For people applying to college, finance and financing is key to the process. Financial award letters go a long way in helping students fulfill their dreams. After submitting an application for financial aid, the colleges to which you apply will generally send back a financial aid award letter. This generally comes through by mid-April, the…Read More Financial Aid Award Letters
Surprisingly, 65% of adults have never checked their credit report, and 60% of those adults have never viewed their credit score. Your credit score says a lot about you, and it can impact some of the largest purchasing decisions in your life. www.quizzle.com has created an infographic exploring how your credit score can affect your…Read More Credit Report: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself
Financial jargon can often puzzle the average person. I own a credit card, but all I really care about is paying my bill on time at the end of the month. It is essential for people to understand what exactly financial institutions offering upon transacting with them. This is mostly difficult to achieve, as deciphering…Read More What is APR?
The concept for this infographic will be to show the positive financial impact of not having to pay your mortgage for a year. We will focus on major causes of consumer debt such as credit card debt, student loan debt and car debt. We will “humanize” those numbers by showing how many hours of work…Read More Imagine… An Entire Year With No Mortgage Payment
Have you ever calculated the cost of purchasing and selling mutual funds? When you purchase a mutual fund, you pay Purchase Fees i.e. Front End Load. When you redeem the money, you pay Redemption Fees i.e, Back End Load. Plus, from your money, the fund pays the advisor and managers. So how much is your…Read More Mutual Fund Fees
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Discretionary income is the amount of money left over after taxes are taken out, bills are paid, and basic needs are covered. Thanks to a recent study we learn how much extra cash Americans have on hand and what they’re doing with it. Check out this infographic created by Columnfivemedia with Mint to see how a select…Read More How Much Extra Cash Do American’s Have?
From man’s best friend to small fuzzy mammals, pets in the US live quite a luxurious life. Before you commit to pet ownership, know the costs for the animal you intend to adopt. This infographic done by Columnfivemedia with Mint, looks at how much Mint users around the country are spending on their four-legged, feathered and…Read More The Furry Side Of Finance
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The start of a new year is the quintessential time to roll out a fresh financial plan. One of the more overlooked necessities of financial planning is the rainy day fund. Experts recommend you have at least six months of easily-accessible savings set aside in the case of an emergency. Columnfivemedia created this infographic with Mint to…Read More Stormy Weather: Are Americans Financially Prepared For a Rainy Day?
The Gold Tree Infographic visualizes above-ground stock of gold, sources of gold broken down to continents and countries and uses of gold – basically where gold come from and where it goes. The infographic pictures the different forms of gold investments – ranging from physical gold in the form of bullion gold to securities not…Read More The Gold Tree