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How to Travel Safely with Your Money

  It is close to summer and that means more and more people will be hitting the road to enjoy travel destinations all over the US and the world. Traveling and exploring can make you a target for thieves and … Continue reading

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Understanding How a Reverse Mortgage Works

  Over the past decade or so there has been a lot of changes and movement in the mortgage industry. One of the changes has been the addition of the Reverse Mortgage. Aimed particularly at the senior age group who … 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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What Kinds of Debt to Pay Off First

When you are looking at a lot of debt to pay off, it can be tough to know where to start. One thing is for certain, you have to make a debt repayment plan and stick to it until the … Continue reading

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Financial Tips for the Newly Divorced

Getting a divorce is a stressful time all the way around but when you are also trying to split and configure your finances, it can be a headache. Dealing with the unknown, especially in the financial area, can be hard … 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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5 Financial Tips for Middle-Aged Adults

When we reach middle age the reality of saving for more than a rainy day hits home hard. Suddenly you realize that if you want to retire any time within the next 10-20 years, your financial house needs to be … Continue reading

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When Should You Consult a Credit Counselor

  Having credit is a two edged sword. It is great for emergencies and necessary for making large purchases like cars and homes. But it can also become a negative if you get too far into consumer debt, to the … Continue reading

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Financial Long Term Habits That Will Pay You Back

I think we all have a desire to be financially stable with our income and finances. Building it to a point where we don’t have to worry, but just have to manage it is a great goal. There are some … Continue reading

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