Dave Ramsey isn’t afraid to speak against what most Americans would consider common expenses. In his mind, no expense is common and few are necessary. Would you consider brand name medication or car payments common? If that seems a little extreme, read this article
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Sometimes you just need to laugh during a stressful day. So here you go…you’re welcome. I have to admit that I laughed at this when I made it to the bottom.
When you see a man begging for money you probably have a pre-conceived notion of what he’ll do with it once you drive away. 99 year old Dobri Dobrev walks over 25 kilometers every day begging for money to give to others who he
A church in North Carolina wanted to get people thinking so they made a statue of Jesus that has caused controversy. You’ve seen Jesus on a cross, you’ve seen Him as a person of different races, sexes, and ages. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in
The cost of college is through the roof and if you don’t adapt to the new way of picking a college and your major, you may wind up as one of 50 percent of recent graduates that are either unemployed or working part time
When the jackpot reaches into the hundreds of millions, we hear a lot about the Powerball drawing. If you aren’t familiar with the Powerball, think of it as a national lottery. According to their website, Powerball is ran by the Multi-State Lottery Association—a non
The Wall Street Journal recently published a story about the real financial impact of the fiscal cliff if Congress fails to act. If it isn’t averted, regardless of who you are, you’re likely to see an increase in your taxes. They reported that 90%
You’ve likely heard that there is a looming financial crisis that will effect virtually every American. It’s called the fiscal cliff and without intervention from President Obama and Congress, a series of tax increases and spending cuts will take effect on January 1st, 2013.
Each month the federal government compares the prices of everyday products to prices one month before. All of these comparison make up the Consumer Price Index or (CPI) CPI is the big economics term for inflation. You’ve probably heard of inflation but may not