Holy Insurance Batman! Understanding Why This Superhero Doesn’t Need Life Insurance is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! In an effort to determine where the basic American understanding of life insurance principles resided, the Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education (LIFE) employed KRC Research to […]

The Best No Interest Credit Cards of Q2 2013

The Best No Interest Credit Cards of Q2 2013 is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! This article was written by Logan Abbott. Logan is a personal finance and credit card expert with over 10 years of experience. He is also the editor of MyRatePlan.com, a […]

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Free Money Is Everywhere, If You Know Where to Look is a post originally published on: Everything Finance – Everything Finance – Its all about Money! After years of being a Penny Hoarder, one remarkable thing I have discovered is that free money is everywhere.  Yes, you may need to jump through some hoops to […]

Cable TV and internet are a major expense for many of us yet Blake Sanders of comparison site Broadband Expert tells us millions of us are over paying by as much as $1,200 every year. Blake shares some tips on how you could slash your bill by switching to a new provider. Don’t limit yourself […]

How to Do Your Taxes if You’re a Parent

Tax Season 2013

Tax season can be a nightmare even if you have done all the right preparation. The key to avoiding a stressful tax season is to start preparing NOW for the returns when you file taxes next year. Putting simple steps into action and you will get the best return with the least amount of stress […]

Top Technical Indicators in the Stock Market

As W. D. Gann had rightly said “I found that over ninety per cent of the traders who go into the market without knowledge or study usually lose in the end.” Technical Indicators can play a major role when you are unsure whether to enter or exit trades. They help you in predicting the stock […]

How Does the Bottom 5th of America Live?

Could you live on an average of less than $10,000 a year? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor 24.4 million households do. But at what price? Statistics from the Consumer Expenditure Survey show the bottom 5th of America get by, but are often in debt spending double their yearly income. Life happens. Maybe you are a retiree […]

Learn why it makes sense to turn your annuity payments into one lump sum rather than payments over time. The easiest way to understand an annuity is to think of insurance in the reverse. Instead of making monthly premium payments to an insurance policy and receiving a lump sum upon your death, you instead invest […]

How to Resist the Urge to Spend

At the core of almost all personal finance advice is this one foundational principle: you have to resist the urge to spend as much as you want. Without that discipline it is difficult if not impossible to reach any type of long-term financial goal. Which is not to say that you can’t spend anything. It […]