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Practical Money Skills: Credit 101 for College Freshman

Jason Alderman at Practical Money Skills for Life gives you and your college freshman the 101 on credit!

To parents with a freshman entering college this fall: You’re probably expecting to shell out major bucks for tuition, room and board and a million other necessities over the next few years.

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9 costly items savvy shoppers skip over at the supermarket

With food prices on a steady march higher this year, shoppers are looking for ways to trim their weekly grocery spend any way they can. Here’s nine items usually priced at a premium consumers may want to avoid. 595 more words


How to Save More Money

Imagine this. You hit up your local Target planning to run in for some face wash and a case of bottled water. Next thing you know, you’re standing in line with a buggy piled high with polka dot socks, some new pillows, and a couple of DVDs. 391 more words

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A Guide to Money Management

How to Handle Your Finances Well : What Worked for Me

I believe that handling our finances well is the very first step to FINANCIAL FREEDOM. 292 more words

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According to a 2014 study published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, researchers found that over a lifetime, the average U.S. college graduate will earn at least $800,000 more than the average high school graduate–even after taking into consideration the cost of college tuition and the four years of lost wages it entails. 2,041 more words

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But first, let me take an elfie!

During the golden age when I had television I used to DVR Suze Orman’s show on Saturday night just to watch the segment “Can I afford it?” This is one of my favorites so enjoy! 19 more words