Archive for the ‘Money Management Tips’ Category


Credit Card Skimmers Hidden In Gas Pumps

As if we didn’t have enough in the world to be worried about, now be have to be concerned every time we go and get gas. To the naked eye they are undetectable, but now credit card skimmers hidden in gas pumps may be collecting and storing your credit card and PIN numbers. The bad guys then return at a later time to get […]

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Dow Jones All Time High

Have you been investing in the stock market during the past 48 months or so?  If you invested anything like I did, you invested with caution. By reaching 18,576.47 on Friday August 12, 2016, the Dow Jones all time high record finish, the market proved our strategy wrong. Looking back we wonder why we were so conservative with our investment strategies.  […]

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Personal Money Management Tips

Thank you for clicking over to my blog post today in order to learn a few new personal money management tips. But I have a question, shouldn’t we have all learned personal money management tips in high school? Did you know that there are only four states that require high school students to take a personal finance […]

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Personal Finance Planning

Personal Finance Planning – Many people believe that having an open line of credit is a free ticket for spending more money. But getting a new credit card with a $2000.00 spending limit does not mean you now have $2000.00 in your wallet. What it really means is that you have the opportunity to borrow […]

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Building Credit

Building credit isn’t really all that hard. In this blog post, we will show you ways you can easily begin building credit in just a few simple steps. It doesn’t matter if you are a young adult just starting out with your finances. Or being a bit older and life events have caused your credit score […]

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New Credit Card Law

New Credit Card Law – The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act that President Obama signed into law gives consumers added protections from certain credit-card practices. Here are some of the key changes that may affect you. The Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights includes several provisions aimed at limiting how credit card companies […]

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