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An East Tennessee organization dedicated to help veterans held its 5th Annual Skeet and Trap Shoot competition in Oak Ridge.
MILLIONS of pounds of public cash designated to help war veterans has disappeared into unknown charities.
School is back in session across the country, but there is something your teens may not be learning in the classroom.
This column is the second of a two-part series addressing the financial support of retirement-age parents.
Cuyahoga County has received more than $2 million to help stop homelessness among military veterans. The Department of Veteran Affairs grant is part of a nationwide effort to help put homeless veterans and their families into permanent housing. From Ohio Public Radio station WKSU, Kevin Niedermier reports.
Imagine if you asked a grocery clerk to break a $5 bill, and he charged you a 35 cent tax. Silly, right? After all,...
A new study by Ramsey Solutions, a leading company in financial education, finds that students who are taught personal finance lessons in the classroom have a better understanding and more confidence when it comes to managing their mone
To manage your money better, it might be time to take a page or two from millennials' playbook
A band of bikers headed out from the Kennett Square VFW Post 5467 on Saturday for the purpose of raising money for veterans.
If you’re looking to start your own business, you have more tools for success on hand than ever before. With outsourcing, free online services, powerful digital tools, and the power of social media, small business owners can get started with very little.
Moving is a part of military life, and it's not unusual for service members to be relocated every two to three years.
Summer is a time to cut loose and have fun. But, if you’re not careful, that fun can lead to overspending, failing to keep tabs on your finances and making money mistakes due to distractions.
Consumers who have bank accounts have gotten used to paying for everything with a debit or credit card. People might carry some cash, but they rarely spend it.
Just about everybody experiences money problems. Unless you’re born into the upper crust, odds are you or your family will go through some sort of personal finance catastrophe at some point.
Well, according to a new survey from the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council, our biggest fear is running out of money. Twenty-five percent of Americans are worried about that. And it's not the first survey to show that trend.
By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange “Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but...
If you’ve ever went over budget when shopping at your favorite store, it probably wasn't an accident — at least, not on the store's part.
Money isn’t as complicated as it seems, but when your finances are out of control, managing money does indeed seem overwhelming.
Reaching the age of 30 is a big milestone. You’re likely established in your career, you’ve reached your educational goals, and you’re (hopefully) pretty stable.
In the years ahead, the Federal Reserve will undertake the gargantuan task of keeping the system going despite its insolvency – in other words, bailing out the government itself. What will finally stop the madness?
We often associate certain days of the week with particular activities. For example, Monday is generally considered the start of the work week. Perhaps Wednesday is the night your favorite show airs on TV, while Friday — well, thank goodness it’s Friday.
On the surface, personal finance seems to be primarily about money: getting rich and optimizing your investments and so on. It’s definitely about all of that stuff, but in a larger, more important way, it has nothing to do with money at all. It’s more about using it to optimize your values and priorities.
Reserve fund studies for country clubs, condo, homeowner, timeshare associations and many other types of organizations can prove to be cost saving step for a company in coming years
Dave Ramsey, Mary Hunt and Suze Orman are a few of the finance superstars who offer tips on everything from how to save for retirement to when you should pay off your house.
Take a look at your financial picture. What do you see? If the picture looks hazy — you don’t quite know how much you’re spending every month, and maybe you don’t know anything about your investments — then you need to get a handle on your money.
As educators and policymakers debate the best way to teach personal finance lessons in the classroom, they may want to focus on the teachers themselves—not the students. Turns out, high school students who are required to take a personal finance class led by an instructor with formal training end up with vastly improved money skills.
The office of Federal Student Aid provides over $150 billion in grants, loans and other funds each year to more than 13 million college students. However, more than 22 million students apply for these funds through the Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).