Monthly Archives: September 2013

10 Celebrity Money Mistakes to Avoid

Most celebrities have more money in their bank accounts than many of us will ever see in one lifetime. The thing to remember is that having a lot of money doesn’t mean that you are necessarily financially savvy. In fact, … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Teach Kids Financial Generosity

While many parents strive to teach their children money management skills, it’s also a great idea to help teach them to be financially generous. Many of us donate to charities or fundraisers to help people or organizations in need, and … Continue reading

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10 Things to Ask for When a Raise Isn’t an Option

Most employees believe that they deserve a raise for their job performance when they have worked hard for their company. Unfortunately, sometimes no matter how hard you have worked, the company’s financial situation makes a raise impossible. A lot of … Continue reading

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Gender Tax: 10 Things Women Pay More for than Men

Recently, there have been a number of stories in the news about how women pay more for certain items than men. If you’ve ever gone into a store, you might have noticed that similar products for men and women do … Continue reading

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10 Common Financial Blunders

There are plenty of steps that you can take to help you become financially successful, but all your hard work will end up being for nothing if you’re undermining the financial success you’re seeking to attain. The financial steps to … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Find a Money Mentor

Financial education tends to be done through books, online or through some type of course. While these can be valuable tools to get your finances in order, one of the best resources is often not even considered — finding a … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Get a Prenup

Prenuptial agreements still have a negative connotation associated with them. Some people believe that getting one shows a lack of trust in their partner while some people believe that it’s a sign that divorce is inevitable even before the marriage … Continue reading

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Dr. Phil: If You Spoil Your Kids You’re a Child Abuser

One of the most difficult balancing acts as a parent is wanting to give children the things they want while not giving them too much as to spoil them. The fact is that your children will likely be much better … Continue reading

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10 Frugal Rich People

When most people think about being rich, they think about having the money to buy expensive homes, vehicles, and clothes. A lot of people also believe that every rich person actually spends a ridiculous amount of money every single day. … Continue reading

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