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Stop the Roller Coaster! Smoothing Out Your Budget

For many Americans, living paycheck to paycheck is a sad reality. This juggling act be can made even more difficult if your paydays always seem to arrive after your bills are due or if all of your expenses manage to fall into one week. Often times this can feel like...

The Costs of Car Crashes: What to Expect 2

They say your entire life can change in a just a single moment. That's definitely the case when it comes to automobile accidents. Even if they don't end in fatality or permanent injury the costs you could incur can have a major affect on your budget. Recently MoneyNing writer Ashley Ereniz highlighted a few...

Going Back-to-School Shopping without Going Broke 3

It's that time of year again — children across the nation are headed back to school. Of course this is also when adults spend hundreds of dollars purchasing their kids new supplies and outfits for the occasion. This year it's expected that parents will spend over $75 billion on back-to-school...

Slowing Restaurant Sales Scaring Some Analysts

Are Americans cutting back on eating out? According to CNN Money they are as Yum! Brands, Starbucks, and McDonalds — which had been on a hot streak since introducing its breakfast all day menu — have also seen slumping sales as of late. While many reasons have been suggested as to...

Should You Pull From Your 401k To Pay Off Debt? 4

If you’re deep in debt and looking for a way out, it’s smart to take stock of any and all resources at your disposal.If you have expensive items you could sell, for example, you could throw that cash directly towards your debts. And if you have some money stashed away...

4 Ways to Automate Your Finances 6

It's fair to say that most people know they should be saving more and may even have a goal in mind that they aren't currently hitting. Part of the problem is that we see how much is in our checking accounts and think of all the ways we could spend...

Could Glass-Steagall Legislation Make a Comeback? 2

Back in 1933 a piece of legislation now commonly referred to as the Glass-Steagall Act (named as such for Senator Carter Glass and Congressman Henry B. Steagall) sought to limit the scope of what a single bank could do. Simply put, the bill restricted commercial banks from engaging in the investment...