Category: Financial Management

Can You Trust Online Reviews?

Jul 22, 2016

Whether you’re looking for a place to eat or a handyman to fix a faucet, the business has probably been picked apart by a citizen critic. That promise of honest, trustworthy opinions, democratized by the Web, is what lures millions of visitors to Yelp, as well as sites such as Amazon, Angie’s List and TripAdvisor. […]

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3 Important Factors to Making Your Money Last in Retirement

Jul 08, 2016

Probably the biggest single concern of retirees is running out of money. It doesn’t seem to matter how much money they have; the thought of not generating any outside income and living for many years off of an existing pool of assets and Social Security strikes fear in the hearts of many mortals. That’s where […]

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The Value of Summer Jobs for Teens

Jun 10, 2016

There’s good news for teens about summer jobs: It’s not too late to get one. Although many positions have been filled, turnover is often high among teenage workers, says John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the outplacement firm. “Retailers, restaurants, amusement parks and the like may continue hiring throughout the summer to replace […]

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Worst Things to Keep in Your Wallet

May 19, 2016

Your wallet is a gold mine for an identity thief. Yet with so much focus on data breaches and online scams, it’s easy to overlook the valuable information in your back pocket or purse. Here’s what you’re better off leaving at home. Start with your Social Security card. There’s rarely, if ever, a need to […]

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Summer Camps That Teach Kids About Money

May 06, 2016

Looking for a summer activity for your kids that will pay off down the road? Consider a summer camp that teaches about money and personal finance. You’ll find day camps across the country, and it’s not too late to sign up if there’s one in your area. Here are 5 options. 1. Camp Millionaire Camp […]

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