Where Should You Invest First – 401(k) vs IRA?

by Ryan Guina June 30, 2016

One of the most important things my father taught me about managing money is investing for retirement. Based on his advice, I opened an IRA at age 19 and have been investing ever since. When I first started investing, I was eligible for an IRA, but I was in the USAF and we did not […]

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What Financial Health Means to Me

by Ryan Guina June 29, 2016

We all have financial goals in our lives. Mine have changed through the years, but I can still remember the big ones. Paying off all consumer debt. Getting married. Buying a home. Becoming a father. These were all huge financial milestones. But perhaps the biggest financial leap of faith I ever took was becoming a […]

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Featured Gas Rewards Credit Cards

by Ryan Guina June 21, 2016

Advertising Disclosure. Rising gas prices are affecting everyone across the country. Even if you don’t drive very often, high fuel costs are causing price increases for food and other commodities. Even though gas prices are affecting many aspects of our economy, anyone can save money on gas if they shop smartly. One of the best […]

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Chase Bank Coupon Codes – Earn up to $250 When You Open a New Chase Total Checking® and Chase SavingsSM Account

by Ryan Guina June 1, 2016

Advertising Disclosure. I haven’t always been a Chase checking and savings account holder, but several years ago I opened a Chase Freedom® card that featured a $100 sign up bonus after making a purchase. The Chase Freedom card has been in heavy rotation as one of my main credit cards for the last few years. […]

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Bank Bonus Offers – Ten Rules for Earning Free Money with Sign Up Bonuses

by Paul Moyer May 20, 2016

Advertising Disclosure. Banking is a competitive business, with banks doing their best to earn your business. Banks know that the majority of customers will not only use their bank for their main checking or savings account, but are more likely to use other, more profitable services, such as taking out a car loan or mortgage, […]

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Featured 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers

by Ryan Guina May 13, 2016

Advertising Disclosure. Would you believe me if I told you one of the easiest ways to eliminate your credit card debt is to open a new credit card account? It sounds a little crazy, but it’s true! Some companies offer a special incentive called a 0% balance transfer credit card offer. This allows new credit […]

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Top 5 Financial Moves to Make When You’re Suddenly Laid Off

by Hank Coleman March 11, 2016

When you’re suddenly laid off, one of your first concerns is probably how you’re going to financially survive the storm until you find another job. It’s a huge fear—starting over. But, there are things that you can do to lessen the blow and get back on your feet as soon as possible. The following are […]

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