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Are You Investing In Your Long-Term Future?

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In a Sports Illustrated article written in March 2009 it was revealed that “almost 80% of NFL athletes face serious financial distress or bankruptcy within two years of retiring from the league. 60% of NBA players who enjoy longer careers than their NFL colleagues, have similar problems within five years.” As …

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Set Up An Emergency Fund In 7 Simple Steps

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Most Americans are ill-prepared for emergencies. In fact, a whopping 66 million adult Americans have no money set aside as an emergency fund. Most people think they can’t afford to put money aside for an emergency but I have some tips to get help you get that emergency fund going: …

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Four Ways to Prevent Impulse Buying

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Impulse buying is a problem many of us are addicted to. That’s right—an addiction. Impulse is defined as “A sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act.” Whether you realize it or not, impulse buying has easily become an addiction for most of America. Between subliminal advertising and the …

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Planning for Retirement

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More baby boomers (the large generation born between 1946 and 1964) will be retiring soon. Or will they? A survey from AARP showed that 40% of baby boomers will work until they die. Why is that? Many Americans are not in the position to retire even if they are of …

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