millennial


Southern California gas prices are rapidly closing in on $4 a gallon

Lingering refinery problems and a switch to the summer blend of gas are poised to push Southern California gas prices to $4 a gallon for the first time since July 2014. Price tracker GasBuddy reported Monday, April 8 that Los Angeles County prices have jumped nearly 20 cents over the past week and were 52.8 cents per gallon higher than a month ago. Orange County and the Inland Empire have weathered similar increases. “California will soon be home to something not seen in nearly five years: a sta...
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David Bach on The Latte Factor

9-time New York Times best-selling author, David Bach, joins us to share the secrets of financial freedom from his new book, The Latte Factor. This show is made possible by FinancialFreedomTool.com. Today’s show is part of our special podcast series for Money Smart Week – coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to help […] The post David Bach on The Latte Factor appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Personal Finance, Podcast, Budget, Money, Finance, Careers, New York Times, Personal Development, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, David Bach, The Professor And Mary-lynn


What to Do If Your Tax Preparer Can't File Your Taxes by April 15

If you work with a CPA or an accounting firm to get your taxes done, you might have received some nerve-wracking news recently: due to a combination of factors including our recent government shutdown and the new tax laws, a lot of tax preparers are behind schedule and not everybody’s taxes will be filed on time. To…Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Taxes, Lifehacks, Accounting, Cpa


Grocery Bill Too Expensive? Try these Ways to Save

Did you know that around 60 percent of Americans don’t even have $1,000 to spare in an emergency? For many people, it’s not because they’re not earning enough money. Instead, it’s that they’re spending far too much on your expenses. Most Americans spend most of their monthly salary on three things. These include housing, transportation, and of course, food. If you want to know how you can save money on your grocery bill, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our 11 savvy ways to save money o...
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Jean Chatzky on Women with Money

NBC’s TODAY show financial expert Jean Chatzky joins us to talk about her new book, Women with Money. This show is made possible by FinancialFreedomTool.com. Today’s show is part of our special podcast series for Money Smart Week – coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to help individuals and families better manage their […] The post Jean Chatzky on Women with Money appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
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When Money Is Tight: 4 Tips for Buying Health Insurance on a Shoestring Budget

You don’t need me to tell you that health insurance is a necessity in the modern age. However, as you may have heard from people you know, the media in general, and your own experiences, health insurance can be extremely expensive, which means you need to find the balance between finding a quality plan and not breaking the bank. This is why it’s so important to make sure you’re researching what’s out there, and which plan is the best for you. Nevertheless, if you’re shopping on a shoestring budg...
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4 Banks With Fantastic Savings Interest Rates

If you have a savings account from a local bank, chances are that you aren’t earning much money each year. While it’s beneficial and smart to have a savings account, wouldn’t it be better if you were earning money on the dollars that you’re putting away? Instead of settling for the interest rate that your local bank is offering, you’d be quite surprised at how much money you could be making with a high-yield account. A savings account is a great way to make passive money. Put funds into the acc...
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Safe Driving Habits You Should Adopt As Soon As Possible

Contrary to popular belief, learning continues after you get the driver’s license. There are many that will tell you that you need to be a natural in order to be a good driver. This is completely incorrect. Driving requires skills that you hone in time and you can keep getting better and better. A big part of driving is being safe on the road. This means so many different things, much more than what many believe. Obviously, you do not want to drive while intoxicated or under the influence. In th...
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Monevo Review – An Excellent Place to Begin Your Loan Search

Looking for a loan? This is a great place to start. Monevo is free to use and can give you options in seconds. We’ll go through the pros and cons in our Monevo Review. Monevo Stephanie Colestock's rating 9.3 Interest Rates 8.5 Fees 10.0 ...
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Focus on Today, Not Just on the Future

Of the many, many articles I’ve read and written about setting goals over the past few years, the one thing that’s stuck with me, that’s worked in my own life, is to focus on small actions you can accomplish today.Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Money, Goals, Lifehacks, Bye, Just Do It