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How Much Home You Can Buy for $300,000 in Every State

GOBankingRates answers the question on home buyers’ minds: “How much home can I afford where I live?” LOS ANGELES, May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — In a recent study, GOBankingRates examined how much home you can buy for $300,000 in each U.S. state and the District of Columbia. The findings reveal that your money can buy nearly… Read more

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Teenagers Already Have Retirement on the Brain

When it comes to money, your teenager might be surprisingly responsible. A study recently released by the Center for Generational Kinetics, a research firm in Austin, Texas, found that 12 percent of Gen Zers—or people under age 18—are already saving for retirement. Another 35 percent of them say they have plans to start putting money away… Read more

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How To Buy Fitness Equipment Online and Save Money

How To Buy Fitness Equipment Online and Save Money It’s important for consumers to know some good tips before they buy fitness equipment online. The first thing most people think about is finding good quality products at discount prices. Saving money is certainly something that everyone likes to do, especially when they are buying expensive workout… Read more

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Can You Pass Personal Finance 101? Take The Quiz To Find Out

Sure, everyone knows it’s smart to save money. But do you know how much of your income you should set aside? What about the habit that makes the biggest impact on your credit score? Or what you should consider when looking to refinance your student loan debt? Knowing the right answers can help you navigate through… Read more

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Credit Cards Trends For Millennials Compared To Past Generations [VIDEO]

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. As time passes, each generation adapts to its surrounding, leading to persistent change, generation after generation. But what does this mean for generational differences when it comes to finances, specifically credit cards? In this video segment, The Motley Fool analysts (and millenials themselves) discuss recent research that attempts… Read more

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The 10 Most Important Things Everyone Should Know About Personal Finance

Q&A site Quora. Photo: Quora This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by James Altucher. A) Don’t get a salary. A salary will never make you money. B) Don’t invest any of your money. Investing is for wealth preservation, not wealth creation, so first you have to make wealth C) Come up with ten ideas a… Read more

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Young generation emerges as big spenders using credit

The traditional frugality of Chinese people and their high rate of household savings are being challenged by the younger generation, who are motivated to spend with borrowed money, a new study has found. One in four of those aged between 18 and 27 use pay-by-credit services Ant Check Later, a personal loan and installment service under… Read more

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Young generation emerges as big spenders using credit

The traditional frugality of Chinese people and their high rate of household savings are being challenged by the younger generation, who are motivated to spend with borrowed money, a new study has found. One in four of those aged between 18 and 27 use pay-by-credit services Ant Check Later, a personal loan and installment service under… Read more

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