Stuck at Parents Home

Mollycoddle or pinched? Even more young adults are cohabiting with parents at homestead. Why that? No guess that this situation largely results from poor financial condition either due to unemployment or to significantly low income. This presentation outspeaks the data across the US and suggests some tips for how youngs can move on.

e-Wallet Adoption

Contrary to the explosion of personal finance management tools, both as mobile and desktop apps, Americans seem to fall behind in the adoption of e-Wallet practice. Generation gap is the rationale behind this situation.

Being a Freelancer

Do you prefer to be your own boss or just a link of the hierarchy chain? See how surveyed freelancers responded as for the goods and the bads of having absolute control of your professional life.

American Dollar Stories

Are Americans adequately educated to deal with and manage their dollars? Regardless of the fact that this topic refers to non-Americans as well, here you see summarized data from studies on the personal finance literacy for the US population.

US Student Loan Debt Crisis

Student loan debt in the US has gone 4X up since 2003 and banks seem to be determined to keep leeching students and likewise their families. Outstanding debt has evolved to a flap and lower to middle income households are in despair. See a breakdown of banking on education with historical data.

Gender Finance Divide 2013 Jun14

Gender Finance Divide 2013

Some are better at making money, some at saving it, some at spending and few get on with all. Discover the who is who of money management.

Paid Survey Guide Jun13

Paid Survey Guide

To be a successful survey panelist means that you know the ins and outs of paid survey context and moreover that you know how to foresee pitfalls, avoid scams, secure and increase your extra income. Find here 15 tips to this direction.

Salary Negotiation Tips

It’s time we talk about money. Your money! Do you find yourself kind of restrained or weak whenever you think of negotiating a raise? This infographic from GradSchoolHub came to learn you how to do it!

Make Extra Cash Online

While there are many ways to earn money on the Internet, most of them require you to spend money or as they say “invest” money to make any money. But what if you don’t have any money and are just looking to earn a few extra dollars in your spare time? Isn’t there any way to make extra money online without having to spend any money? Read on to find out.

Rich Tax Evasion

If you are living on a shoestring you may wanna know how the rich backfire their properties and income from tax assessment. If you belong to the well-heeled, then check if you have overlooked any of the 10 most common methods of tax invasion.

Wedding Economics

The cost of a wedding can add up to a small fortune, but have you ever thought about how much you can save when married as opposed to being single?

Coworking Works

This is a report form Deskwanted that shows the latest trends and current state of co-working culture globally. Co is always plus.

Financial Independence for Young Jul08

Financial Independence for Young

The global job market landscape is constantly changing while internet culture and social technology are becoming our routine. Millennial workforce realizes new rising potentials and finds the path to make more than its living.

Hard Times for Housing Investment

Contrary to the high levels of housing affordability, expert wealthy investors discourage young investors from real estate investment. Read the argumentation.

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