Masey White

  • Photo of Easy Ways to Pay Off Massive Debts

    Easy Ways to Pay Off Massive Debts

    The key to great financial health is to stay on top of your debt and keep it under tight rein.

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  • Photo of The Leading 2020 Presidential Candidates on Taxes

    The Leading 2020 Presidential Candidates on Taxes

    This election is a widely anticipated one, and there are a lot of huge issues on the table for discussion. However, the discussion of taxes this year is quite different and also quite essential. The candidates, ranging from far right to far left, all have very different opinion on taxes. We see candidates like Bernie Sanders calling for high taxes…

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    Budgeting for Your Honeymoon

    Planning a wedding is full of budgeting. You have to consider venues, food, music, clothing, and so much more. But it doesn't stop there. You also have to prepare for your honeymoon after your big day. There's some important aspects to remember when planning your costs for this, but there are also some tricks to help your budget go farther…

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  • Photo of The Nightmare of the Night After Graduation

    The Nightmare of the Night After Graduation

    The day of graduation is usually one spent with joy, pride, and fun. Completing college is a momentous task, and you deserve to spend a day enjoying all of that. The Night After Graduation is one where reality begins to sink in. Here you stand with student loan debt and no income, and the bills keep coming. Here’s the costs…

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  • Photo of Minimum Wage vs. Living Expenses: Texas

    Minimum Wage vs. Living Expenses: Texas

    A hot topic among today’s political economic discussion is the minimum wage and whether or not it sufficiently provides Americans with the amount of money needed in order to comfortably live in their state. This edition looks at the Lone Star State to see whether their minimum wage is enough for its residents, and whether or not it can improve.

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  • Photo of Budgeting for your Big Vacation: The Forgotten Few

    Budgeting for your Big Vacation: The Forgotten Few

    You’ve saved up your money, and you just clicked the “Book It” button for your trip. You may have put in the big bucks, but the budgeting isn’t over. It’s now time to concern yourself with budgeting for expenses on the vacation. Here’s the categories you’ll want to put money away for in the months leading up to the big…

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  • Photo of Banking with USAA: The Pros and the Cons

    Banking with USAA: The Pros and the Cons

    Based in San Antonio, the United Services Automobile Association (USAA) has been a banking go-to for many military families. They offer banking, investing, and insurance services to about 12.5 million members. Their banking service has existed since the end of 1983, and they had over $62.5 billion dollars in 2015. However, their benefits are a bit exclusive, offered only to…

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  • Photo of Wedding Budgeting for the Newly Engaged Couple

    Wedding Budgeting for the Newly Engaged Couple

    A wedding day is often described as one of the best days in someone's life, and you want to make sure that everything is perfect. The first step in doing so is preparing a budget that works best for you, your partner, and how much you want to spend. Put priorities first, and then worry about the little stuff.

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  • Photo of Medical Credit Cards for Staying Physically and Financially Healthy

    Medical Credit Cards for Staying Physically and Financially Healthy

    Medical bills are one of those expenses in life that you can't really help. Most of the time, you don't get to save up and plan when you have a medical emergency, and it's usually going to take a good chunk of money to pay it off. Sometimes you don't have that option though, and this is a good time…

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  • Photo of Financially Preparing for Your First Apartment

    Financially Preparing for Your First Apartment

    Getting your first apartment is absolutely exciting. It's a time where you get to envision your fresh start, your decorations and style coming to life, and a sense of freedom. However, it does come with a lot of financial burden. Of course you know that you're going to have to pay rent, but there are quite a few other expenses…

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