The Ugly Truth About Bitsgap Crypto Trading Bots: You Can Lose Money Grid Trading

The Ugly Truth About Bitsgap Crypto Trading Bots: You Can Lose Money Grid Trading

The Ugly Truth About Bitsgap Crypto Trading Bots: You Can Lose Money Grid Trading


Your Fallback Plan: Credit and Debt?

The financial institution, Bankrate, did a survey in December 2014 (published January 2015) to learn more about the fallback plans of everyday Americans, should they experience an unexpected expense such as a $1,000 trip to the emergency room or a $500 car repair. As you probably already guessed, the survey results tell a different story than the media about how the economy is doing.

How to Stop Putting Off Important Financial Decisions

Putting off important financial decisions? Stop costing yourself.

ABLE Accounts: A New Savings Account for People With Disabilities

On December 19, 2014, President Obama signed into law the “Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014”, also known as the “ABLE Act of 2014”. This new law will allow states to establish an ABLE program, under which eligible people with disabilities can set up an ABLE account. These accounts will be modeled after Section 529 (college savings) accounts.

Personal Finance New Year’s Resolutions for 2015

I’ve always loved New Year’s Day as it gives us all a clean slate and a fresh start- if only in our own minds. It’s a wonderful time for reflection as well as looking ahead. It is in that spirit that I came up with this list of financial New Year’s resolutions.

5 Signs That You Are Managing Finances Successfully

Here are five signs which show that you are managing finances successfully. These show that you no longer need or rely upon cash advance and other types of credit to take care of your financial obligations.

Financial Checklist for Your 20’s

Your twenties can be the most eventful decade of your life. You may be a student, new to a full time job, a new renter or homeowner, married or single, a parent or even a small business owner. No matter what you’re experiencing, you’re likely rather new to managing your money.

The TOP 5 Financial Resolutions for Millennials

Review these top New Year resolutions for Millennials. These resolutions can change your life, and make 2016 a financially free year.

Millennials: Escape the Credit/Debt Matrix

“Cast off the chains of market-structured consciousness.” ~Jay M. Handelman (1999),”Culture Jamming: Expanding the Application of the Critical Research Project” According to the U.S. Census Bureau, December, 2014, 1 in 5 of the Millennial generation (birth years from early 1980s to early 2000) live in poverty and have lower rates of employment compared to their Baby Boomer parents of a similar age in the 1980’s, one of the most prosperous eras of American history. Obviously, the Millennials need a place to live (besides with their parents), clothes on their back, food to eat and resources to care for their children. Not to mention time and money for travel, and doing fun things, as well. Oh and then there is saving and investing for the future. Go figure…

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