Entries by Vreni Pigorsch

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How to Start Your New Job with Savings in Mind

A recent job report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that American workers hold an average of 5.5 jobs during the years when they are 18 to 24 years old. In today’s favorable job market, the average worker now changes jobs 10 to fifteen times during their career. Whether you’re a recent graduate or […]

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5 Great Financial Resources for College Students

How to manage your money isn’t something most high schools teach. While formal courses on financial literacy are now available at some colleges and universities, they can be hard to fit into one’s schedule and enrollment is limited. Should you or your college student have questions about saving, managing your loans, and how to manage […]

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6 Tips for Saving Money on Health Care Expenses

There’s deliberate rationale behind the fact that Americans are paying more and more out-of-pocket costs for their health care. With high-deductible health plans, insurers and employers are asking consumers to share in the cost of their own medical care. They believe consumers will make more informed (and conservative) decisions about what medications and procedures they […]

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The Financial Pitfalls of Subscription Model Services

Quick! Name all the subscription-based services you are currently signed up for. Netflix or Hulu? Amazon Prime? How about software or online storage services like Microsoft, Dropbox or Google Cloud? Are you paying an annual fee to access the New York Times or Consumer Reports? What about music streaming apps like Pandora or Spotify? If you’re like […]