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Crowdfunding has caught fire for individual projects and startups. There has been little protection for investors; funded projects could blow through the money with no recourse. The new JOBS Act aims to help protect individual investors from this.
We all stress about our personal finances at one time or another. Whether we require money to meet short term obligations, or just want to stay balanced over the long-term, we know it’s up to us to get a grip on our money before it gets a grip on us.
The new credit card rules exist to protect consumers like you. In essence, the rules affect you in numerous ways—and a majority of the changes are beneficial to you.
Had enough of your credit card debt? Here's how to eliminate it once and for all.
explanation of Payday vs. Personal Loans
If consumers prioritize their bills and pay them in the order of importance, they should experience fewer difficulties in the financial aspect of their life. What should you do?
Unemployment income offers a small percentage of what you used to make in your normal job. Unfortunately, you need to stretch that income as far as possible. Here are 3 tips on surviving unemployment: from cutting back to finding new employment.
Every few months a new report comes out detailing a massive credit card number data breach. Sometimes it is from a specific retailer and other times it comes directly from the credit card processor. How do you know if your account is impacted?
Pay yourself first is a common strategy to help you save money for emergencies. In reality, pay yourself only works if you are making more money than you are spending. Reality says you need to pay the companies you owe money to first before yourself.
If your New Year’s resolution for 2011 is to finally climb out of debt, this may just be your year. When you put the right steps and tools in place to make it happen, you can finally climb out from underneath the debt monster holding you back.