My Thoughts on the Minimum Wage Debate

March 25, 2016

A few months ago there was a lot of hoopla about the minimum wage possibly being raised to $15 per hour. I listened to people who had valid points on both sides of the argument. While I agree that minimum wage should be raised a bit, there is no way that I believe it should […]

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Investing in Gold vs. Stocks

March 24, 2016

Today we have a guest post from Mathew Bojerski at RCW Financial. Enjoy! Equities and precious metals, like gold, represent two of the more common portfolio allocations for individual investors in today’s world. And with so much uncertainty existing today both economically and politically, many investors have begun to expand their precious metals positions out […]

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Looking For Your 1st Apartment Together

March 23, 2016

Hello Dinks, From what I hear, moving in with your significant other is something that takes some getting used to. You have to get comfortable being around them every day. It’s an adjustment period, but for most people it works out. Today, I want to go over some things that you should do when you’re […]

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3 Easy Ways for Millennials to Get Started Investing

March 22, 2016

Today we have a guest post for you from Listen Money Matters about how you can get started investing as a millennial. On the surface, the idea of entering into the investment world for the first time as a young millennial can make you feel as though you are trying to learn a foreign language: […]

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How These Presidential Candidates Obtained Their Wealth

March 21, 2016

The other week I wrote a post discussing the net worth of several of the 2016 presidential candidates. Today I dig a little deeper. In this post, I plan on explaining a bit more how five of those candidates obtained their wealth. The five people are Hilary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and […]

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Having a Hard Time Finding Full-Time Work

March 18, 2016

Depending on where you live the economy could be doing splendid. People could be getting new job opportunities quickly even if they happen to lose their job somehow. Unfortunately, everywhere is not like that. Some people have a terrible time finding a decent job. Today, I want to go over a few tips that will […]

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How to Save Money on Groceries

March 16, 2016

Good Morning people. It seems like groceries fluctuate in price depending on the store and the day that you purchase them. I’ve been trying to find ways to lower my grocery bill the last few months. I’ve found seven things that I can do to save on my grocery bill. I’m sure they will help […]

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2016 Presidential Candidates Net Worth

March 14, 2016

We are in full election mode right now in the United States. The Republican and Democratic hopefuls have been ramping up their efforts by having rallies all over the country hoping that they get their respective parties nominations. Before the candidates decided to run for president, they had different types of jobs and brought in […]

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Going to College Later in Life

March 11, 2016

Do you know anyone who has or have thought about going to college for the first time a little later in life? Everyone doesn’t go immediately after high school. Some people join the military while others head straight into the workforce. In today’s day and age non-traditional students are pretty standard. Depending on the university […]

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