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5 Coding Bootcamps That Can Land a 6-Figure Job

With the constant creation of new technologies in overdrive, and almost all of them revolving around the computer industry, it makes sense that computer related jobs are the rise. As a whole, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects computer occupations to grow by 12% over the next ten years. With demand for computer software […]

Comparing The 5 Best Tax Software Programs

More than 27 million taxpayers used computer software to e-file their taxes from home in 2014. Being that was two years ago, I’d venture a guess that the number has gone up since then. So, why the huge jump in e-filing taxpayers? The federal “Free File” program may be one answer. Free File is an alliance between the […]

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How to Calculate the Weighted Expense Ratio of a Portfolio

It’s easy enough to figure out the expense ratio on a single mutual fund or exchange traded fund (ETF). What isn’t as easy is knowing what your expense ratio is throughout your entire portfolio. In order to know what that figure is, you have to calculate the weighted expense ratio of your investments. The expense ratio for […]

Is a Donor Advised Fund Right for You

Is a Donor-Advised Fund Right for You?

My wife and I opened a donor-advised fund several years ago. We chose Vanguard because it’s fees are some of the lowest available anywhere. Having made our charitable contributions through the fund, including donating appreciated stock and mutual fund shares, I thought it was time to cover this unique way to make donations. In addition, […]

BankAmericard Travel Rewards Card Review

BankAmericard Travel Rewards Credit Card Review

The BankAmericard Travel Rewards card is designed for those looking for a single, all-purpose travel rewards credit card. As we’ll cover in this review, the card features no annual fee, and a simple, flat-rate rewards system. Bank of America is also offering some great bonus rewards for new card users at this time. Snapshot Here’s […]

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How to Consolidate Credit Card Debt with a P2P Loan

The best way to eliminate credit card debt is to pay them off as quickly as possible. However, sometimes debt consolidation can be a useful tool as well. If you have excellent credit and can get an interest rate below the average rate you’re paying on your credit cards, using a P2P loan (“peer-to-peer”) can […]

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7 Easy to Use Alternatives to Quicken

Once the darling of personal finance programs, Quicken is set to be sold off or discontinued in the near future. For over 30 years, Quicken has helped customers with their budgets and expense tracking. However, Intuit – the company which owns Quicken – has decided to focus on other areas of their business. According to an […]

3 Ingredients to building lasting wealth

The 3 Ingredients to Building Lasting Wealth

Building wealth isn’t rocket science. Sure it can be hard to spend less than you make. And investing can be a bit overwhelming at first. But the math behind wealth is really simple. It only has three ingredients. And that’s true whether you’re Warren Buffett or a school teacher. It doesn’t matter how much you […]

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CouponCabin: Your One-Stop Shop for Savings

If you’re looking to save money shopping either online or in person, Coupon Cabin could be the “one-stop shop” you’re looking for. This service has it all: online coupons, printable coupons, searchable sales, and members-only deals. With the overwhelming number of deals, sales, and coupons available today – especially for online purchases – it’s no […]

Cyber Monday Deals

7 Tips to Find the Best Cyber Monday Deals

Holiday shopping season is upon us, and you, like many gift-givers, may be wondering how to get the best deals on all those gifts you need to buy. Savvy bargain shoppers have been working Black Friday for years, but you may be less familiar with how to get a great deal on Cyber Monday. Though […]

Best Broker Bonuses

Best Broker Promotions, Deals, and Bonuses of 2016

The investment brokerage industry has become incredibly competitive, with firms routinely offering all kinds of incentives – from cash bonuses to free trades and more. As can be expected, the offers – and the firms making them – change throughout the year. Below is a list of ten brokerage firms and their promotions, deals and […]

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