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Personal finance and money management can be very confusing. Most people know that optimizing their finances is important but few feel confident that they have the knowledge to do so.

At Dyer News we stay on top of the latest economic trends, financial products, and money management strategies in order to provide the knowledge to help you use the money you have today to live the life you want.

Learn to make your money work for you. Whether it’s getting debt free or investment advice we have you covered.

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...

Need a Roommate? Tips for Renting Out a Room on Craigslist 4

Looking to add a little extra cash to your wallet each month? Renting or subleasing a room in your home can be a great way to do just that. However finding a roommate isn't always the easiest of tasks. Despite there being plenty of sites specifically geared towards finding a roommate Craigslist...

Sidestepping the "Salary Requirement" Interview Question 2

During any job interview there may be at least one question that presents you with a challenge. Sometimes it's figuring out how to list your weaknesses without putting yourself down. In other cases it could involve talking about some of your former bosses in a gentle and professional way. However...

Empty Nest? Financial Changes You'll Need to Consider

Come this fall millions of young adults will leave home and head off to college. In turn many adults will suddenly find themselves with extra money, extra space, and a distinct lack of children in their home. This is what's known as "empty nest syndrome" and could mean some big...

3 Options for Funding Your Dream Wedding or Honeymoon 1

Weddings can be beautiful, emotional... and expensive. In fact estimates peg the price of the average wedding at over $26,000 dollars. Additionally, with retirement, savings, and everyday expenses to worry about, not many people are likely to have money set aside for their weddings and honeymoons prior to being engaged. That's...