Finance & Money Infographics

What Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Means for Your Wallet

Personality tests are used to give us insights on how we perceive the world, how we interact with others, and how we make decisions. Whether you believe in them or not, personality tests are a big hit with relationship experts, teambuilders, and even employers. Knowing more about yourself and those around you can help you build more meaningful connections.

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The 20 Biggest Bankruptcies in United States History

Before they filed for bankruptcy, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. was the fourth-largest investment back in the United States. However, due to their involvement in mortgage origination, the company plummeted hard during the mortgage crisis of 2008. This infographic looks at the 20 largest bankruptcies in American history, including some noteworthy bankruptcies of 2017 and 2018.

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Where In the U.S. Are the Worst Electricity Bills?

If you’ve ever stopped and wondered who in the United States has the highest or lowest electric bills, then this is for you. This infographic breaks down the average monthly electric bill, as well as the price per kilowatt of electricity, for each of the 50 states. While some states you’d expect to find at the top with the most expensive electricity, others you may be surprised to find at the bottom.

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History of Forex Trading

The history of foreign exchange trading (Forex) is truly fascinating, especially when you consider how it started and the changes it went through as the global economy evolved into what it is today. This infographic illustrates the milestones in the history of Forex trading.

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How to Stay on Top of Your Payment Plans

Paying bills on time is important because it impacts other areas of your finances including raising your credit score and saving money by not paying interest or late fees.  Maintaining a payment schedule can be easily done by taking certain actions in your daily life. In this infographic, discover everything you need to know when it comes to staying disciplined, and making your car payments on time.

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Taking Control Of Your Energy Bill

Energy bills are necessary and they are also widely variable. So what if you could cut your power usage to ensure you are only using what you need and not paying for what you don’t? Check out this infographic for more information.

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The Wealth of U.S. Presidents

How much are past and current U.S Presidents actually worth in today’s dollars? While only one has reached billionaire status, many of them ended up being millionaires. This infographic ranks each of the presidents by their net worth in 2016 U.S. dollars, as well as the annual presidential salary during their time in office.

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40 Small Ways to Save Money

The average American has less than $5,000 in their bank account, and very few are prepared for a financial emergency. This infographic by TitleMax.com is meant to be a useful tool to help people start saving money and lists 40 small ways to save money.

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Navigating the Pitfalls of Payday Loans

Twelve million Americans rely on payday loans each year to manage income volatility or handle unexpected emergencies. Unfortunately, many people fall victim to predatory lenders. This infographic lists the most common pitfalls of payday loans and shows the steps consumers can take to avoid them.

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The Poorest ZIP Codes in America

This infographic uses the U.S. Census Bureau data to visualize the poorest zip codes in the entire country. A zip code in Erie, Pennsylvania is the poorest of them all, with a median income of $10,873 and a mean income of $14,780. To put that into perspective, consider that the  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services states that the federal poverty level for a family of four is $25,100 and for an individual is $12,140!

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