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Survey Reveals Common Money Misconceptions
Survey Reveals Common Money Misconceptions
April
23

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People think they know more about money than they actually do, according to a new survey highlighting common money myths and attitudes about finances. Continue reading

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Millennials Struggle Financially While Gen X and Baby Boomers Prosper
Millennials Struggle Financially While Gen X and Baby Boomers Prosper

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There has seen a generational shift in who is doing better financially, according to a recent PwC survey. Millennials, also known as Generation Y and representing people ages 21 to 31—are carrying higher balances on credit cards and having ... Continue reading
College-Bound Grads Need a Money 101 Course
College-Bound Grads Need a Money 101 Course

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High school graduates may be well versed in math, science, English and humanities, but a new study points out one glaring omission in their educations—financial literacy. Continue reading
Prom Budget Plummets
Prom Budget Plummets

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Prom season is fast approaching, but the average household with a teenager planning to attend the big dance is not budgeting quite as much for corsages, limos and attire this year. According to Visa’s annual prom spending survey, American ... Continue reading
Credit Expected to Increase as Well as Risk
Credit Expected to Increase as Well as Risk

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Risk managers at North American banks foresee a greater demand for credit leading to increased balances, and increased risk for credit issuers. Continue reading
Women Opening Companies Twice as Fast
Women Opening Companies Twice as Fast

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The rate at which women are opening new businesses has doubled in the last three years. Female entrepreneurs start over 1,000 businesses a day accounting for 30% of all new companies, according to a new study. Continue reading
Reward Yourself for Paying Taxes
Reward Yourself for Paying Taxes

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Paying taxes is no fun. But if you must render to the government, you may be able to lessen the pain by using a credit card that earns rewards on your payment to Uncle Sam. Continue reading
Parents Pass on Bad Financial Habits to Kids
Parents Pass on Bad Financial Habits to Kids

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Learning how to manage money effectively is an essential life skill—but one that many parents struggle to teach their children. A survey by T. Rowe Price found that although a majority of parents strive to set a good example for their ... Continue reading
Prepaid Cards More Affordable Than Checking Accounts
Prepaid Cards More Affordable Than Checking Accounts

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Prepaid is increasingly the way to go for many consumers today. General purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid cards are growing in popularity because they are increasingly accessible and in many cases more economical than basic checking ... Continue reading
Buying Edges Out Renting in Real Estate Survey
Buying Edges Out Renting in Real Estate Survey

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Spring is traditionally a peak time for real estate, with many people planning to move as the weather gets warmer. But this year, more people are planning to rent than buy—a reversal of last year’s trend, according to an American Express ... Continue reading

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