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Infographic: The Cost of Heading Back to School
August 20, 2014

Infographic: The Cost of Heading Back to School

Families with K–12 children will spend an average of $699.28 on back-to-school shopping in 2014. What are families spending the most on and how can they work to cut those costs?  

by Briana Fabbri
INFOGRAPHIC: Stay out of the Sun – Cost-Effective Ways to Protect Your Skin
July 22, 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Stay out of the Sun – Cost-Effective Ways to Protect Your Skin

In an effort to battle sunburn, sunstroke and skin cancer, July 3 has been dubbed Stay Out of the Sun Day. It’s a step in the right direction, but you need to make an effort to protect yourself during the rest of the dog days of summer.

by Briana Fabbri
There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch:12 Money Myths (& Facts)
June 17, 2014

There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch:12 Money Myths (& Facts)

Let’s debunk some common money sayings and myths.

by Briana Fabbri
INFOGRAPHIC: Why You Should Celebrate Bike to Work Day
May 16, 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Why You Should Celebrate Bike to Work Day

Why should you participate in National Bike to Work Day? We took a look at a few of the reasons…

by Briana Fabbri
Infographic: The 10 Most Expensive Cities in the U.S.
April 14, 2014

Infographic: The 10 Most Expensive Cities in the U.S.

A variety of factors can influence the cost of living in a given city. We break down the 10 most expensive cities in the U.S.

by Briana Fabbri
INFOGRAPHIC: Joint Accounts vs Individual Accounts
March 12, 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Joint Accounts vs Individual Accounts

When love and money mix incorrectly, they can often lead to arguments, distrust and, even, breakups. We took a closer look at this issue with the following infographic.

by Briana Fabbri
Fitness Infographic
October 18, 2013

Infographic: How Exercise Can Save Billions in Preventable Medical Care

Recent data shows that getting up and active is not only good for your health, it’s also good for your wallet. Here’s a look at the financial damage of preventable diseases like diabetes and obesity, and how we can protect ourselves with a bit of fun and affordable exercise.

by Briana Fabbri
Home Improvement
September 16, 2013

Infographic: Home Improvement In The U.S. — A Look At ROI, DIY & Budgets

Thinking about tackling a home improvement project on your own? All across the country, the DIY approach is growing increasingly popular as both a money saver and a hobby. In the infographic below, we’ve gathered data on the kinds of home improvement projects Americans are doing, and the types of projects that yield the highest […]

by Briana Fabbri
Millennial Retierment
August 16, 2013

Infographic: Millennial Retirement Savings

Retirement may seem like it’s a long way down the road for Millennials, but in reality it’s a whole lot closer than we might think. To get an overall impression of where Generation Y is in terms of retirement funds and savings attitudes, we compiled the infogrpahic below. Take a look and see how your Millennial […]

by Briana Fabbri
Unbanked In The USA
July 31, 2013

Infographic: Unbanked In The USA

In the past month we’ve talked extensively about what it means to be unbanked or underbanked in the United States. We’ve also covered a number of alternatives to traditional banks, including prepaid debit cards and mobile financial services. To cap off our unbanked and underbanked series, we’ve gathered all of that information together in an infographic.

by Briana Fabbri