Save on Car Insurance (as reported on article.everquote.com)

Car insurance is a necessary evil for drivers of all stripes. You can’t drive legally in the US without it. But for those of you out there who have ever been involved in an auto accident, you know the value of insurance. EverQuote is a tool that allows drivers to shop for car insurance and… Read More

How to Raise Financially Independent Daughters

Check out this article which prepares parents and guardians for how to ensure that their daughters are raised with the same amount of financial knowledge as their sons. Some starter tips are listed below: -Model money equality at home. -Teach money-management behaviors early. -Narrate your actions and thought processes involving money. -Be honest about your… Read More

NJ middle schools now required to offer financial literacy courses

W!se is thrilled to share the news that all New Jersey middle schools are now required to offer financial literacy courses. The new law will go into effect in September to start the new school year on a strong note! https://apnews.com/0643abb8f79c45a392ec40343a4665e0 Read More

Lower Your Cable Bill (as reported by Chris Brantner on money.usnews.com)

It’s natural and healthy to always be on the lookout for ways to save money in your life. Lowering expenses is the only way to increase your savings if earning more isn’t possible. One common expenditure that people are eager to cut back on is cable. That monthly bill that seems to increase every year… Read More

6 Important Reasons Why You Must Focus on Gaining Financial Literacy (Guest Post by Rick Pendykoski of Self Directed Retirement Plans)

Financial literacy is the knowledge of understanding how money works. It also helps you understand different aspects of finances like investment, management and expenditure. Apart from enabling you to make financially responsible decisions, it also helps you increase wealth. Putting money in the right places like the stock market and Roth 401k can help you… Read More

Predatory Loans (as reported by Kim Porter on loans.usnews.com)

You may have heard the term “predatory loan” before. But do you know what it means? A predatory loan is any loan where the terms are more beneficial to the lender than the borrower. For example, they may have very high interest rates or unreasonable expectations regarding the payback schedule. And even though there are… Read More