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Basic Info about Tax-Advantage 529 College Savings Plans

  It is never too early to start thinking about saving for your child’s college. With the costs of education increasing every year, planning your savings will save you some stress when the big day finally arrives.   If you … Continue reading

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6 Financial Tips for Single Parents

If you are a single parent, you know the struggles with finances that can crop up when you least expect it. Raising children is not easy nor inexpensive. But the good news is that with some planning ahead, you can … Continue reading

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6 Top Tips for Working with a Stock Broker

  There are many ways to save for the future and using the stock market to build funds is something that millions of people do. Chances are you may already be using funds, like your 401(k), to build your retirement … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Make Money After Retirement

  Gone are the days when we can just rely on Social Security for your retirement. For one, if you are planning today for retirement in the future, we have to make sure to include plans for additional income. For … Continue reading

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More Tips to Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud

In the previous post we addressed tips on how to protect yourself from credit card fraud and other types of personal identity fraud too. Today we are sharing additional tips that you can use to stay safe.   There are … Continue reading

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How to Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud

We have addressed this topic several times because it is very important to you. Coming up today and with our next post is a 2 part tip piece on all of the different ways you can protect yourself from fraud … Continue reading

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Do I Need Estate Planning?

We talk a lot about planning for the future and that also must include our final wishes and estate planning. Not a pleasant subject to have to deal with, but it is a necessary one, no matter your age.   … Continue reading

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How Much Should You Put into Retirement Savings Each Year

Thinking about retirement? You should be regardless of your age. They say hindsight is 20/20 and that is certainly true when it comes to starting your retirement savings. The good news is that you can start today even if you … Continue reading

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Easy Ways for High School Students to Make Money

  Summer is right around the corner and soon kids will be looking for those part-time summer jobs to help earn their spending money. Just like adults, high school kids should be putting a minimum of 10% of all money … Continue reading

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Save $20,000 a year by breaking your spending habits

Do you ever wonder where your paycheck goes? Here is a list of things that you can cut down to save a total of $25,323. If you can make better spending choices, you’ll save at least $10,000 a year.   … Continue reading

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