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Why You Should Have a Financial Plan Before You Get Married

As June approaches, so does the excitement of thousands of young couples looking forward to their happy day. A wedding is an emotional event. Choosing who you want to marry and actually getting married will affect the rest of your life. Picking the wrong person can lead to divorce, which is devastating emotionally and financially. […]

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Do Debt Management Plans Work for More than Just Credit Card Debt?

So you’ve reached the point with your finances where you know you need help. Your debt is too big and monthly payments are taking too much of your income for you to get out of debt on your own. You want to consolidate your debts with a debt management program, but how do you know […]

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MoneySlinger Creator Lee Roesner Explains the Importance of Mean-Based Budgeting on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 5:30 PM Eastern, MoneySlinger creator Lee Roesner joined David Domzalski on Financial Bin Radio to talk about how his program uses means-based budgeting. From MoneySlinger.com: Today, most traditional personal budgeting systems (if not all) use an accounting method normally referred to as zero-based budgeting. What you’re learning about here is MoneySlinger’s […]

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Rebuilding Your Credit Through Responsible Spending

Your credit score is something you need to take seriously. Having poor credit will cause many unnecessary obstacles in your life. Securing steady employment could be difficult even if you are great worker. Getting a loan will cost you more in interest charges. Obtaining a decent apartment will be a hassle as well. However, you […]

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It’s Wedding Season. But, Can You Afford to Say “I Do”?

The weather is getting warmer and flowers are blooming. We all know what that means — it’s wedding season! Weddings have become a $50 billion industry in America.  As of this year, the average cost of a wedding is about $27,000 per couple. To make matters more complicated, the majority of weddings are paid by […]

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Hey Gen Y: Stop Playing the Victim Card and Get Over It!

I’m sick and tired of the ridiculous line that members of my generation need help from the government, their families, or anybody but the person that stares back at them in the mirror to succeed. I get annoyed seeing articles like this one from US News & World Report that talk of how frustrated my […]

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Author & Professor Mitchell Weiss on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On Tuesday, March 27, 2012, David Domzalski of the Financial Bin spoke with Mitchell Weiss, Author of Life Happens: A Practical Guide to Personal Finance from College Through Career and professor of Finance at Hartford University. Mitch, a former lender and financial CEO, has a unique perspective on the financial lives of young adults. Unlike […]

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Choosing a Financial Advisor: It’s Simpler Than You Think

If your goal is financial independence, or at least a comfortable retirement, you may want a financial advisor to manage your investment portfolio.  Sure, it’s possible to do it yourself, but unless you have the skill, the time, and the drive to manage your own investments, you may be better off using an advisor.  Choosing […]

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