Archive for February, 2015

Money Saving Ideas for Parents!

Money Saving Ideas for Parents!

Think that having kids will put a cramp in your style — not to mention your wallet? Well, that’s not always the case. Follow these simple tips and you’ll discover that you can nourish your wallet while also nurturing your family. 1. Avoid impulse buys. A good way to do this is to put your […]

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Posted in: Blog, Children, Family, Money, Savings

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Still Not Saving? You’re Not Alone!

Still Not Saving? You’re Not Alone!

  We like to think of ourselves as learning animals. We take our lived experiences, extract valuable lessons from them, and use that information to improve our daily lives. This is how we get better at doing things over time. However, a recent survey from Bankrate.com shows that we haven’t yet learned the lessons of […]

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6 Questions Your Auto Dealer Hopes You Can’t Answer

6 Questions Your Auto Dealer Hopes You Can’t Answer

Navigating automobile financing can be one of the biggest financial headaches you’ll encounter. But, unless you want to walk everywhere, it’s something you’ll have to deal with. The biggest hurdle is figuring out the angles and understanding the entities that stand to profit from the transaction. Let’s go through some of the more challenging parts […]

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Posted in: Auto Loans, Blog, Refinancing

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Cyber Attack: Anthem’s Data Breach And What You Need To Know

Cyber Attack: Anthem’s Data Breach And What You Need To Know

Q: I keep hearing about Anthem being a hacking target. What happened and am I at risk? A: Anthem Inc., the second-largest health insurer in America, was targeted in a major security data breach in January (2015). New reports suggest hackers have been trying to compromise the company’s systems for months and may have been inside their […]

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Posted in: Financial Advice, Fraud, Personal Finances, Scams

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Cook up a Frugal Valentine’s Day Feast on a Budget

Cook up a Frugal Valentine’s Day Feast on a Budget

By: Kristina Wyatt Being on a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a delicious Valentine’s Day dinner with your sweetheart. Follow these ideas to stretch your dollars and create a luxurious and heart-felt meal that is sure to impress even the pickiest of palates! 1. Plan, plan, plan. When you sit down to create your special […]

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Sweet and Savvy: Valentine’s Day On A Budget

Sweet and Savvy: Valentine’s Day On A Budget

Author: Michelle Izmaylov If you’re a college student, chances are that reservations at glitzy five-star restaurants, elegant truffles in glittering gift boxes and glistening diamonds aren’t quite in your budget. Regardless, Valentine’s Day too often becomes an expensive holiday that is defined by a sacred code in which the more you spend, the more you […]

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