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Category Archives for Money Management

Paying the Minimum Monthly Balance on Your Credit Card

What’s the Cost of Paying the Minimum Monthly Balance on Your Credit Card?

If you have a high balance on your credit card, it’s often tempting to ignore it and only pay the minimum payments. However, this could become really expensive in the long run, and you may end up

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Reviews on Brice Capital

While debt has been a growing problem faced by consumers over the years, it was exacerbated when the pandemic emerged last year. After a wave of business failures, millions of people were laid off

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3 Really Stupid Things that Really Smart People Do With their Money

In between eating from his box of chocolate and regaling bystanders with tales of magic shoes and war heroics, Forrest Gump sagely reminded us that “stupid is as stupid does.” You tell ‘em Forrest.

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Preparing for Student Financial Expenses

Many of us understand that unforeseen circumstances may require you to pay out money you hadn’t planned to spend and might not have. To help soften the blow when this happens, you can better prepare

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How Brice Capital Helped Me Consolidate Debt So I Could Invest in the Spotify IPO

When Spotify broke all the rules this Spring by listing their shares on the New York Stock Exchange instead of taking the traditional route of hiring underwriters to introduce the stock to the financial

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why can't i save for retirement

The 3 Real Reasons You Are Not Saving for Retirement

In a recent survey I asked why people were not saving for retirement. A whopping 51.6% said that it was because they did not have enough money. I compare this to the reason behind why many people do not

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how much to save

How Much Should You be Saving to Get Everything You Want

One of the most asked questions in personal finance is: how much should I be saving? Unfortunately, there is not a nice straight forward answer. You might be asking, “but everyone says to save 15% of

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financial education

Your Problem is Not Lack of Financial Education

  Financial education- we all know we need more, we don’t teach it and education is the key to having financially wise people. I am here to say – bullshit!   Financial education

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Are You a Good Candidate for Financial Coaching?

Thinking about hiring a financial coach? Not sure if you are a good candidate for financial coaching? Ensuring that coaching is right for you can save you time and money. Following are some traits and

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financial advisor or financial coach

Who to Help? Financial Advisor, Coach, Educator or Mentor

Do you ever get confused when trying to figure out what type of  financial help that you need? There seems to be a never ending line of different titles that you can choose from: financial advisor, financial

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