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3 Hidden Dangers of Credit Cards

Building your credit is important but using a credit card can almost be compared to playing with fire. Sure, fire can come in handy, but burn too much and that bonfire can get out of control. Did you know that the average US household credit card debt is at $15,863 (counting only the households that have credit card debt)? If …

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Labor Day Like You Want To!

Everybody’s Working for The Weekend: Whether your the butcher, the baker, or the candle stick maker your life probably goes a little something like this (work/school-life-sleep-repeat)! Americans work their taxes off if you know what I mean and Labor Day serves as a much deserved Holiday from the daily grind. Although Americans don’t actually celebrate the concept of work on …

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Big Banks (0.75%) vs. Students (3.86 %) -Who should pay lower interest rates?

THE STATE OF YOUR STUDENT LOANS: The land of The Free and The Home of The Brave. Nowadays most Americans wish that applied to the cost of college tuition. If you haven’t heard Student Debt is now the number one debt in America (hovering just above 1 Trillion). On July 1st, student interest rates doubled on government loans from (3.4 …

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Wealth Inequality & The Death of the American Worker

WEALTH INEQUALITY IN AMERICA: Make no mistake, wealth inequality in America is a clear and present danger! In case you missed it an eye opening video providing a great explanation went viral on YouTube eight months ago. The video explains the general consensus regarding what people think opposed to the reality of wealth inequality.¬†As a matter of fact it has …

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“Know Before You Owe” -The CFPB Stands for The Middle Class!

THE STATE OF AMERICA: Times are tough for many Americans. The middle class is under attack. Families are losing their homes, college grads are not finding jobs, and student loan interest rates are ever increasing. In addition, predatory payday lenders are taking advantage of those with nowhere else to turn. Lately, Americans are finding it hard not feel like their …