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Ways You Can Save Some Money in 2017

As we move into 2017, there are some ways we can probably save some money. This article will lay out several areas where you may find some savings. Here we go: Student Loans Financial expert Suze Orman once said, “Private student loans should be avoided at all costs.” I am in …

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Choosing a Retirement Account that Best Suits You

Did you know… According to the IRS retirement can last for 30 years or more A retiree will need up to 80% of her annual income today to retire comfortably The average benefit amount paid monthly by the Social Security Administration is $1,177 You can work the rest of your …

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2017 Startup Savings and Investment Plan

Happy new year to each of you! I am sure that 2017 will present some magnificent opportunities and audacious challenges for each of us. Here is something that you can do to jump-start or boost your financial situation starting now.  This is a two-pronged approach that will help: Step 1: …

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3 Types of Savings Funds You Should Have In 2017

One of the most important aspects of having money is saving it. When it comes to saving many fail, while others succeed. Many of us have savings goals, while many have no idea where to start. It’s a new year so let’s start our savings goals the right way! Below …

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The Three Most Dangerous Money Mistakes You Can Make

When it comes to personal finance there are three major mistakes that people often make. Here they are:   1. Not putting money away for retirement: Time passes so fast. It seems that you graduated high school the day before yesterday, found a job yesterday and tomorrow you are ready …

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Set Up An Emergency Fund In 7 Simple Steps

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

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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3 Reasons You Should Be Investing

Investing is important in gaining long-term wealth and economic value. Many associate the idea of investing with being rich or wealthy but your economic status doesn’t matter when it comes to investing. Anyone can do it and it’s better to start sooner than later. Below are 3 reasons you should be investing. …

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6 Ways to Save $1G in One Summer Month

Could you use an extra $1,000.00? If you are like most Americans, you can use the extra cash. I don’t need to know what you need it for, but I want to leave with you six ways you can save $1,000.00 in a month this summer. Ready? Here they are: …

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Planning for Retirement

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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