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AmOne’s Take on Breaking Financial Rules

Be sure to start saving for college early. Always max out your 401K. Cut expenses and keep a 6-month cash emergency fund. Buy a car, don’t lease. Don’t give the government an interest free loan by having too much taken out in payroll taxes. Financial advice like this is everywhere. In fact, most of us […]

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5 Ways To Save Money In February

While Valentine’s Day has come and gone, you can still put the holiday to good use. Many retailers will be looking to relieve themselves of their pink and red heart-themed inventory, so you can save money now by purchasing items. While it’s not a good idea to buy candy to give to someone next year, […]

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Surprising Statistics On Christmas Shopping

How much did you plan to spend this Christmas? Was it more or less than last year, or the year before? There’s good reason to think it through; the Great Recession has permanently altered the way Americans think about money. Where taking on debt was once considered a mark of true adulthood, people are shying […]

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Charitable Giving On A Budget

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and AmOne is doing its part to contribute to charity and raise both money and awareness. Donating to charity is a fundamental part of many people’s lives; sometimes it’s due to religious beliefs or family tradition, but other times it’s because they’ve known what it’s like to need a […]

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Infographic: Money Matters on Campus

In general, young adults enter into their freshman year of college naive in matters of money and personal finance. Students have a number of risk factors associated with their entry into higher education, among them a lack of understanding about credit, banking, budgeting, and financial planning. These factors, when combined with school loans and other […]