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What Does Middle Class Mean? 7

Politicians spend a lot of time talking about the middle class. That's likely because that term has traditionally applied to the largest single segment of the population. While that remains true it now seems that the middle is shrinking. Further complicating things, as USA Today recently noted,  defining exactly what "middle...

3 Purchases Better Than an Extravagant Wedding 4

With spring just around the corner your calendar is likely filling up with wedding and reception dates at a rapid rate — maybe you're even getting married this year. In this country weddings are rarely cheap affairs. From gowns to invitations to catering to venues, the costs of throwing a...

Over-Sacrificing for Savings: What Not to Do 4

Trying to cut back on your spending? It's a noble goal and usually one of the first step in improving your finances. But what about those times when spending a little extra is actually in your best interest? Wisebread recently pointed out several times when skimping on spending goes too...

Saving Your Tax Refund? That Could Be Hurting the Economy 3

Whether you think of it as "tax season" or "refund season" the time of year is now upon us. This year 66% of Americans are expected to receive tax refunds with a total of over $330 billion heading back to consumers. So how are taxpayers planning on spending that many?...

Vacationing on a Budget: Tips for Cutting Some Costs 9

It may still be fairly early in the year but it's not too early to start thinking about booking a vacation. Taking a break from your stressful work life is not only fun but can also be essential to your physical and mental health. The problem is that traveling can...

Unexpected Incidents that Put Your Retirement at Risk

From the time we first enter the workforce many of us are thinking about retirement. We see Social Security taken out of our paychecks, make our 401K contributions, and monitor our other accounts to ensure that we have enough money  to live on after we stop working. The problem is...

Monetary Mistakes That Could Be Costing You Big 4

At this point we all pretty much know the basics of what good personal finance looks like: less debt, more savings, planning for the future. Many times following these deceptively simple principles seems to be going well until life interrupts and deals you a blow. While it's true that many...