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New Stuff Tuesday – August 30, 2016

How Would You Like To Pay?: How Technology is Changing the Future of Money by Bill Maurer HG 1710 .M38 2015 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor In Bill Maurer’s latest work, he explores the emerging and rapidly growing of online … Continue reading

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T3: Personal Finance Apps

Since it is Money Smart Week, this week’s tech tip will compare two popular personal finance software programs. Both programs help you track where your money goes each month and can help you set up and maintain budgets. Here are … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday: April 14, 2015

How to Speak Money: What the Money People Say – And What It Really Means by John Lanchester PR6023.A66 Z54 2014 New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor Anyone who has taken a finance or economics class or regularly listens to NPR’s … Continue reading

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T3: Apps that Replace Cash & Checks

Owe your best friend $8 for dinner when you forgot your wallet? Need to give your roommate the rent money? If you, like me, rarely have cash and hate writing checks, then the following mobile apps can help you out. … Continue reading

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Maker Monday – Piggy banks and Money Management

Andersen Library welcomes financial specialist to educate students on money management on Monday, October 20. Denise Kaminski, of UW Credit Union, is slated to present 3:30 – 4:00 pm.  Crafting event to follow. Kaminski aims to educate UW-Whitewater students regarding … Continue reading

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Money Mondays: Wrap Up

This semester we have covered a wide variety of personal finance topics, from student loans to credit cards to retirement. These topics can be overwhelming, but hopefully you feel a little more confident in your ability to manage your finances … Continue reading

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Money Mondays: Retirement

Though it seems like it’s a long way off, retirement is something you have to start saving for early in life. Think back to when we discussed compound interest a few weeks ago. The benefits of compound interest are particularly … Continue reading

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Money Mondays: Understanding Your Paycheck

For some of you, starting a full-time job may be just around the corner. The prospect of a salary is likely very exciting, but there are some things you should understand about your paycheck. A few weeks ago we discussed … Continue reading

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Money Mondays: Insurance

Last week we talked about net worth, which involves comparing what you own (your assets) to what you owe (your liabilities). Some of the assets taken into consideration include high-value items like a house or car. Should something happen to … Continue reading

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Money Mondays: Net Worth

This semester we have talked about both assets (like investments) and liabilities (like loans). These play a major role in determining your net worth. Net worth is a way of stating how much wealth you have, and it does so … Continue reading

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