8 Ways To Save On Back-to-School Shopping

Whether you are sending your kids off to kindergarten or to college, back-to-school time means a serious dent in your wallet. With some planning, however, you can limit the size of that dent. Here are some helpful hints: Set A Budget – As with any shopping run, if you do not make a list and…
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What Happens When You Outlive Your Life Insurance Policy?

Congratulations! You made it to your 100th birthday. You’ve joined an exclusive, but growing, group of centenarians. The 2010 U.S. Census counted 53,364 centenarians, as compared to 32,194 in 1980. (I doubt anyone was counted in both tallies.) You probably received many presents and lots of adoration from your family, but you may have also…
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Mobile Payment Systems Fail To Become The Dominant Payment Method

Have you been tempted to try one of the many mobile payment systems on the market today? If not, what is keeping you from doing so? Many tech companies and retailers are interested in your answer. For years, headlines have touted that mobile payment apps and mobile wallets will revolutionize the way consumers pay for…
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How To Reduce Your Property Taxes

“I love paying my property taxes! I wish I could pay even more!” — said no one, ever. Property taxes are one of the necessary but unpleasant side effects of home ownership. Personal Finance Expert and Author Jordan Goodman (aka America’s Money Answers Man) notes that new homeowners often underestimate the amount of property taxes,…
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5 Ways To Cover College Costs

Total student debt in America is more than $1.3 trillion. This massive debt load threatens the ability of recent and future graduates to reach their goals of home ownership and economic independence. How can you successfully get your children through college without subjecting them to suffocating debt obligations? You may not be able to escape…
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