Tag Archives: Finances

Millennial generation is not well informed when it comes to credit scores

I just saw some folks talking on the talk show Cavuto, and they were stating Millennials do not no how to use credit scores to their advantage or what benefits there are to having a good credit score. My question … Continue reading

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Looking ahead in your financial life

You think about what’s on TV next week, what to wear to weddings or other events, what to pay for gifts to weddings, what you are going to do for your next vacation if you are so blessed, etc. Never … Continue reading

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Corporate America is bad while people are good

Do you find yourself driven to get angry at corporate America, only to be driven into it’s arms? I mean, if corporate America is bad while people are good, doesn’t that sound you’re limiting yourself by focusing only on yourself … Continue reading

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Has your household lost or gained net worth?

In this article, Pew research said that 93% of the households have lost money during 2009-2011 window in our past. Which best the question: Has your household lost or gained net worth over that time frame or even since 2011? … Continue reading

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Where to keep your savings

I was sitting at home the other night thinking about the savings that we’re building up, and where it may be best to keep our hard earned monies. This obviously isn’t the only way to figure out where to keep … Continue reading

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Best way to spend your paycheck

People that have broached this subject well before I was even born learned that the best way to spend your paycheck is on your future self. keep in mind that this is by no means the only way to spend … Continue reading

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Presidential declaration for financial literacy month

According to this press release, President Obama has declared April to be “National Financial Literacy Month”. I for on applaud the desires of the President to have citizens of the U.S. to become financially literate, and no longer choose to … Continue reading

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How can I easily figure out how much I need to save?

This may seem like you need a huge amount of calculators and tables of data perusing over for months or years on end. This calculation is used to figure out the multiplier that you’d have to use to quickly figure … Continue reading

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How to use Finance101 compounding calculator

This is a “How To” for how to use and understand what the Finance101 compounding calculator is doing. A few upfront definitions: Contribution – the amount of money that YOU put into an account. You can also consider the portion … Continue reading

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How to use Finance101 finance101 calculator

If you click on the File menu and then the New sub-menu, you will see a list of views that you can display. The first one listed is the “Finance 101″ view, and the screen below is displayed when you … Continue reading

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