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Category Archives: Personal finance

Getting ready for the inevitable financial independence day

Not every independence day is cause for joy and celebration. In fact, two of the synonyms of independence are most telling of this: separation and self-sufficiency. What if we add financial to the mix? Financial independence, financial self-sufficiency, financial separation.

Students think about financial literacy at Porter-Billups Leadership Academy

The program taught kids about money in the modern age and promises scholarships to students who participate for several semesters.

The hidden cost for stay-at-home American parents

The decision around whether to go back to work after having a baby — and pay for child care — is already difficult. American parents can now add another stark financial figure to their calculations.

Millennials don’t want a car, a house or the credit history it takes to finance them — yet

Nearly two-thirds of millennials don’t have a credit card, surprising analysts who expected the number of young people with plastic to grow with the improved economy. Bankrate, a personal-finance publisher, released a report Monday showing that only 33 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 29 have credit cards, compared with 68 percent of people who are 65 […]

What’s The Plan for someone who divorced, retired, moved across the country and started a business

Experiencing several major changes all at once can make your life seem chaotic. This week we look at a woman who recently divorced, retired, moved across the country and started a business, all in a short window of time.

College grads are educated, but not in matters of personal finance

Behind the confident smiles of recent college grads are worries about debt, credit scores and money.

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