Summer. Hot. Vacation, anyone? Lying on a beach, sipping an ice-cold cocktail sounds just about right this time of year. May be why now is the time most people take time off work to go on a well deserved vacation. Summer fun is relaxing and a great way to recharge
Is it possible to live well, below your means? Anyone looking to pay off debt, retire early or simply save money for personal reasons should know the difference between living below your means, within your means or above them. The problem with consumerism today is the constant temptation to spend
Having trouble getting approved for a loan or finding a good job? These are just a couple of the bad consequences of having bad credit, so maybe finding some effective ways to improve your credit score is a good idea. Having (and maintaining) a good credit score is extremely important. Even
Is debt bad? Of course it is, it’s the opposite of financial freedom! However, certain types of good debt actually exist! While paying interest rates month after month shouldn’t be considered normal, some loans are perfectly justifiable! And no, buying a car or a vacation package don’t qualify as acceptable debt.
Today’s article is from Andrew. Andrew Altman is the editor-in- chief of an informational website SlickBucks.com. SlickBucks aims to help beginner investors and traders by reviewing financial products and brokerages, sharing advice and tips and publishing helpful guides for new investors and help them to get the kind of financial wealth they desire.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about investing? Is it a mass of people, dressed in designer suits, yelling “BUY!”, “SELL!”, while holding several phones to their ears? Despite the Wall Street image of the stock market, investing as a means to earn and save money is
Maybe the golden years still look too blurry to glimpse at a clear picture, but over the years we should be able to grab hold of a few retirement lessons from grandparents. Unlike many of my former school mates, I didn’t have the opportunity to spend summer vacations at the
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