Black Friday deals an be found all over the place. However, not all of them are really deals. I share some deals to avoid and one to buy this Black Friday.
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Welcome to this week’s edition of the Carnival of Financial Planning!
Back in the good old days, about the only thing they taught about financing in middle school was how to balance a checkbook. Fast forward to the present day and many money matters are settled on the world wide web.
It’s almost the end of 2014 and students everywhere are finally turning their minds away from high school and looking forward to what’s to come at college. If you’re one of those students that has settled on doing a business degree, then your next choice will be deciding on which colleges to apply for.
Understanding how to manage your personal finances like a pro is essential for paying bills, building savings, amassing wealth, and enjoying a long and comfortable retirement.
Even weeks before Thanksgiving, it’s safe to say that Christmas is in the air. All you have to do is walk into a store before you see its tinsel-y footprints everywhere: wrapping paper, music with prominent jungle bells, eggnog
The global industry of the coffee trade is quite large. Coffee is more popular than ever, no other beverage is more revered or respected than our trusty cup of joe.
Credit cards are usually stereotyped as a bad thing. From overspending to late fees and consequent bury in debt, many have nightmares when it comes to handling their credit cards. Yes, this is true. In fact, they can be your convenient enemies.