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Stocks vs. Fixed Income Investments: What You Need to Know

April 19th, 2012 · blog, Guest Post

The specifics of investing can get complicated and hairy, but there are some basic rules that every investor — and especially young investors — should follow. One of those rules is actually one of the golden rules of investment: “THOU SHALT DIVERSIFY THY PORTFOLIO” Usually bankers won’t say it that way, but that’s how it’s […]

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Personal Finance Habits to Brag About & Keep Debts at Bay

October 16th, 2011 · blog, Guest Post

An increasingly large number of young adults depart college for the workforce deeply inculcated with the bad monetary habits that they developed while they were studying. Those habits are quite likely to push them towards the trap of long term credit card debt. Often they acquire high interest debt due to poor money management skills […]

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Ditch the Lattes & Travel the World!

August 15th, 2011 · blog, Guest Post

Today’s society is fast-paced and consumer driven. This means that the way we operate these days, a little bit of money gets spent in a lot of different places. If you are not careful, these tiny expenses can add up. Things like coffee, eating out for lunch, paying for parking or going out to the […]

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5 Sneaky Tricks Gas Credit Cards Use To Reduce Your Rewards

June 29th, 2011 · blog, Guest Post

I actually stumbled across Millionaire or Bust through David’s comment on my blog at Credit Card Forum. Recently, I had written a review of the Shell gas card and David pointed out something very sneaky about the rewards program which I wasn’t even aware of (I’ll tell you about in a moment). That sparked the […]

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Women Need Life Insurance, Too!

March 31st, 2011 · blog, Guest Post

Who’s bringing home the bread? In 1950, only about 23 percent of women were in the workforce. Today, 61 percent of women bring home a paycheck. We’re talking about women who are single, married, single-parenting or widowed. How does life insurance speak to the working woman of today? Historically, women tend to undervalue themselves and […]

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