Do You Own Your Money Mistakes?

One of the more interesting firings recently was that of Groupon CEO Andrew Mason. While talk of the fundamentals of Groupon as company is sure to circulate, and it will be interesting to see what direction the company goes from here, what I thought was interesting...

Limit Risk During Retirement: What Can You Do?

According to a recent study published by MoneyTips.com, 49 percent of retirees worry about their financial situation. Even though these retirees might be successful, they are plagued with concerns about the future, and whether or not they will live to fight another...

How to Make Your Raise Work for You

Whether you’ve earned a promotion at work, received a merit increase or have been given a cost-of-living increase, a bigger paycheck is always welcome. However, that extra money can quickly disappear if you aren’t careful. Considering switching banks to...

How Do You View Life Insurance? Is It an Asset?

One of the basics of financial planing is to understand the difference between assets and liabilities. When you start looking at where you spend your money, it’s usually pretty easy to decide whether something should be considered an asset or a liability. Life...

6 Unexpected Side Effects of Bad Credit

If you think bad credit isn’t a big deal — think again. The truth is, credit issues can have a crippling affect on all facets of your financial life. So, before you shrug off a low score, here’s a look at six side effects of bad credit. 1. You’ll pay...

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