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  • New bill would require high school financial lessons

    A study says Rhode Island has the second-highest student debt in America.
  • BlackRock Accidentally Exposes Confidential Sales Data For Thousands Of Financial Advisors

    As we've pointed out before, the notoriously high fees charged by financial advisors aren't the only reason why young people are opting for low-cost robo-advisors (or simply stashing their money in an index-tracking ETF that charges 3 basis points a year) instead of human advisors. There's also the issue of whom financial advisors serve: Their clients - to whom they have a fiduciary obligation - or the big wirehouses and fund managers who supply their product? Well BlackRock, which holds the...

    Zero Hedge
  • 12 clever ways to save money every day, according to financial experts

    Money-saving tactics can often be unrealistic or forced. There are easy ways to spend and save money every day, like removing stored credit card numbers, implementing a 48-rule of spending, and logging every expense. Here are 12 unusual ways you can save money every day. While you may already be familiar with some money-saving tactics — such as bringing your lunch to work instead of buying it or getting fewer cups of coffee out — there are more creative ways to save money every day that you...

    Business Insider
  • Do you want a money makeover? Get a financial plan worth thousands of pounds – for free

    We are all faced with many dilemmas on how to manage our money and ensure we're setting aside enough to meet our goals.

    The Telegraph