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Jessica Williams Easter is a few weeks away and most people are starting to purchase Easter baskets, plan out their Easter meals, and purchase fancy outfits. But most people wait until the last minute to buy the generic off-the-counter Easter egg coloring kit. This year instead of doing the same old color change with those [...]

 

By Andra Woroch According to a recent survey by TD Ameritrade, most American taxpayers plan to save or invest their refunds (61%) while others intend to pay down debt (21%) or spend money on expenses (18%). This data indicates most of us are pretty practical with our refunds, and yet some uses are better than [...]

 

By Jessica Williams Today is April Fool’s Day. Most people love a good prank, but when it comes to dealing with personal finance issues, it’s not a laughing matter. Today we will bring awareness to the foolish money mistakes that most of us make so that we can avoid them in the future. Having a [...]

 

By Danielle Warchol For many, Facebook has become the go to website to keep up with friends and family. It has also become much more to a lot of people who spend more and more of their time there. The fact is that for many, Facebook is more of a financial detriment than it is [...]

 

By Allie Johnson Many couples argue over money, but what if your spouse yells at you for overspending, takes away your credit cards or even demands you turn over your paycheck? Watch out: You might be married to a financial bully. Experts say financial bullying can have several causes, from desperation to get out of [...]