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Natalie Campisi

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Pros and Cons of Online Trading

Online stock trading is convenient -- you can buy and sell right from the comfort of your home, and you can access a wide variety of security types. It can be a viable alternative to using a... → Read More

How to Maximize Your Social Security Income

To get the most out of your Social Security benefits, you must be aware of some key things. Knowing what Social Security benefits you're eligible for and the consequences of collecting... → Read More

Budgeting Tips for Couples Who Want to Save Money

Moving in with your significant other is an exciting step that comes with all kinds of benefits and compromises -- including working out the household budget. On one hand, you'll be splitting the... → Read More

Best Credit Unions Anyone Can Join

Can Anyone Join a Credit Union? Normally, you have to meet certain criteria to join a credit union. For example, there are several credit unions just for members of the military, employees of certain... → Read More

15 Best Money Habits to Have When Renting an Apartment

Renting an apartment is an important decision, and one that can have major financial consequences. Each stage of the process comes with a price tag, such as paying a security deposit and making rent... → Read More

What is a Good Debt to Income Ratio?

iStock.com / Geber86 Lenders use many variables when deciding whether or not to loan you money, from your credit score and history to your annual income. One of those variables in determining financial health is called a debt-to-income ratio, which is a simple equation that results in a single percentage: your DTI. The number reveals how much debt you owe compared with the income you earn. A… → Read More

10 Creative New Ways to Pay Off Your Student Loans

If you're having difficulty paying off your student loans, you're not alone. One out of every six college graduates is in default on student loan debt and an estimated 3.6 million people have gone at... → Read More

Your Estate Planning Checklist: How to Create a Financially Sound Estate Plan

Like any other strategies for the future -- college savings, insurance or retirement accounts -- estate planning is a critical part of life planning. Estate plans are made up of many parts,... → Read More

Yahoo Sets Itself Up for Buyout

Yahoo on Friday announced that it has hired banking advisers and formed a committee to explore its strategic alternatives, the latest indication that it's serious about pursuing a possible sale. The committee, along with advisers Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase and PJT Partners, will identify and recommend to the board transactions that it deems beneficial to employees and shareholders. → Read More