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Consumer Debt Levels: College Students
Published on 12/20/2020

Because college students do not comprehend the responsibilities of handling credit cards, they are leaving college with large amounts of indebtedness - in addition to their student loans.

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Small Solar Devices Save Money: Solar Chargers and Other Useful Gadgets Powered by the Sun
Published on 12/20/2020

Improved technology and a growing public interest in reducing energy consumption have resulted in an explosion of small solar powered products for consumers. Take advantage of this new wave of inexpensive solar products to charge a cell phone, MP3 player, or laptop computer, and to power a radio, clock, or other household electrical devices.

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Taking Travel Money on Holiday: What are the Best Ways to Take Money Abroad?
Published on 12/20/2020

Travelers going to another country can take cash, travelers cheques, prepaid cards, or simply use their credit or debit cards. So which of these is best?

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Tips to Save Money on Daycare: Ways to Cut the Expense of Child Care
Published on 12/20/2020

Parents need access to child care to work and provide for their families. Unfortunately, quality daycare is not always affordable. According to the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agency, the yearly cost of full time daycare is as high as $15,895 for an infant and $11,680 for a four-year-old.

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Tips for Parents to Save Money: How to Build Their Savings
Published on 12/20/2020

For many people it is hard to save their money. Read on for some strategies that anybody can do to build up a savings account.

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Understanding Campaign Finance Reform: Regulating Money in Politics
Published on 12/20/2020

Money is a necessary component of any election, as candidates need funds to advertise and make themselves, including the issues they stand for, known to the electorate. However, money can also have a corrupting influence on candidates once elected to public office.

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Using a Travel Agent to Save Time, Money and Hassle
Published on 12/20/2020

The Internet has revolutionized the way some people book flights and holidays, leaving them preferring to scurry around the World Wide Web in search of destination and air fare bargains. There are a myriad of reasons why using a travel agent to make the arrangements makes sense and may be more beneficial than a do-it-yourself effort.

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Ways for Teachers to Make Extra Money
Published on 12/20/2020

Many teachers find that they need to make some extra money. Teaching is a fairly stable career with benefits; however it is not a high paying career. Teaching does not give a lot of extra money and it can even leave teachers strapped for cash at times. Here are some ways teachers can earn extra money.

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Life After Bankruptcy: Mistakes You May Make and Changes You Must Make
Published on 12/20/2020

Depending on the type of personal bankruptcy that a consumer filed, their credit report will be affected from seven to ten years. After this time, it is up to the consumer to keep themselves on track. They have to stay focused and make smart choices in order to regain their financial independence and start their credit score anew.

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Understanding Household Financial Matters: Why Tax, Investments and Insurance Matter for Families
Published on 12/20/2020

A family that saves more than it spends will do well in its quest to achieve financial security. However, knowing how to save alone isn’t enough. Families should also arm themselves with updated knowledge on family tax, smart investments, and insurance cover.

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Debt Settlement Plan as a Bankruptcy Alternative: Negotiating Credit Card Debt to Reduce Monthly Payments
Published on 12/20/2020

Individuals with excessive credit card debt or who are unable to pay medical bills are searching for a viable bankruptcy alternative. A debt settlement plan can help someone to become debt-free. Performing plenty of research at an early stage can enable someone to avoid a costly financial mistake and other related problems further down-the-line.

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Existing Homeowners now Eligible for Tax Credit: U.S. Extends First Time Buyer Savings to Move-Up Buyers
Published on 12/20/2020

In order to stimulate the lagging economy by encouraging home sales, the United States government has passed the Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009. In addition to extending the first-time homeowner tax credit, this bill adds a credit for existing homeowners who want to buy a new residence.