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11 Financial Tips For Parents To Share With Their Kids (Part 2)

| October 7, 2021
11 Financial Tips For Parents To Share With Their Kids (Part 2)

As parents, we want the best for our kids. Most schools do not do a good job of teaching personal finance. That leaves it to us, as parents, to educate them. Helping our kids become more financially savvy can help us have a lasting impact on their lives. It can also allow them to live […]

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11 Financial Tips For Parents To Share With Their Kids (Part 1)

| September 23, 2021
11 Financial Tips For Parents To Share With Their Kids (Part 1)

As parents, we want the best for our kids. Most schools do not do a good job of teaching personal finance. Helping our kids become more financially savvy can help us have a lasting impact on their lives. It can also allow them to live the lifestyle they desire. It starts with teaching them to […]

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How To Get Out Of Debt Fast: 10+ Tips You Need To Know Now

| September 9, 2021
How To Get Out Of Debt Fast: 10+ Tips You Need To Know Now

There are many reasons why people get into debt. Many don’t know how to get out of it, but this article will show you what you need to do to get that weight off your shoulders! This post will give you some practical suggestions on how to save money and pay down debts. It is possible for […]

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Budgeting Before You Retire And Planning For The Future

| August 26, 2021
Budgeting Before You Retire And Planning For The Future

Trying to estimate what your expenses will be during retirement can be challenging. It’s difficult to plan for inflation and to predict the costs of essential expenses in the next 10, 15, 20 years, or more. However, trying to come up with a spending plan for your retirement is crucial, as the earlier you start […]

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7 Tools To Build Wealth After 50

| July 27, 2021
7 Tools To Build Wealth After 50

There is an old joke in my office that goes like this: Everybody can retire in 15 years starting with nothing. I can prove it. Most people overspend until their birthday has a 5 in front of it. Then they panic. OMG! I have only 15 years until retirement! And then they get serious and […]

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Living Off Assets

| July 22, 2021
Living Off Assets

Last year, I had an interesting thing happen to me.  For the first time in my life, my investments earned more than I did.  I had a great year at work, where I earned six-figures, plus a nice bonus.  But, it was no match for my investments, which earned almost $200,000.  That wasn’t a typical […]

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5 Money Habits Worth Developing To Boost Personal Wealth

| June 29, 2021
5 Money Habits Worth Developing To Boost Personal Wealth

In real-life romantic relationships, it’s often the little things that matter, not the grand gestures worthy of a rom-com movie. The same is true of personal finance. You may have a high-paying job or a huge inheritance, but if you’re bent on boosting personal wealth, know it’s your little money habits that will play a […]

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To RETIRE Early, Change Your Expectations

| June 22, 2021
To RETIRE Early, Change Your Expectations

The Best Retirement Strategy for 50-year Olds If you still want to retire early and don’t have at least $1M in your retirement account by age 50, you have to change your thinking about what it means to retire while also taking a different path to retirement. What is the best way to retire early […]

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Will Bankruptcy Give You A Fresh Start?

| June 8, 2021
Will Bankruptcy Give You A Fresh Start?

Do your bills keep piling up and your income just can’t keep up? Do you have a huge debt load that dwarfs your income? Have you gotten laid off and have tons of debt? If you answered yes to any of the above, declaring bankruptcy might be an option for you. If you are reading […]

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Thinking About Retiring? 6 Non-Financial Tips For A Happier Retirement Start

| June 3, 2021
Thinking About Retiring? 6 Non-Financial Tips For A Happier Retirement Start

If you’re considering calling it time to retire, then I have a few non-financial tips for a happier retirement start. A lot of my early retirement relied on winging it. I was aware of the non-financial aspects of retirement. But I primarily focused on all the money stuff. As far as non-financial aspects, things I […]

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