"Spent: Looking for Change" follows the stories of everyday Americans who earn, save, and spend money but don't have access to some of the financial tools most take for granted. Learn more at: http://www.spentmovie.com
Derek Robinson's insight:
Great Documentary on the Predatory Financial System and it's Effect on some in the "Middle Class"...Check it out! #NFO4LIFE
It's common if you're wealthy to worry about losing your fortune due to forces beyond your control, like market meltdowns or economic stagnation. But what many don’t realize is that their own behavior may be the root of significant losses. Here are 7 wealth-draining behaviors to avoid: 1. Chasing top-performing money managers [...]
With the national student loan debt over $1.2 trillion, will more high school grads cause the student loan debt bubble to explode? Not if students research other options for paying for and saving for college during high school.
Talk about boom and busts. Investment clubs, which have gone from being a social phenomenon with more than 200,000 members in the mid-90s to around 6,000 today, seem to follow the fortunes of the stock market. Two crashes and recessions in this century have really hurt their membership. But now investment [...]
Though many individuals eagerly await the possibility of student loan forgiveness, strict stipulations and changing laws may leave some debt-burdened grads with huge un-paid tabs and reduced – or no - help in sight.
Yes, wages are stagnant and yes, the cost of living keeps getting higher. It hardly seems fair to your wallet. However, a new analysis determined that in 17 of the nation’s 18 largest metropolitan areas, there’s no need to spend more than you make just to cover your essential expenses – that when annual median after-tax incomes are stacked against annual median spending statistics, the net difference isn’t just more than zero, it’s sometimes as high as $24,000. Here's a look at the best cities for savers.
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