Grow Your Dough Throwdown – Can You Beat the Stock Market?

by Ryan Guina January 9, 2015

Do you think you can beat the stock market? Many individual investors think they can. And some do, at least for a little while. I don’t have the illusion that I can beat the stock market over the long run. But it’s fun to try. It’s also fun to see if you can beat your friends […]

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Cancel Your Cell Phone Contract Without Paying Fees

by Ryan Guina January 6, 2015

The early termination fees that cell phone companies charge are outrageous! Most companies charge anywhere from $150-200 to cancel your contract before you fulfill the terms. In the past I got out of a cell phone phone contract with Verizon by transferring my phone number and contract to a friend. I was able to avoid the paying the $175 […]

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Personal Capital Black Friday Promotion – Free Amazon Gift Card for New Accounts

by Ryan Guina November 28, 2014

Personal Capital is celebrating Black Friday with a $50,000 promotion. The first 1,000 users to sign up and link at least one account will get a free $20 gift card. The next 3,000 users to sign up and link at least one account will get a $10 Amazon gift card. The promotion will run […]

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Is It Worth It To Pay Movers?

by Miranda Marquit November 17, 2014

I think that paying movers just might be worth the cost. My recent cross-country move involved full-service movers, and it’s been awesome. This isn’t our first cross-country rodeo; it’s our third. In the past, my husband and I have used a version of self-service moving. We’ve used those “you pack, we drive” services in the […]

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2014 Veterans Day Free Meals

by Ryan Guina November 10, 2014

Veterans Day is a day to remember and thank military members for their service in the armed forces. As a military veteran, it always humbles me to see the thanks given by so many people on Veterans Day. Though none of us served for recognition, it is nice (and humbling) to be thanked for your […]

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Moving and Banking: Do You Change Things Up When You Move?

by Miranda Marquit October 27, 2014

I recently made the trek across the country to take up a new abode. I’ve researched the area that my family is moving to, and found that the bank that we currently use for all our primary money needs — and my business needs — doesn’t have a branch within 200 miles. This isn’t much […]

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3 Reasons to Help Your Child Invest

by Miranda Marquit October 1, 2014

We often think of investing as a “grown up” thing to do. Many of us don’t think about letting our kids invest. However, this can be a mistake. Now is the perfect time to help your child start investing. In fact, teaching your child to invest now can yield great results later. Here are 3 […]

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