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3 Times When Emotions Can Get in the Way of Your Finances 4

Personal finance usually involves a lot of logic, math, and other academics — making it more "finance" than "personal." Because of this it can be easy to overlook some of the other factors in our lives that might be at odds with the finance principles we've come to trust. While...

Spring Cleaning For Your Finances: Debt Consolidation

With the dark doldrums of winter nearly over it's time for some spring cleaning. As cliche as it may be this annual tradition is one that serves to make us reconsider our priorities, toss aside what we no longer need, and straighten up our lives overall. That's why spring is...

When Should Married Couples File Taxes Separately? 4

If you're married chances are that you file a joint tax return with your spouse. In fact nearly 95% of couples file jointly typically because it's cheaper than filing separately. So if that's the case why would anyone file separately? As USA Today recently highlighted there are a few instances...

The Fight for $15: Who's Winning So Far? 15

Over the past several months fast food workers across the nation have made headlines by hosting nationwide walkouts and other demonstrations as part of what they call "The Fight for $15." Their demands for a "living wage" of $15 have been echoed by those in cities like Seattle, San Fransisco,...

What Frugality Really Means and How to Achieve It 4

In today's society the term "frugal" often has a negative connotation. Most of the time it is used interchangeably with terms like "cheap" or "stingy" to disparage a person. In other cases one might think that, in order to be frugal, they must make huge changes to their lifestyle just...

Peer to Peer Lending for Home Improvement Loans 2

This week Lending Club announced yet another partnership, this time with HomeAdvisor. Under the deal Lending Club will offer their peer to peer loans to those looking to remodel their homes using HomeAdvisor’s site. The partnership is said to be multi-year and exclusive. HomeAdvisor is a website that allows customers...

Need a Financial Wake Up Call? Go Old School

Technology is a great thing and breakthroughs in financial technology have been even better. These new tools offer convenience, present us with additional financial data, and give us new ways to invest our money. However, sometimes if you really need to make a change in your budget you need to...