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More than 1 in 3 Americans surveyed are afraid of investing. 43% of females surveyed are afraid of investing in the stock market compared to 31% of males, according to a new CreditDonkey.com survey.

Infographic: Why Volunteering is Good for You

You want to give back and do good. But, let's admit it, you need some motivation. We've got it for you, by the many ways volunteering is good for you - not just those people you're helping out.

10 Smart Ways to Invest $1,000

$1000 can turn out to be a lot more with smart investing. Here are 10 smarter ways to spend that extra grand than on a shopping splurge.

Study: Best Brokerage Accounts - Etrade vs Scottrade vs Ameritrade

Finding the right online broker is a difficult task. Dozens of sites claim to offer the best solution for your investing needs, whatever they may be. These sites tempt you with the promise of having the lowest fees, the most intuitive interface, and more investment choices than the competition.

How to Get Out of Debt

Finding yourself deep in debt can be a discouraging reality. And in the past several years, more and more consumers have found themselves in this situation.



New Retirement Tips

    How Much to Contribute to 401k

    Tips
    You know you should save money for retirement. But how much should you save and where should you save it?

    How to Save Your First $100,000

    $100,000 may seem like an impossible number, but it's not. With a smart strategy and the right discipline, you can save $100k fast.

    Top 5 Best CD Rates

    March 27, 2017 - Reviews for Average American Savings Statistics
    The best CD accounts pay a good interest rate, are fully secured, and are risk-free. Find the best high interest CD accounts to consider.

    Top 2017 Best Online Checking Accounts

    March 22, 2017 - Reviews for Average American Savings Statistics
    The best online checking accounts are free, have minimum fees, and even offer interest. Find the best high interest online checking accounts to consider.

    Top 5 Best Online Savings Account

    October 23, 2016 - Reviews for Average American Savings Statistics
    The best online savings accounts pay a good interest rate, are fully secured, and allow for flexibility. Find the best high interest savings accounts to consider.

    23 Golf Player Demographic Statistics That Might Surprise You

    By Rebecca Lake - Tips for Study: Best Outdoor Cities
    Since the 19th century, golf has been one of the most frequently enjoyed pastimes in America. If you're thinking the game is just for retirees, you're way off the mark. There are nearly 15,000 courses in the U.S. where you'll find players from almost every walk of life aiming for a hole in one.

    Retirement Statistics

    By Rebecca Lake - Tips
    Average American has only $96k saved for retirement. Read shocking stats on how most Americans are nowhere ready to retire. It's not too late to improve.
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    Best Retirement Accounts: SEP IRA vs SIMPLE IRA vs Roth IRA

    February 20, 2015 - Reviews
    Saving for retirement can be tricky to navigate when you haven't started yet. So many different names and tax codes are out there, from Roth and Traditional Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) to 401(k) and 403(b) and everything in between. To make things simpler for you and get you going toward building your nest egg, CreditDonkey has broken down the best retirement accounts for each type of career and life situation. After our rundown, you'll have no excuse but to get started on setting ...
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    Study: Best Discount Broker - TradeKing vs Scottrade vs OptionsHouse

    January 2, 2015 - By Cynthia Cohen - Reviews for Stock Trading
    When you're ready to invest, it's not wise to choose a broker just because it has the lowest per-trade fee. Discount brokers have others pros and cons (including other fees) that are worth assessing before making a choice.

    Study: Best Budgeting Software - Quicken vs Mint vs YNAB

    September 15, 2014 - By Rachel Hoyt - Reviews for Household Spending Statistics
    If you want to get ahead in life, you're going to have to make a budget and stick to it. Even those who have gotten a taste of fortune have learned this lesson the hard way: many lottery winners spent their winnings and then some. It was gone before they knew it. The hard truth is simple: you must spend less than you earn (or win) if you want to save up for a special trip or plan for retirement.

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