My Money

May 2014


What College Didn’t Teach You: 5 Money Lessons for 2014 Graduates

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College may soon be over for the class of 2014, but real-world decisions about career, location and how to manage your money is right around the corner. Establish smart money habits now that will set you up for personal financial success down the road.

Here are five money lessons for 2014 ...

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personal finance
education
debt
student loans
credit cards
money
retirement
paying for college

The Complications of Choosing a Small Business Credit Card

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In case you didn’t know, May 12 through 16 is National Small Business Week. This new age “holiday” is perhaps best known for the festive discounts that consumers are afforded at small businesses nationwide, but it’s about much more than that. Small Business Week is also about paying tribute to the ...

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money
credit cards
credit
small business
business
interest rates
debt
personal finance

4 Signs You Have the Wrong Health Insurance Plan

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The Affordable Care Act has been implemented, and open enrollment is over. The numbers indicate that 8 million people now have health insurance who didn’t before, but the marketplace was a mess for a while, especially when Obamacare deadlines kept changing. That means lot of people waited until the ...

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personal finance
health
health insurance
doctors
medical prevention
health care reform
Affordable Care Act
money

How to Pay Off $30,000 of Student Debt in 3 Years

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If you are tired of having student loans hanging over your head, welcome to the crash course for debt elimination. Our syllabus is simple, the course objective has been plainly stated and grading will be based on a pass/fail basis. Let’s begin.

What’s the rush?

You may be wondering why we have ...

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TAGS:
personal finance
paying for college
education
credit cards
student loans
students
interest rates
money