Month: March 2018

Children’s Clothing Options That Are Budget Friendly

When it comes to buying clothes for children, this is an area that can become an expensive endeavor. It is also an area of a parent’s financial responsibilities that are affected by the age of the child for which they are buying these clothes. Obviously, the threads they buy for their teenager will tend to […]

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How to Save Money for a Rainy Day

Saving money for a rainy day may seem impossible at times. Everything around us seems to be increasing in price, yet your pay probably remains stagnant. Everyone should attempt to put away money for an emergency, even if it’s only a little at a time. If you don’t already have one, then you probably often […]

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World Backup Day: 4 Ways To Protect Your Devices Against Hacks

March 31st is World Backup Day, the brainchild of a couple users on Reddit who, after losing their own information, wanted to raise awareness about the many ways data is playing an increasingly important role in our lives, and how critical it’s become to regularly backup and protect your digital information. “It’s not only a […]

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Credit Scores and How They Came to Be

Prior to the creation of credit scores, financial institutions and lenders would often develop their own creditworthiness score to assess the risk of lending to that particular person. This “score” would vary significantly from one lender to the next. The major issue with this innovative method was that it was based solely on the lender’s […]

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