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Will Your Dollar Buy What You Want?

What’s a dollar worth these days? What most people think is that a dollar no longer buys what it used to. But is that accurate?

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SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 05: Piggy banks sit on the shelf at the After The Quake store February 5, 2009 in San Francisco, California. As the global economy continues to falter and people lose confidence in traditional banks, piggy banks and money boxes are gaining popularity as people are starting to save their money at home. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 05: Piggy banks sit on the shelf at the After The Quake store February 5, 2009 in San Francisco, California. As the global economy continues to falter and people lose confidence in traditional banks, piggy banks and money boxes are gaining popularity as people are starting to save their money at home. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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How Much Are You Saving?

Money management is a struggle for many families in today’s economy. In spite of signs of improvement many families are still living paycheck to paycheck.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 06: In this photo illustration an Apple iPad displays it's home screen on August 6, 2014 in London, England. iPad maker Apple is selling fewer units than in the same quarter in 2013, it is reported. (Photo illustration by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 06: In this photo illustration an Apple iPad displays it's home screen on August 6, 2014 in London, England. iPad maker Apple is selling fewer units than in the same quarter in 2013, it is reported. (Photo illustration by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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If You’re Not Using Social Media …

There are a lot of people who dismiss social media as a fad, addiction, useless, overblown, overhyped, self-serving, and over used.

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President Clinton draws a downward line on a chart, unveiling his budget for the year 2013 February 7, 2000. The President is sending Congress a $1.84 trillion farewell budget with surpluses that he proposes using to wipe out the government public debt, provide modest tax cuts and greatly expand government health care. (Photo by Mark Wilson)
President Clinton draws a downward line on a chart, unveiling his budget for the year 2013 February 7, 2000. The President is sending Congress a $1.84 trillion farewell budget with surpluses that he proposes using to wipe out the government public debt, provide modest tax cuts and greatly expand government health care. (Photo by Mark Wilson)
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Are You Making These Debt Reduction Mistakes?

A low credit rating can have an adverse affect on home and car loans, car and home insurance rates, and rental housing costs.

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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 18: People walk past an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) station, more commonly known as Food Stamps, in the GrowNYC Greenmarket in Union Square on September 18, 2013 in New York City. According to a Gallup poll released earlier this month, 20% of American adults struggled to buy enough food at some point in the last year. The rate of hungry people in America has gone relatively unchanged since 2008, suggesting the economic recovery since the 2008 recession may be disproportionately affecting the wealthy. More than 50 of GrowNYC's Greenmarket's now accept EBT; over $800,000 in sales were complete with EBT payment at the Greenmarket's in 2012. GrowNYC is also currently offering a program known as Health Bucks: for ever $5 spent using EBT at a Greenmarket, GrowNYC provides an additional $2, which can be spent specifically on fresh fruits and vegetables. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 18: People walk past an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) station, more commonly known as Food Stamps, in the GrowNYC Greenmarket in Union Square on September 18, 2013 in New York City. According to a Gallup poll released earlier this month, 20% of American adults struggled to buy enough food at some point in the last year. The rate of hungry people in America has gone relatively unchanged since 2008, suggesting the economic recovery since the 2008 recession may be disproportionately affecting the wealthy. More than 50 of GrowNYC's Greenmarket's now accept EBT; over $800,000 in sales were complete with EBT payment at the Greenmarket's in 2012. GrowNYC is also currently offering a program known as Health Bucks: for ever $5 spent using EBT at a Greenmarket, GrowNYC provides an additional $2, which can be spent specifically on fresh fruits and vegetables. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Have We Become A Nation of Enablers?

In the context of an alcoholic, and enabler often makes it easier for the addicted person to continue their unhealthy and destructive lifestyle.

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How Expensive Is Your Hobby?

If you have a passion for it you’ll find the money. What many people see as a total waste of time and money is someone else’s thirst for life.

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Why Am I Suddenly Responsible For You?

Someone else has it better than me. It’s so unfair. Someone needs to force the rich to share more of their stuff with me.

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Which Middle Class Are You?

We keep hearing about the so-called “Middle Class.” What exactly is the middle class, and if they are indeed missing, where did they go?

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How Can Anyone Afford to Date In 2015?

A couple of times a month the wife and I schedule a “date night.” It might be dinner out, a movie, or some other fun activity we both enjoy.

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MOUNT VERNON, VA - FEBRUARY 20: A George Washington re-enactor stands in the sun at the Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens on Presidents Day February 20, 2006 in Mount Vernon, Virginia. The Mount Vernon estate, located near Washington, DC, was the adult home and place of death of the first U.S. President, George Washington. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
MOUNT VERNON, VA - FEBRUARY 20: A George Washington re-enactor stands in the sun at the Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens on Presidents Day February 20, 2006 in Mount Vernon, Virginia. The Mount Vernon estate, located near Washington, DC, was the adult home and place of death of the first U.S. President, George Washington. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
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President’s Day: History Kicked to The Curb?

Now we have this obscure, generic three-day weekend that lumps our greatest presidents in with our worst and mediocre ones.

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