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Financial Conversation With Your Spouse

Many couples avoid talking about money. It’s uncomfortable. It feels unnatural. They are afraid of starting a fight. They are embarrassed about their debt or income level. They are just plain tired at the end of the day. Oftentimes, failure to discuss money...

Online Banking: Convenience or Hassle?

This is an age when consumers want maximum convenience at the lowest cost possible. This includes dealing with a bank and performing bank transactions. As the desire for convenience has grown in the Internet age, more and more people are leaving traditional banks, and...

Three Systems To Help You Budget, part 1

Budgeting is a difficult, but necessary, part of being an adult. It does not feel good to live paycheck-to-paycheck, and getting your finances in order requires knowing where your money is going. While there are tons of apps or websites to help you organize your...

Smart People Buy a Lot for a Little

Smart people are smart about their money. And what is smarter than using tools to save money on items that you already buy? By designating a time slot once a week to focus on couponing and keeping your cash back apps up to date, you will end up saving money and...

Teaching Teens Financial Responsibility

Teenagers seem to care about one thing: what their peers think of them. In a world where teens are more concerned about their social media presence than their college decisions, it can be tough to navigate parenting. However, you should never skimp on teaching your...