Financial Literacy for Kids by David Milberg

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Top Real Estate Trends in New York in 2017 by David Milberg

Location, location, location — these are the timeless key words used to describe real estate buying and selling especially in New York. In 2017, the Big Apple experienced a lot of changes in infrastructure. Read about these rare occurrences that have resulted in five trend.  Read more

Doug Martin’s Football Future in Doubt After Statement

People from all walks of life battle addiction and drug issues, but when the person with the problem is a star player in the National Football League, the admission makes the front page. Such is the case for Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin. Read more

6 Savvy Ways to Save More of your Take Home Income in NYC

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. It is the most populated city in the United States, and a city with over eight million people does not leave a lot of space. Since space is scarce, it is expensive. The average size for a single bedroom apartment is 750 square feet, and the average cost for a single bedroom apartment in the entire city is $2700 a month. Living in New York City requires the average New Yorker to be financially savvy. Here are six savvy ways to save money in New York City. Read more

Tax Saving Strategies for High Income Earners

High-income earners use similar strategies that middle-income earners use to lower their taxable income. The only difference is that the numbers are bigger for high-income earners. They both take advantage of the home mortgage interest deduction, tax-advantaged retirement savings accounts, charitable donations, and other tax-reducing programs to lower their taxes. The distinction needs to be made between high income earners who are business owners and investors as opposed to those who are considered employees.

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U.K. Financial Tips for the Upcoming Holiday Season

If you want to avoid starting next year with a pile of debt, plan well, shop smart and remember the main reason for the upcoming holiday season. These budgeting tips will help you shop smart and make the most of your money. Read more

How to Find the Right Financial Adviser for Your Family

Finding a financial adviser can be a difficult task, but with a little work you can find the right one for you and your family. The problem with some Americans today is they do not manage their money well. That is why we need a financial adviser. Don’t get me wrong, some of us manage our money pretty good.

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The Power of Compound Interest

Compound interest plus patience equals wealth. It’s one of the oldest and most reliable equations in the world of finance. Even a relatively low interest rate can produce a great deal of money over time if it compounds frequently. It also generates income at a predictable rate, which is more than can be said for most other investments on the market. Read more

5 Tips For Saving Money on College Textbooks

Today the cost required to attend college is higher than ever. Not only must college students consider the cost of tuition; they must also plan for the ever-increasing costs of housing, food, social outings, and textbooks. The amount of money spent on tuition is rather difficult to adjust. In comparison, by taking a few simple steps, a typical college student can save a significant amount of money when acquiring textbooks. Following are a few simple steps to follow to save significantly on books. Read more

What Age to Start a Savings Account and Why?

It is never too early to start saving money. In fact, the earlier that you start, the easier it may be to get into the habit of saving and budgeting your money in general. Therefore, parents may want to open a savings account for their child as soon as he or she is born. Read more

Top Trends for world finance in 2016

The global financial sector has been changing every year. For instance, clients are now demanding more targeted and relevant products than they used to five years ago. This means that financial sectors have to change to fit into consumer plans. In this post, we are going to look at some of the top global financial trends in 2016.

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