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The Top Five Retirement Planning Mistakes

The Top Five Retirement Planning Mistakes

Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to make bad financial decisions when planning retirement. So be advised against making the top 5 retirement planning mistakes.

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The Top 7 Credit Card Tips Every College Student Should Know

The Top 7 Credit Card Tips Every College Student Should Know

Keep your credit score and personal finances in check, while you are in school with the top 7 credit card tips every college student should know.

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The Difference Between Term and Whole Life Insurance

The Difference Between Term and Whole Life Insurance

There are a lot of myths about term vs. whole life insurance. However, you can debunk most myths simply by understanding the two types of insurance and the difference in their ability to protect your family.

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Before You Co-sign on a Loan Know the Facts

Before You Co-sign on a Loan Know the Facts

Many people worry about the effect on their credit rating if they co-sign on a loan for someone. A common misconception is that co-signing on a loan will negatively impact your credit. The truth is that it depends on how you carry out your responsibilities as a co-signer. Let’s look at the facts.

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Creating Passive Income for Financial Independence

Creating Passive Income for Financial Independence

Building passive income to gain financial independence is now within reach for the average American. It used to be about being a banking consumer, but now you must get creative for a finance plan independent of your income.

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How to Save Money During the Holidays In spite of Inflation and Product Shortages

How to Save Money During the Holidays In spite of Inflation and Product Shortages

Holiday shopping may be the costliest ever in 2021, with the economy rebounding, consumer demand strong, and inflation high. With careful planning, organization, and reasonable discipline, you can get through January without financial regrets and save some money.

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Credit Consequences of Foreclosure and How to Recover

When it comes to maintaining a good credit score, this can be a difficult endeavor, especially if you are strapped for cash. Building a good credit score requires persistence and discipline, and it this is often a several years’ process. One event that may have... read more

Five Great Side Hustles for People Over 50

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to work from home and also placed a significant financial burden on many. As a result, a large number of people have picked up side hustles to earn extra income. And while it is true that many younger people are pursuing side... read more

Millennials are Underestimating Their Retirement Needs

Saving for retirement can feel like a daunting task, especially when you are young, and retirement feels extremely far away. One of the most important aspects of planning for retirement is accurately predicting how much you’ll even need to save in the first place.... read more

Five Key Strategies for Paying Off Debt

These days, many people are struggling with high debt balances. Managing these balances can be extremely daunting, and the prospect of paying them off can feel nearly impossible when you consider just your day to day needs alone. However, there are some key actions... read more

Maximizing the Tax Benefits of Charitable Contributions

Giving money to charity is an incredible act of compassion and selflessness. It is a tangible way to support individuals and organizations in need. In the United States, charitable contributions have raised nearly $250 billion, a large proportion of which has come... read more

Avoid This Single Greatest Retirement Mistake

Saving for retirement is a cornerstone of planning for your financial future. After all, for most people, there comes a point where they will stop working and will therefore need to depend on money that they have set aside over their lifetime to carry them through... read more

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