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Staying on Trend with Your Money: A Look at the Latest Trends in Personal Finance

Personal finance trends are changing and with those changes come the opportunities to build a stronger investment portfolio, reduce debt levels and increase savings for the future. It’s also a good idea to reflect on what trends weren’t working for your financial situation last year.
Here is a quick look at some of the latest trends in personal finance and you can use them to your advantage.
Lower income taxes
It’s possible that 2017 could see income taxes reduced, under changes proposed by President Trump. While some people could potentially save plenty of …

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Learn How To Day Trade

The first step to learn how to day trade is simple: Learn how to be disciplined. That is the easiest way to avoid getting caught up in the emotional back and forth of the daily market. You have to take your heart out of the game and just go with your head.
Rational decision making is what day trading is all about. If you want to be a day trader, do your initial research. Seek out Warrior Trading on Twitter so you can see how a day trading education site lays …

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Saving Time And Money with Your Computers

Computers can be very expensive. They use loads of power. And, they cost a small fortune to buy in bulk. Along with this, they also love to become outdated and are very prone to failure. All of this together makes for a very costly experience. And, one that most businesses could definitely do without. Of course, you need computers, though. So, you have to deal with at least some of the cost. Thankfully, there are some nice ways to make this area much cheaper for yourself. And it doesn’t take …

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Money Saving Tips for Postgraduate Students

In most cases, you will need to have graduated from college with your bachelor’s degree before studying on a master’s program such as an MSN administration. Because of this, many master’s students are already in a lot of student debt and wanting to do whatever they can to keep the cost of their further education down. Studying at the master’s level is certainly an investment that can pay off for your career. So, here are our top tips for getting your master’s degree and saving money at the same time.
Study …

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6 Reasons to Refinance Your Home

If done correctly, taking out a refinance home loan can save you thousands of dollars in interest, and free up some cash. However, it’s a difficult decision to make. Refinancing frequently, for the sake of being able to make large purchases, can lead to an unstable financial future, and risks of high debt. Here are six reasons why refinancing your home might be the right decision for you and your family.
To Reduce Payments
If you refinance at the right time, you could find your repayments dramatically lowered. Be careful, though, as …

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Help People with a Career in Finance (and Make Money!)

When you are in your 20s, your job priorities may be having lots of time for yourself, working with a sense of purpose, and/or being employed by a company that makes it a mission to help people. Sectors such as finance may not present an obvious appeal, plus salary considerations may be further down the scale.
However, you would do well to get an online masters degree in accounting from UAB or from one of the many fine schools that offer such degrees. With the proper job search parameters, you can …

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Don’t Get Caught Breaking These Bizarre Traffic Laws

It seems as if even the commonplace traffic laws are difficult to keep track of. They often vary wildly depending upon the state (or even the municipality), and the actual text of the laws contain technicalities and details that are often impossible to understand unless you graduated from law school. But even they seem straightforward and normal compared to this collection of weird traffic laws that will truly leave you scratching your head in bewilderment. Some of these are funny, some are infuriating, some made sense at one point or …

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Surviving As A Young Family

The cliché is that it’s never a good time to have a child, and it’s a cliché because it’s true. Whatever your age, and whatever your circumstances the notion of having a child can fill you with dread and especially at such a young age. Many people have children before they even turn 20 and the pressures on them emotionally are massive. The task of bringing up a child while looking for work or surviving on a one-person income, making the money spread out to be enough for 3 or …