Education is priceless, but debt isn’t. The interest rates can be very high, and the less money you borrow, the faster you can pay it off. And the faster you can pay it off, the better.
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Beyond the obvious decision to share money, getting a joint checking account can be a major agreement. Here are a few things you should know about taking that big step with someone you trust.
For many people, living with debt is a way of life. And without realizing, it, the debt burden they’ve taken on effects their entire existence. But it doesn’t need to be this way, and here's how.
Opponents of raising the federal minimum wage argue it would force business owners to raise prices, layoff employees, and reduce opportunities for low-skilled workers. What does the evidence say?
The minimum wage debate is not new. Employers, business owners, workers, labor unions, politicians, and the entire economy really, is effected by changes to this simple federal limit. Here's how raising the minimum wage will help.
Planning for retirement can be confusing. Fortunately, the human resources department at your employer can answer all your questions. Here's what to ask.
There are many good things about being a parent. Some of the best ones are the tax benefits.
It’s a new year and you’re ready to get serious about tackling your debt. Great idea! But if you have a couple of different types of loans it might not be obvious which one to tackle first.
You've been successfully running your business for a while now, but even the most successful business owners hit stagnant patches. Does your business need a face lift?
Are you contributing to your retirement fund? Is your employer matching your contribution? Here's how contributing each month can add up to big savings in the long term.
Many of us don’t think twice about agreeing to End User License Agreements, whether out of ignorance or necessity, but understanding them and how they have the potential to hurt you is an important part of responsible use as well as self-preservation.