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The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of parliamentaria...

 
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A TwentySomething navigates life, love, sex, writing...and the occasional f...

 
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Your emergency fund is supposed to give you some peace of mind to cover expenses when times are tough. However, most times you wish you could spend a little extra aren’t emergencies. For those, give yourself a smaller “comfy couch” fund.Read mo...

It seems early to think about taxes, but the beginning of the year is the best time to get started. April creeps up quickly, after all, and you want to be prepared. Rockstar Finance suggests a few simple tasks to get the ball rolling.Read more...

Salary is important, but it’s not the only thing that contributes to job satisfaction. New research from Glassdoor reveals what makes people happiest at their jobs and how it varies depending on income.Read more...

At the start of every year, you likely spend time combing through your budget, looking for expenses to cut so you can make good on your resolution to save more. And the first cost that may come to mind is your cable bill.Read more...

Perfectly tweaking your budget so that you’re only paying the absolute minimum sounds like frugal dream. However, if you don’t leave yourself something to cut, you can hurt your retirement planning.Read more...

If you’ve traveled to other countries, you understand the pain of getting dinged by foreign ATMs when you withdraw cash. It doesn’t seem like a big deal, but it can add up if you don’t get enough cash the first or second time. Solution: open a...

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t just have one credit score. You have a number of them and, chances are, they all vary a bit. Your Generic FICO score is the most popular among these, but it’s not typically the score you get with those “fre...