Personal Finance

Personal finance – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Personal finance refers to the financial management of which an individual or a family unit is required to make to obtain, budget, save, and spend monetary 

Personal Finance: After Employment, What Next?Personal Finance: After Employment, What Next?
Leaving a job could be one of the most agonising decisions in an employee’s life. But that by any measure does not mean the end of life. What matters most is…

Forbes – Personal Finance Information and Personal Finance
Forbes is a leading source for reliable news and updated analysis on Personal Finance. Read the breaking Personal Finance coverage and top headlines on

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Personal finance: Cashed-in savings bonds usually taxable
Fresno Bee, on Mon, 02 Sep 2013 22:02:14 -0700
Question: I own U.S. savings bonds that will no longer earn interest in 2015. My question: If I cash them in, is there any way to avoid paying income tax on that interest? I would like to give the money to my three children but cannot afford to pay

Lessons in Personal Finance: A Back-to-School Giveaway | Blonde …
If you haven't noticed yet, there's been a bit of a theme to this week's posts. I've been talking about careers, reading, writing, and going back to school to learn about investing… and it all leads to one pretty awesome giveaway, 

Personal Financial Literacy
Joan Ryan, published 2011, 448 pages

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