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Christmas Bills Have Arrived – You’ve Overspent. Now What?

January 11, 2019

If you’re suffering from a post-holiday spending hangover, take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone. The emotions of the season, the aggressive sales techniques, all coupled with the overall excitement of the holidays can make it feel like we must make a choice between having fun and staying on budget. Let yourself off…

What is the Real Function of Money?

November 14, 2018

Most Americans think about it everyday. Sometimes even, several times a day. It passes easily through our hands. We strive for it; see it on TV and all around us, still yet, we can never seem to get enough of it. The irony of it oddly enough, given all the consideration and value we place…

Lessons Learned From the $687 Million Powerball Jackpot

November 8, 2018

Each year, Americans spend more on lottery tickets than sports teams, books, movies, video games and music combined. Logically, we know that our chances of winning are microscopic (precisely 1 in 292 million), yet we roll the dice anyways. Human nature tells us that we’ve got a real shot at winning the lottery, but we…

Ka-Ching! The History of Currency and Money 💵

October 24, 2018

One of the most significant and impactful human inventions was the creation of money, as a medium of exchange to promote the distribution of goods. Prior to money, transactions were executed through a barter system; exchanging goods you sought with goods you owned. This method of transfer had many problems and the ideal solution was…

8 Spooky Money Statistics Scarier Than Halloween

October 17, 2018

33% of Americans have no money saved for retirement Retiring with nothing is increasingly common as the baby boomer generation retires. Start putting small amounts in retirement savings as soon as you begin working. Even $100 a month from babysitting money gets the ball rolling! Smokers typically spend between $1- $2 million in their lifetime…

5 tips to bring up a casual money chat with friends and family

October 11, 2018

Money is an emotional and intimate topic to broach with close friends and family. From a young age most of us were taught it was impolite to ask or discuss money with people because it’s such a personal topic. Given household consumer debt is on track to top $4 trillion by the end of 2018…

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