When Should You Start Cutting Off Your Children Financially?
Everyone's situation is different, but the goals should be the same.
By: Geoff Williams
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March 28, 2019
|HuffPost - Life Money
There's no right or wrong answer as to when a parent should cut off their children financially - compiled are a few questions to ask that may provide a resolution. Instead of asking when to "cut the cord" try to determine how. How should funds be given out to kids and do they understand the value of money?
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Best Credit-building Strategies after Graduating College
There are many ways to build your credit, whether you’re working full time, freelancing or traveling
By: Brady Porche
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March 19, 2019
|CreditCards.com
Establishing a strong credit history after you graduate from college can be tricky, especially if you have little on which to build. If you have a student loan account in good standing or have your own credit card with no missed payments, you’re off to a great start. There are numerous ways to build credit, whether you start from scratch or with a brief history of payments. The best strategy depends on your post-graduation plans — whether you aim to get a full-time job, a string of freelance gigs or travel the world for a year.
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14 Areas Where Your Business May Be Bleeding Money
By: Expert Panel
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February 6, 2019
|Forbes Finance Council
Running a business is a complex process and with so many types of businesses and industry services, it can be difficult to know which area within a company is wasting hard earned money. The Forbes Finance Council has enlisted its 14 members to highlight where businesses might be wasting funds.
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15 Steps Entrepreneurs Need To Take To Start 2019 Off On The Right Financial Foot
By: Expert Panel
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January 15, 2019
|Forbes Finance Council
Small business owners can gain valuable advice from the expert panelists of the Fobes Finance Council on how best to align their strategies for the new year and ensure financial growth for the future. Each small step will bring you closer to starting off on the right financial foot - like paying off some of your own debts to strengthen your position for later.
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Wage Garnishment: What Is It and How Can It Impact Your Income?
Resolve your credit card and student loan debt to avoid getting a portion of your paycheck withheld.
By: Geoff Williams
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October 22, 2018
|US News and World Report Money
Wage garnishment is not to be taken lightly. There are different scenarios and associated costs for each situation, but if your wages are being garnished by any amount, one thing is clear, your financial life is a mess. Though you may not clean it up quickly, there are steps that can improve your circumstances like negotiating a payment plan with your creditor or seeking help from a credit counselor.
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7 Smart Ways to Spend a $1,000 Tax Refund
If you're indecisive, you may find this is more stressful than not getting a $1,000 tax refund at all.
By: Geoff Williams
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February 21, 2017
You could be coming into some money soon. According to the Internal Revenue Service, in 2016, 111 million Americans received tax refunds, with the average amount being $2,860.
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