Janine Eccleston

Janine Eccleston

Janine is a 20-something with a passion for personal finance. Janine hopes to further her career in the personal finance industry by obtaining her CA, CFP and CIRP which will allow her to help clients with financial planning as well as debt, insolvency and bankruptcy. Janine has created a personal finance blog called My Pennies, My Thoughts to chronicle her journey to financial freedom. Janine hopes to use her financial knowledge to expand her own investment portfolio and help others with tracking their spending, increasing savings and learning how to invest for the long run. Janine hopes to share her knowledge and passion with individuals to provide a basis for financial sustainability.

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  1. College Tuition

    College Degrees Of The 1%

    Find out which college majors give you the best odds of joining the wealthiest percentile of Americans.
  2. Commodities

    Most Affordable Cups of Coffee

    With coffee playing an important role in social norms, this article looks at the most and least affordable cups of coffee available.
  3. Small Business

    How Much Money Could Instagram Make Off Your Photos?

    Instagram's new user agreement not only led to a public outcry from its users, but also caused many to close their accounts.
  4. Investing Strategy

    Why Facebook Interns Make More Than The Average Intern

    With Facebook interns earning more than the average American, how do technology companies justify paying these recruits so highly?
  5. Buzz & Trending

    Can You Be Sued If You Give A Bad Review On Yelp?

    Negative and positive online reviews can impact the overall success of a business, but do negative reviews equate to defamation?
  6. Budgeting & Savings

    How To Dine Out Without Breaking The Bank

    With more than 90% of consumers dining out on a regular basis, these methods can help to stretch your dollar further.
  7. Career / Compensation

    5 Viable Career Options In 2013

    If you are looking for a new career next year, take a look at these options. It is anticipated that there will be a high demand for these positions in 2013.
  8. Budgeting & Savings

    How Much Your New Year's Partying Could Cost You

    Here's a look at how much a typical New Year's party could cost in the U.S., and the cost of spending New Year's in certain cities.
  9. Markets & Economy

    What People Spend On Christmas Around The World

    Here's a look at some famous Christmas traditions from around the world, how much they cost and how the cost compares to a Christmas in the U.S.
  10. Personal Finance

    How To Spot Knockoff Labels And Fake Products

    Not every counterfeit item is as obvious as Adidos sneakers or Dolce & Banana handbags, so make sure you know these tips on how to tell fakes from the real deal.
  11. Retirement Savings

    How To Create A Financial Bucket List

    This article discusses things you may want to include on your financial bucket list.
  12. Real Estate

    How To Decorate For Christmas Without Going Broke

    Here are some innovative ways you can have an affordable holiday.
  13. Budgeting & Savings

    Why You Should Christmas Shop Early

    From getting better deals to avoiding long lines, there are many reasons to get your Christmas shopping done early.
  14. Women & Money

    9 Halloween Costumes Women Already Own

    You don't have to go shopping for a Halloween costume. You can just look through your wardrobe and you're bound to find one of these options.
  15. Retirement Living

    U.S. Or Canada: Which Country Is Best To Call Home?

    There are unique benefits to living both above and below the 49th parallel. Find out which of these great nations best suits your value system.
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