Family Finances Archive

Is It Still Fashionable to Follow One’s Passion When Choosing a College Degree?

When one grabs any classic novel or even a movie that has something to do with picking a college degree, more often than not, there is one phrase that pops up i.e. follow your passion. While that advice has been passed down from generation to generation, the time has now come to question if indeed [&hellip

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Four amazing ways to support children studying abroad

If a child is going abroad to study, then it is both an exciting and worrying time for the parents. Even if they have already made the trip, you will probably still feel anxious for them and are wanting to do all you can to help keep them safe. Figures from recent years show that [&hellip

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Tips to trade the financial market successfully if you are a parent

According to Olsson Capital’s team of financial advisors, financial markets are a lucrative investment from where you earn more coin and supplement your monthly salary. The markets offer a very promising investment front where you can get quite a substantial amount of money. However, they are also very risky and require a lot of due [&hellip

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Getting Financially Prepared To Shop Cars

When you are ready to get financially prepared to shop cars you should start with cars.com. They can help you learn how to research vehicles with great ease, as well as how to calculate what you need in order to buy a new or used car, and also  provide you with loads of other free [&hellip

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Should You Choose a Payday Loan or Another Option?

In a perfect world, you would always know the exact date that your car will need to be repaired and be able to budget for the expense. Your expenses would always be less than your income, allowing you to have a savings account to ensure your financial stability. Unfortunately, in the real world, cars and [&hellip

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More Than Half of Americans Don’t Have Emergency Savings Account

It’s generally known that having saved enough money to cover six months’ worth of expenses is the best you can do to protect your financial stability. If you are doing well now it doesn’t guarantee you the same financial reality in the case of emergency. You may become temporarily disabled, lose your job, or get [&hellip

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