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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.

How Much Should Your Child Get for Allowance? 2

Do you give your child an allowance? Nearly 70% of parents do with the average child making about $67.80 a month — up from $65 a month in 2012. Additionally around one-quarter of all children receive over $100 a month in allowance. But how you determine how much your child...

Home Buying: How to Ensure That You're Ready 2

Tired of renting and ready to invest in a place of your own? It sounds like you're ready to buy a home. However, before you know for sure, there are a few things to consider and places to start before you dive in. Buying a home is likely the largest...

Where'd Your Money Go? How to Keep Better Track

There's nothing worse than checking your bank account balance only to see a number far lower than you had anticipated seeing. What happened to that paycheck you just deposited? It couldn't really be spent already, could it? Unfortunately balance shock has become commonplace in today's society. However there are ways...

Investing 101: Options for Getting Started 2

When you think of investing or investors you probably picture Wall Street suits or high-profile venture capitalists. The truth is that you don't need millions of dollars in order to invest and there are many opportunities beyond picking stocks or funding start-ups. Today there are a number of ways to invest...

Retirement or Student Debt: What Should Millennials Prioritize? 7

It's a dilemma that many young professionals in their 20s and 30s are now facing: is it better to put more money towards retirement or to pay off student loans faster? To many the choice may seem simple. After all Millennials won't be retiring for several decades and having a...

The "0% Interest" Dilemma: Is it a Good Deal? 3

Lately more and more retailers have begun offering 0% interest financing deals on everything from electronics to theme park passes. On the one hand these offers are a step up from other forms of financing such as credit cards that charge steep interest rates for the convenience of monthly payments....

Trick Yourself into Saving with These 3 Tips 6

Have you ever known someone who set their watch or the clock in the car ahead to trick themselves into arriving places on time? It seems like something that shouldn't work and yet for some chronically tardy individuals it does. This idea of tricking yourself into better habits can also...

Financial Tips for Newlyweds

No matter how you look at it getting married can have a huge effect on your finances. From the exorbitant cost of a wedding to merging incomes and debts, it's no wonder that money is such an important topic for newlyweds. That's why Trent Hamm at Lifehacker recently compiled a...