11 smart money moves investors can make to improve finances, make more money in 2022

As we enter the new year , equity markets are looking precarious and debt markets are expecting rate hikes. We reached out to experts to know what investors should do in such a scenario. The year 2021 was tumultuous due to the spread of covid. But the devastation wreaked by the pandemic had very little…

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The 5 Smartest Ways to Spend Your 2022 Tax Refund

The average 2020 tax return refund was $2,827, a nice chunk of money that most Americans look forward to each year. It might be tempting to use this money for a vacation or some big purchase, especially since the stress of the pandemic has pent up demand for travel. However, tax refunds are an excellent…

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Money Matters: Financial habits to give up in 2022

Are you making a financial New Year’s resolution this year? In a survey by Fidelity Investments , surveyors found that 43% of Americans making a financial resolution want to save more money, 41% want to pay down debt and 31% want to spend less money. If you’d like to do better financially in one of…

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I cleared £5,000 debt in just 10 months and I’m not a high earner – how you can do it too

A DAD who built up debts of £5,000 has revealed how he paid it off in just 10 months. Brian Mitchell, 32, from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire managed the goal on a modest salary of £23,000. Brian and his family are now debt-free and want to help others do the same Credit: Jam Press The dad…

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Dad shares how he paid off £5,000 of gambling debt in 10 months on £23k salary

Brian started gambling to earn some extra money (Picture: Jam Press/@frugal_spender) When it comes to New Year’s resolutions , saving is often top of the list for many, but it can be tough to know where to start. To help us along, a dad who paid off £5,000 of debt in 10 months – on…

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family travels globe, offers budget tips for others

Over the past couple of years, traveling plans have taken a backseat for many families. But, that’s not the case for a family from Fern Creek.They’re traveling around the world for a year.Ashley and Jon Beougher are currently documenting their trip with their two kids and sharing debt-free budgeting tips via their website travelinggraces.com.”Our goal…

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10 business podcasts entrepreneurs should listen to in the new year, according to the founders of six-figure companies

Madeline Ronzoni, the founder of Happy Rugs. This story is available exclusively to Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. For entrepreneurs, learning by example is one of the easiest ways to get lessons in business. In 2021, there were an estimated 120 million podcast listeners in the country. Here are 10 podcasts…

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Millennials and Gen Z are suffering a ‘mental wealth’ crisis; here are 5 ways to quell money stress

starocean00/Twenty20 This article was created by MoneyWise. Postmedia and MoneyWise may earn an affiliate commission through links on this page. Article content With Christmas around the corner and the cost of living on the rise, money stress is reaching a peak for many young people — and it’s been bad for a while. Nearly three…

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Cash-Advance Apps Court Users With Cute Mascots and Fast Payments — but Beware of the High Costs

Money; Getty Images Download the Dave app on your smartphone, as millions of people already have, and you’ll be greeted by an anthropomorphic bear wearing thick-rimmed glasses and holding a pawful of cash. The friendly, upright ursid wants to help you get your finances on track. To do so, the digital financial services app will…

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5 personal finance lessons from TV shows

We often watch TV shows to escape. It’s nice to put something on for an hour and enter a new world, complete with our favorite (and not-so-favorite) characters. But sometimes, those shows are more in-tune with real life. Beyond providing a glimpse into the daily grind, they offer some really sound advice. (If you caught…

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