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How to Pay Off Your Student Loans

How to Pay Off Your Student Loans So You Can Get On With Your Life

For an entire generation, student loan debt has become a crippling fact of life. Part of the problem is the sheer size of student loan debt. For the Class of 2013, average student loan debt is approaching $30,000 and about 70% of graduates are carrying them. How can you pay off your student loans so […]

Do you manually track your spending?

Should You Track Your Spending Manually?

For many consumers, the rise of financial apps like Mint are exciting. These types of apps make it easy to track spending, and look for patterns. However, these types of apps that automatically track spending also tend to disconnect some consumers from their finances. While I understand that these types of financial apps work well […]

All Three Credit Scores

Why You Need All Three of Your Credit Reports Right Now

Ryan has done an excellent job explaining why you need the highest credit score possible and how to make that happen. I completely agree with Ryan. One of the things that many people do in order to make sure their credit score is clean is to order their credit report. This is also a wise […]

Are you paid what you're worth?

Are You Being Paid What You’re Worth?

If you want to know if you’re being paid what you’re worth, here are five websites that can help you do that. These can be especially important if you’re thinking of asking for a salary increase. You want to make sure you’re being paid the going rate for your job, but at the same time […]

Where to Open an IRA

Best Roth IRA Companies - where to open an IRA

Opening a Roth IRA is quick, easy, and one of the best financial moves you can make. Learn more here.

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Dow Jones Average - 20,000

Five Reasons Why the Dow Will Probably Blow Past the 20,000 Mark in 2015

As a rule, I’m not big on predictions – mine or anyone else’s. But I’m going to stick my neck out here, and say that the Dow Jones Industrial Average will probably blow past the 20,000 mark in 2015. Feel free to disagree, but here are five reasons why. Inertia – A Rising Stock Market […]