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24 Simple Rules Of Personal Finance You Must Follow

| April 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
24 Simple Rules Of Personal Finance You Must Follow

Personal finance. Oh, personal finance. Why aren’t thou known to all? That is the question, isn’t it? There really should be no reason that we have to cross the internet searching for the answers to personal finance because we can’t figure it out. We should receive all the financial education we need on money matters […]

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5 Important Financial Decisions You Must Make Before Your 40th Birthday

| March 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
5 Important Financial Decisions You Must Make Before Your 40th Birthday

People in their 20s can afford to be carefree, live life to its fullest, and make their own fair share of life’s inevitable mistakes and follies. In your 30s, you’ll most likely tone down your exuberance and focus more on your career or family. However, as you enter your 40s, the prospects of retirements start […]

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Stop Forgetting These Essential Items From Your Budget

| November 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
Stop Forgetting These Essential Items From Your Budget

Do you use a budget for your household expenses every month? If you do, congratulations! You are on your way to a more financially secure future. If not, check out my beginners guide to budgeting. There are items in a budget that seems to never be included when you look at normal family budgets: savings and taxes. […]

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8 Personal Finance Moves I Wish I Knew Before Turning 30

| October 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
8 Personal Finance Moves I Wish I Knew Before Turning 30

I am now 32 and I am sadly just starting to mature with my personal finance moves. I guess better late than never but I still get a knot in my stomach every time I think about the time I wasted. Today I want to talk about 8 personal finance moves I think every twenty-something […]

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Don’t Assume You Will Magically Retire…

| September 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Don’t Assume You Will Magically Retire…

Never assume that you will magically become financially stable. Financial freedom is the result of careful and meticulous planning. Contributing 3-5% to your 401k likely won’t be enough. This is especially true if you start investing late or not knowing what funds you are investing in. Figure out how much you need for retirement and […]

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