Dvorkin on Debt Archive, Page 38

Why You Need To Be Careful About Moving Bank Accounts
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 20, 2014
Banks are running promotions to get you to switch. Here’s how to make some money and not lose any when switching bank accounts.
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Can the country get better and worse at the same time?
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 13, 2014
Last week saw lots of good news about the economic outlook – and bad news about people. Here's the good and bad of the current economy.
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Democrats and Republicans are both wrong on student loans
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 6, 2014
Republicans and Democrats disagree on many things, including student loans. Here's some nonpartisan perspective on the student loan crisis.
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How to give your adult children money – the right way
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 29, 2014
You can teach your sons and daughters about money, even after they’re all grown up, with a family loan. Have no fear, advice is here.
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Apple Pay: high tech or impending wreck?
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 22, 2014
Apple’s new digital wallet service has everyone talking, but it has me worrying. Read this article to weight the pros and con and determine if Apple pay is right for you.
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China vs. America: Who teaches money better?
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 15, 2014
If you believe one study, China’s teenagers are financially smarter than our own. America should follow China and really educate the youth about finances.
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