We’ve been intently following a few of the personal finance gurus over the last month in an attempt to not only gauge the current state of the economy, but also to find a common ground of advice that we all should take into consideration when deciding to spend, invest or save. After comparing the rantings and recommendations of several different “experts,” it’s no wonder that people are so confused and uncertain what to do or not do.
Is 2011 your year to quit smoking? Our friends at Deals.com examined the health benefits of kicking the habit and tracked the money you’ll save. The cost of smoking affects your health, your finances, and
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There’s less than three weeks left until the new year and according to a study by Proactive Change, between 40 – 45% of American adults will make a New Years resolution. Along with
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- 50 Questions that will free your mind – By Marc
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The April 2010 issue of Campus Talk Magazine contains two pie charts illustrating the difference between how Americans SAY they will use their tax refunds and how they actually use it. In the graphic, 57 percent say they will invest or save their money, 21 percent will use it to pay down debt, 12 percent will use it on home or car repairs and 10 percent will give it to charity.