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Jennifer Leonhardi

Jennifer Leonhardi was born and raised on Catalina Island, giving her a unique small town perspective and focus on community. With a degree in Sociology, she now primarily enjoys writing, largely based on her own experiences, on topics such as financial assistance programs, issues concerning the home and family, and socioeconomic trends.

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Why is Saving Money So Dang Hard?

Published 08/12/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

Saving money is a difficult task for many people in America today. The concept of “saving now to be able to enjoy later” is a hard one to grasp, but one that could make the difference between financial disaster and financial freedom in the future.

FICO, the creator of the most widely used credit scoring software, announced on Thursday that it will be releasing its newest product very soon. FICO® Score 9 will include three major changes which could potentially impact millions of consumers across America who are currently struggling with certain kinds of debt.

10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Applying For A Student Loan

Published 08/10/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

For many students, loans provide the financial means to bridge the gap between personal resources and the costs associated with college or graduate school. Many experts consider student loan debt to be a type of “good” debt because the education you obtain after high school often allows you to enter career fields that will help you earn a good and stable living. But loans also represent a financial obligation that should be taken seriously.

College can certainly be one of the most anticipated and exciting times in a young person’s life. Being out on your own for the first time and experiencing the real world is certainly what it’s all about.

Buying a new mobile phone can be stressful and confusing. There are so many choices out there and so many companies who want your business, it can be difficult to find what you really need at the best price.

There are times in life when unexpected bills show up, and despite our best planning efforts, we are not always prepared to be able to pay for everything. Whether it is due to a sudden loss of income, car trouble, or other surprises, there are times that you may find no other option than to take out a loan.

The rich and elite individuals who are among the wealthiest in the world have the unique privilege of enjoying some of life’s greatest luxuries. Palaces scattered across the globe, the fastest and sleekest cars on earth, private jets to get them from place to place, and some even own their own private islands.

8 Surprising Life and Money Lessons from Adam Sandler Movies

Published 06/03/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

Whether you love him or can’t stand him, there’s no denying the fact that Adam Sandler is one of America’s greatest comedic geniuses of our time. He is probably best known for his funny and sometimes raunchy comedic films that seem to have no point other than to make us laugh until our sides ache. While this may be true, there are a surprising number of life and money lessons hidden in some of his greatest hits. In case you were laughing too hard to catch them while you were watching these great movies, here are a few you may have missed:

America’s Best And Worst Banks

Published 05/14/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

How do you choose which bank fits your personal needs? While many people have had great interactions with their bank of choice, there are still others who swear that dealing with their financial institution is like pulling teeth.

20 Reasons Why Los Angeles Is The Best City In The US

Published 05/08/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

Many people feel a great sense of pride in their community and feel that it is among the best in the country. But few can compare to the great city of Los Angeles. LA is literally one of the few places in the world where people from every nation come to see their dreams come true, to achieve their goals and to reach their ultimate potential. It is a city that is about opportunity, creativity, culture and experience.

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