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Here are the best ways for funding a startup


Researching how to fund a startup can be an arduous task. Many start the process by “bootstrapping”, which is the exact opposite of funding. It essentially means the entrepreneur uses their own savings to fund the business. There are many companies that have successfully launched using this strategy before taking on investors. For example, MailChimp and AirBnB… Read More →

Study: Young Credit Card Users Are MORE Responsible


If you think young people don’t know how to manage money and pay down their credit cards, then you should think again. A new study from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond shows young borrowers – 18 to 25 years old — are… Read More →

Credit Unions Face The Future & Ride Out The Current Economic Storm


Beginning in November, credit unions across the nation will launch a celebration marking 100 years of their not-for-profit, cooperatively owned financial institutions operating in the United States. What may be surprising for some about that 100-year mark is a realization that credit unions have just lately — maybe within the past 20 years or so… Read More →