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The Soup Stockpile: An Easy Route to Having Tons of Convenient Freezer Soups

The past few weeks have been incredibly busy for our family. Not only has Sarah returned to teaching from her summer break, our children have also returned to school and several fall activities have begun. On top of that, a particularly...Show More Summary

5 Ways To Pay Off Student Loan Debt With A Low Income

Paying off student loan debt seems difficult even with a generous income, so what if you want to pay off student loan debt with a low income? Here's how to do it. 5 Ways To Pay Off Student Loan Debt With A Low Income appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Did you get that Amazon baby registry email? You weren't the only one

The giant online seller is known for being able to deliver virtually everything, but so far as we know babies aren't on that list.

Debt Consolidation Program Pros and Cons You Need to Know

If you allow your debts to pile up, they can draw you into a vicious debt cycle. You can try to solve the debt problems on your own by implementing some severe austerity measures such as cutting spending to the bone, and selling luxury items to free up cash. You can also look at getting […]

Nine Things We Look for When Buying Rental Property

When my husband and I bought our first rental property in 2007, we barely knew what we were doing. We saved up a large down payment and qualified for a mortgage, then stumbled through the rest of the details without much outside help. Show More Summary

Fundrise eFunds: An Innovative Way To Invest In Your Future Home

Washington D.C. based Fundrise is one of the most innovative real estate crowdfunding platforms today. They were the first to create the eREIT, a real estate fund that uses crowdfunding regulations to provide access for  non-accredited...Show More Summary

Where Do REITs Fit in a Portfolio?

Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Where Do REITs Fit in a Portfolio? After writing about PeerStreet, the benefits of hard money lending and exposure to the real estate market, a couple of people have asked how REITs fit into an asset...Show More Summary

How to Deal When a Job Offer Is Rescinded

You did it: You applied for the position, went through rounds of interviews, and that all-important job offer landed in your lap. Then, for some reason, the employer changed their mind. How did this happen? What did you do to scare them away? And is there anything you can do to fix the situation?...

Money Doesn’t Matter. Until it Does.

[As part of our weekly column by Mr. 1500 of 1500Days.com – a fellow blogger who retired at 43!] My cover as a blogger was blown last year when a story about us went viral. I knew something was wrong when the blog went down. When it finally came back up, I had over 30,000 page visits and it was still before noon. On that day, we […]

Best Money Tips: 5 Ways to Waste Money at the Grocery Store

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways you may be wasting money at the grocery store, smart ways to grow your savings, and the best deal sites for coupons and discounts on everything. Top 5 Articles 5 Ways We Waste Money at the Grocery Store — Not...

8 College Perks You Might Be Missing Out On

College is expensive. Many students struggle to find the funds to attend college and avoid massive student debt. And while student debt is an ongoing issue, there are many ways a student ID can provide big savings elsewhere. Savvy college students can utilize free or discounted activities and...

We Do the Math: When Is It Worth Hiring Household Help?

How much is your happiness worth? Turns out, it may be available for a very reasonable hourly rate. A recent study shows that using money to buy yourself free time — by outsourcing household chores, for example — can lead to higher life satisfaction. Here are six common household chores...

How to Get the Most Out of an Awesome Job Offer

In the past, employees would stick with a company for decades. It wasn’t unusual in the 20th century for someone to stay at the same company for their entire career, consistently garnering raises and promotions until they retired with a hefty pension. Obviously, those days are long gone. The job market in 2017 is a […]

The 5 Best Camping Stoves

Why bother with the struggle of cooking over a fire when you can use an affordable camping stove instead? A camp stove can be used to cook food and boil water, so you can enjoy a hot meal anywhere. What is a camping stove? A camping stove is a portable, lightweight cooking device that can be...

10 New Podcasts That'll Improve Your Money Mindset

Podcasts are all the rage right now. We even have podcasts that review and recommend other podcasts! I'm proud to say that I'm a podcast junkie, as is most everyone I know. But did you know that your podcast addiction could actually help you manage your personal finances? Here are 10 that will...

Toys ‘R’ Us bankruptcy: What about my gift cards?

What you need to know as the toy retailer attempts to recover from its financial woes The post Toys ‘R’ Us bankruptcy: What about my gift cards? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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Millennials lack confidence to invest, Wells Fargo executive says

Kristi Mitchem says when it comes to money, millennials are less than confident about the markets.

What investors should do now before the bull market gets gored

Preparing your portfolio for a downturn will help fortify you financially and emotionally.

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