Seven Apps That Will Help You Take Control of Your Personal Finances

These days there is an app for everything. There are apps to help you keep fit, there are apps that teach you how to read music, there are apps that teach you to drive; if you can think it, there is a good chance there is an app for it! Some of the best and most popular apps, however, show you how to save money, particularly when it comes to areas such as home loans, life insurance and running a car....

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Four Retirement Planning Tips for Nurses

The healthcare career landscape is evolving, and that includes the nursing profession. Demand for nurses is strong and possibly growing, especially for experienced professionals. As you think about your retirement prospects in the coming years, here are four things to keep in mind. 1. Further Your Training If you haven’t done it already, one key step to taking your nursing career to the next...

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7 Money Saving Hacks for College Students

College students are notoriously poor. Here are seven fairly easy hacks that save you tons of money annually and still boost fun and healthy living. Become a Specimen Image via Flickr by US Army Africa Lots of colleges need people for research projects. These paid jobs offer a lot of diversity and opportunity for college students to earn income. The amount you earn varies from one study to the next....

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Good Personal Borrowing Examples

Debt or borrowing, per se, is not necessarily a bad thing. In some cases, a loan actually provides enough leverage to improve your overall financial standing. The following from ToppFinans are a few examples of good borrowing. Obtaining a Loan to Buy a Home Not too many people can afford to buy a new house in cash. When you need to obtain a housing loan, consider how much money you can afford to pay...

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