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Is a Debt Management Plan Right for You?

Working your way out of the red and into the black can be one of the most stressful processes in life. Getting out of debt can be akin to catching sand, with your best efforts bearing little fruit and many solutions having obvious pitfalls. The rise of

How You Can Reduce Your Electric Bill

As temperatures rise, so does the average utility bill. The summer months can be particularly brutal as far as electric costs go, and depending on the size of your home, you may end up paying more than you should have to. Selecting an affordable electric company should

Saving Money on Healthcare Costs

Healthcare costs are some of the largest expenses Americans face today. The rise of pharmaceutical companies and the increase of insurance rates have lead to an all-time high of medical debt. In 2014, the Affordable Care Act has helped alleviate some of the crushing burden placed on

Batteries You Should Have at Home

With as many appliances in the modern home that run strictly on electricity, it’s easy to forget how useful and important it is to have a stash of batteries on hand. Radios, flashlights and cell phones can all run on batteries, and all of them will come

You’re Only Rich if You Own These (Infographic)

Gambling can be a funny old game. Sometimes you’re up, and sometimes you’re down. When you’re doing well, it can be tempting to flaunt your luck and show the world how successful you are. However, unless you own some of the items listed below, nobody’s ever going

Know your Investment Options

There are several options for investing your money. Finding the one that is right for you requires a certain amount of investigation. Consulting with experts in the field may provide additional information that can be then be applied. Most importantly; each investment needs to suit your personal