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Saving money is a big challenge for many consumers. Whether it’s trying find money to put away for retirement, a college fund for your children or simply a small emergency fund when things go array it can seem almost impossible to start building savings in this economic environment. However most people have disposable income and by focusing on your spending habits, comparison shopping and learning about ways to save money its quite possible for anyone to build a better financial profile.
From tuition to books to rent there are few greater expenses than a college education. Learn some money saving tips for creating a college fund, attending college on a budget and well, just saving money in general for school.
Thinking about retirement? Is the end already near? Having money for a comfortable retirement is something far too many of us fail to properly prepare for. Learn some retirement saving tips and tricks today.
The fastest way to save money is reduce your everyday expenses but how do you that. After all, do you need a $500 iPhone, $10 drinks and the latest car right? Believe it or not, you don't. Get a grip on reality today.
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7 Things You Can Stop Paying For Without Feeling Deprived
7 Things You Can Stop Paying For Without Feeling Deprived

If you’re like most Americans, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed when it comes time to pay your bills. Watching your paycheck disappear in less than an hour can be demoralizing, and budgeting expenses can be exhausting. Although streamlining your bills is important, it can be hard to decide what services you can cut and which are essential. You may be surprised at how many essential services you can get for free or an exceptionally […]

Does Housing Need to Cost So Much?
Does Housing Need to Cost So Much?

Compared to other developed nations, Americans spend a massive amount on housing. The average American pays about 30% of their income on rent or mortgage costs, and some people spend substantially more. Housing is the single greatest expense for nearly all Americans, and it’s one of the hardest to trim from your budget. If you already own a home or rent an apartment, your cost of living there is basically fixed, and getting out of […]

What Are We Spending Our Money On?
What Are We Spending Our Money On?

By Alan Dunn – Follow Alan on Twitter @alangdunn or Google Plus It can be easy to feel a disconnect between the money you earn, the money you spend and the things you own. For many people, getting control of their finances is impossible until they actually understand where they’re spending the most money. Many websites, books and TV shows will give well-meaning advice about saving money, but their tips won’t help you if you […]

Pro Athletes: Are They Really Worth the Pay?
Pro Athletes: Are They Really Worth the Pay?

By Alan Dunn – Follow Alan on Twitter @alangdunn or Google Plus It’s no secret that celebrities make more money than other people. From movie stars and reality TV personalities to professional athletes, people who live and work in the public eye get compensated extremely well. In the case of professional athletes, the sums can be astronomical. The average salary of an NBA player is about $5 million, and extremely skilled players can earn substantially […]

How Much Will the 2012 Election Cost?
How Much Will the 2012 Election Cost?

By Alan Dunn – Follow Alan on Twitter @alangdunn or Google Plus Elections are never cheap, and the cost of electoral campaigns seems to be rising with each passing presidency. The 2008 election was the costliest in history, but this year’s may break the record by 7%. An estimated $5.8 billion will be spent on the election, and outside spending may cause that figure to jump more before the election is over. As of the […]