Save 95% On Investment Fees With This Proven Strategy

Save 95% On Investment Fees With This Proven Strategy

If you’re anything like me, you’ve snagged some pretty awesome stuff on sale, especially around the holidays. What if I told you it was possible to get a crazy deal on something you want – and to heck with 20% off. How about 95% off? Yes, you can actually save 95% on something you want,…
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Should I Wait to Buy a House Until after the Real Estate Crash?

Should I Wait to Buy a House Until after the Real Estate Crash?

Is now a good time to buy a house? Or should you wait to see if the real estate market completely implodes? After all, the next real estate crash – spurred by massive unemployment from the current coronavirus pandemic – is just around the corner. Or is it? It’s a fair assumption. After all, real…
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Focus on What You Save – Not on What You Spend

Focus on What You Save – Not on What You Spend

Most financial advice you see on the internet is focused on tracking expenses or starting a budget before saving money. But building a savings fund first can be a more realistic goal than tracking expenses. Why? You’ve got to start somewhere. Saving Money Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult The financial planning process can be a…
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Why You Should Skip Fake News and Be a Boring Investor Instead

Why You Should Skip Fake News and Be a Boring Investor Instead

When it comes to investing, most people who are successful use a simple approach to achieve results. They’re boring investors. Most investors are awful when it comes to researching the investments they make. And because they fail to research and plan, many investors unnecessarily lose money over time in the name of excitement and entertainment….
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What You Should Know About Retiring Early (And Staying Retired)

What You Should Know About Retiring Early (And Staying Retired)

Financial independence bloggers have made the idea of “early retirement” all the rage over the last few years. If you earn plenty of money and invest it wisely, early retirement enthusiasts claim that you can quit work earlier than your peers and enjoy decades of freedom before you reach old age. The good news is,…
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Focus on the Big Stuff to Cut Spending

Focus on the Big Stuff to Cut Spending

Have you ever wondered why you struggle to save for future goals when you make plenty of money? You keep trying to cut subscriptions, restaurant outings, and hobbies…but it’s not enough. There should be plenty of money leftover after your expenses, so what’s going on? We’ll dig into why tracking your spending can have a…
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Credit Freeze + Credit Scores: Everything You Need to Know

Credit Freeze + Credit Scores: Everything You Need to Know

Today we are breaking down credit scores, credit freezes, and how to keep your personal information secure. By the time you’re done reading this post, you should have a general idea of: How your credit score is determined Why your credit score is wildly important The process for improving your credit score Step-by-step how to…
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Annuity vs. Annuitization

Annuity vs. Annuitization

Red alert: annuities and annuitization are not the same thing. And confusing them can mean big consequences for your financial picture in retirement. If you want to plan for your future, it’s important to know the difference between an annuity and annuitization. Once you do, you’ll be able to strategically prepare for your retirement with…
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