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Frugal Not Cheap: 3 Important Differences

| September 20, 2019 | 0 Comments
Frugal Not Cheap: 3 Important Differences

There are many differences between being cheap and being frugal. Someone who is cheap does not want to spend money on anything, regardless of its value. Someone who is frugal understands the value of things but wants to cut costs when possible. It is important to understand these differences in the following situations. Short-Term Versus […]

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5 Wealth Management Tips For Heading Towards A Comfortable Retirement

| September 13, 2019 | 0 Comments
5 Wealth Management Tips For Heading Towards A Comfortable Retirement

Most consumers know that planning for retirement takes a lifetime. While it’s more fun for consumers who are still working to focus on what they want to do with their new-found time, what they should be thinking about is wealth management. Read on to find five tips for how to save for a comfortable retirement. […]

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Big Risk Can Mean Big Growth

| September 11, 2019 | 0 Comments
Big Risk Can Mean Big Growth

Risks and rewards are related. They are usually inversely related. Generally, the more risk you take, the more you can get in reward. The opposite is true too though; the more risk you take, the more you can lose! Therefore, the risks you take should be calculated based on various factors. For the most part, […]

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What Is Universal Life Insurance And Is It A Good Investment?

| August 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
What Is Universal Life Insurance And Is It A Good Investment?

There are so many choices out there for life insurance, and it’s SO EASY to get sucked into a life insurance policy that isn’t financially smart. I have talked about term and whole life insurance in the past, but today I wanted to talk about universal life insurance and whether it’s a useful tool for investing. How […]

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6 Key Principles For Building Wealth

| July 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
6 Key Principles For Building Wealth

Do you understand how money works? We buy stuff and we sell stuff using money. It seems pretty simple, right? If money is so simple, why do the bottom 50% of Americans have a combined negative net worth?! If you’re not entirely sure what your own net worth is, you’re going to want to continue reading. What […]

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10 Unique Habits Of Rich People

| June 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
10 Unique Habits Of Rich People

Financially successful people can get treated pretty harshly in society, especially by those that have less than them. Moguls like Donald Trump are the wealthy elite that people love to hate. The reason is usually rooted in jealousy and those that hate are convinced the rich live a luxurious life at the expense of the […]

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4 Tips To Help You Start Saving Money

| April 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
4 Tips To Help You Start Saving Money

On the surface, saving money seems like an easy concept. But in practice, it is much harder. Saving money is especially hard for people who don’t have a reliable or stable income. If you haven’t started saving for the goals in your life, these quick tips will help you. Start Tracking Your Expenses The best way […]

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What You Can Do Now To Avoid A Paltry Retirement

| April 5, 2019 | 0 Comments
What You Can Do Now To Avoid A Paltry Retirement

Many Americans will spend their retirement scrimping and sacrificing, according to a recent Wall Street Journal study. Financial security expert Pamela Yellen, a two-time New York Times best-selling author, offers advice on how to avoid a paltry retirement. What You Can Do Now to Avoid a Paltry Retirement According to the study, “a combination of economic and […]

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Recovering From Financial Mistakes Like The Wealthy

| March 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
Recovering From Financial Mistakes Like The Wealthy

Regardless how experienced or educated you are, you will still make financial mistakes, some of them humdingers. Personal finance blogs and media outlets frequently share basic financial mistakes to avoid: spend less than you earn, invest in index funds, avoid debt and so forth. All this is good advice, but it goes a lot deeper […]

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