Spring Clean Your Finances

Maybe you’ve already start some Spring cleaning projects in your home but now you can use your Spring cleaning skills elsewhere…your finances! Today we’re bringing you 8 helpful tidbits to cleaning up your finances. Here’s one, “take time this spring to opt for paperless billing wherever possible.” The article continues by saying going paperless can not only have environmental benefits but can help with your own personal paper mess. To read more tips, CLICK HERE.

What You Need To Know

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Today’s article reveals information about stocks and the things you need to know. According to this read, you may want to “…ditch some of your stocks or shift into industries in which insiders aren’t heavily selling, such as energy, financials and basic industrials.” To read the article, CLICK HERE.

Retiring Not Only Happy But RICH!

Financial TimerYour timer for saving more than pennies for retirement may be going off soon. But saving up for it can seem like a scary task. How do you know if you’ll be able to retire and live free of financial woes? This week we bring you an article that gives you the recipe to retiring well off. One of the rules, for example, discusses your risks in investments. The rule goes on to mention that you should do plenty of research to optimize your investment potential. To read the article, CLICK HERE.

High School Grads Now Compete With College Grads

Employment“The jobless rate of Americans ages 25 to 34 who have only completed high school grew 4.3 percentage points to 10.6 percent in 2013 from 2007, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data.” That’s the statistic seen in this week’s article. It explains how there may be a new trend on the horizon. College graduates are apparently fighting with high school graduates over low wage positions. To read the article, CLICK HERE.