Posts By: Anthony Thompson

How You Can Save at the Pump

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For most of us, there’s no getting around the fact that part of our monthly budget needs to take into account the cost of gas. Unless you live near just about everything you need or have reliable public transportation nearby, gas is something you’re going to need to spend money on and often a lot […]

How to Save Money Raising Children

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Without a doubt, raising children can be one of the most joyful experiences of your life. But that doesn’t mean it will always be easy and it most certainly won’t be cheap. However, that doesn’t have to mean it can’t be affordable. If you know what you’re doing, there are all kinds of ways to […]

Essential Budget Advice Most People Could Use

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Everyone should have a budget. Without one, it doesn’t matter how much money you earn, you’ll likely end up wasting plenty of it. This means you’ll be spending hours at work each week for no real reason. Worse still, though, it could also mean that you end up putting yourself and/or your family at risk […]

What to Look for in a Money Manager

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While it’s important to practice responsibility where your money is concerned, sometimes it’s also smart to hire a money manager for assistance. These professionals can help those who struggle with handling their own money or who simply want help taking their finances to another level. The first thing to look for in a money manager […]

What Are Bonds?

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Whether you’re just getting into investing or you’ve been exploring the practice for a while now, you’ve more than likely come across the word “bonds” before. They’re a very popular investment, alongside stocks, mutual funds and commodities. However, just because they’re common doesn’t mean people know what they are. You may also hear bonds referred […]

Stay Away from Penny Stocks

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It doesn’t take a seasoned trader to know the first rule of investing is to buy low and sell high. Therefore, it might seem like penny stocks would make a lot of sense, especially for those of us without a lot to spend. After all, you could easily buy thousands of shares without risking much […]

Are CDs for You?

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Like most people, you probably have a savings account where you keep a large amount of your money. However, you probably also keep it there for long periods of time, meaning it might make sense to put that money toward a CD (Certificate of Deposit) instead. CDs are a type of time deposit. This means […]

A Brief Introduction to Mutual Funds

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If you’re looking to get started with investing, there are probably some common terms you may be wondering about. One very popular option is known as a mutual fund. These funds take money from hundreds or even thousands of people and invest it into everything from stocks to bonds to securities and more, representing a […]

Why People Use Balance Transfers

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Unless you’ve been truly lucky, chances are you have debt just like the rest of us. Although it might not be the crushing kind that affects your every financial decision, that doesn’t mean you don’t want to take care of it as soon as possible. There are a number of advantages that come with having […]

How to Become Debt Free

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When it comes to financial goals, just about everyone has “get out of debt” high up on the list. Debt often represents sound purchases people have made and are still financing. However, whether this is true or the debt represents something far more troublesome, neither makes it any more fun to put up with. So […]

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