With more money, I would: _________.
By Lou Carlozo March 5, 2015
Jeff Cruttenden picked his first stock when he was 11 years old. Now, he’s co-founded Acorns, an app that rounds up your debit and credit card purchases and invests the difference for you.
By Phil Villarreal March 4, 2015
You don’t have to sacrifice your health to save a buck. With some comparison shopping and a plan you can eat the healthy foods your body needs without draining your bank account. Here are some tips to help you eat well on a budget.
By Amanda Abella March 4, 2015
Here’s how to get more job interviews: Stop calling HR, start thinking like a salesperson. Find the decision-makers, then sell them on your skills.
By Lou Carlozo
With SoFi, you can refinance student loans — federal or private — at rates as low as 3.50 percent percent fixed or 1.92 percent variable (with AutoPay discount).
Here’s a simple way to calculate how much life insurance you should purchase. Take into account loans, and how to ensure your family can continue its current lifestyle.
You want to control your money, but where do you start? The 6 + 1 System provides seven easy-to-follow steps for achieving financial stability: No consumer debt, rainy-day savings and the ability to save cash for both retirement and life goals like vacations, cars and your next home.
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By Amanda Abella February 25, 2015
Raising your rates is part of growing your business. When you first start out a lower price helps you get your foot in the door. But over time this strategy starts to hurt you more than it helps. You may lose some of your old clients and find it a little more difficult to make a sale but with higher prices you will make more money at the end of the day.
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By David Weliver February 20, 2015
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By Ashley Barnett February 19, 2015
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By Kevin Mercadante February 17, 2015
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