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Money Systems That Lead to Success: Automatic Savings

by Luke Landes

A while back, I wrote about the opinions of Scott Adams on his eventual success as the creator of the comic strip Dilbert. I focused on the failure aspect of the article he wrote for the Wall Street Journal and I wanted to revisit the topic, as only touched lightly on the success factors. Specifically, […]

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The Impact of the Philadelphia Soda Tax

by Michael Pruser

Earlier this year, I wrote an article discussing the new Philadelphia Soda Tax that had just been put into effect. At the time, the discussion focused on the possibilities the law would present: from having more people drink water and getting more funding for the school system, to Americans losing money to the tax and companies […]

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FNBO Direct Savings Account — Opening and a Review

by Luke Landes

While I’m generally happy with my Capital One 360 account for a good portion of my savings, I’m looking to spread the money around to take advantage of some higher interest rates. One of the banks I’ve targeted is FNBO Direct, the online arm of First National Bank of Omaha, currently offering 0.95 percent APY as […]

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How to Best Handle Old Credit Card Accounts

by Stephanie Colestock

One of the best things you can do to build awareness of your financial condition is to view your credit report. Your financial condition — as perceived by potential lenders — can cost or save you thousands of extra dollars throughout your credit repayments, such as the life of a mortgage, for instance. You can […]

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Blue Cash Preferred Card® from American Express Review – 6% Cash Back on Groceries

by Michael Pruser

When the Credit Card Act was passed years ago, many thought it would be the end of credit card rewards programs. Despite increased costs of operations, credit card issuers continue to beef up their attempts to attract new customers, with bonuses for signing up and growing perks. The best cards you’ll find today seem to […]

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Here Are 4 of the Biggest Risks When You Invest

by Luke Landes

No investment is without risk. You may feel safe when you do what financial advisers consider the “right thing” — invest in a broad stock market index fund with a long-term view — but there is risk there as well. Unfortunately, to build wealth over time, investors need to accept a significant amount of risk. […]

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Should I Quit My Job? Ask These 8 Questions First

by Luke Landes
8 Questions Before You Quit Your Job

So, you think you want to leave your job. Now what? Job dissatisfaction is a worldwide experience, and the occasional desire to quit is universal. When unemployment is high, however, employees of all types can be wary about leaving one job. Employers have all the power in the relationship, and people often feel that staying […]

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Will P2P Platforms Continue to be Solid Investments?

by Kevin Mercadante

In your personal finance journey, you may or may not have come across peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms. The great news is, these have proven to be solid investments over the past few years, providing much higher returns than what you could earn on bank investments. But we have to wonder:  will P2P platforms continue to […]

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The Best Budget Tools for Tracking Your Money

by Aliyyah Camp

Budgeting doesn’t come naturally for everyone. Some of us need a little assistance with tracking our income and spending. That’s where budgeting tools come in. There are several front runners in this space. Many of them offer a wide range of features to help you manage your money better. Here are four of the best […]

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What is Apple Going to Do with All That Cash?

by Michael Pruser

In 1977, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak incorporated a little start-up company called Apple Computer. For the first 25 years of Apple’s existence, they were simply a personal computer company, one which plugged in millions of Americans across the country. For the last 15 years, however, Apple has been everything else. They’ve been music players, […]

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