5 Jul

A Guide to Joint Finances

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Joining finances with a spouse or loved one can be stressful for many people. Fortunately, couples have many options. What works for one couple may not work for another, but there are many different ways that couples can combine their money (or keep it separate if needed). Know the Different Options In the past, joining […]

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18 Jun

Top Tips for Saving Money

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Finding ways to save money is all about efficiency. People who can make their money work for them, without realizing how much they are putting in, will be able to stick to a saving plan. Start Slow and Grow Many financial plans fail because people set a goal that they cannot realistically maintain, and saving […]

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2 May

Budgeting Beyond the Basics: Advanced Budgeting Guide

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Once people get used to maintaining a budget, they might wonder how much more they can do. From planning out yearly expenditures to predicting paychecks and tax liability, advanced budgeting gives people a leg up on their finances. Irregular Purchases Creating a budget that focuses on regular expenses that happen all the time is a […]

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12 Apr

The 4 Types of Real Estate Investment You Need to Know

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There’s no short of real estate success stories today, and the stunning tales could make anyone want to jump on the bandwagon. But to get started in real estate investment, investors need to understand what they’re up against. Buying a building is can be very different from traditional forms of investment, so learn more about […]

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16 Mar

Tips for Creating Your First Budget

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Have you little idea of where your money goes? Know that only 40 percent of families in America use and follow a monthly budget. This means that many families may be wasting money on unnecessary expenses that could be used toward getting out of debt or saving for retirement. Get more familiar with monthly expenses […]

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15 Feb

The 4 Major Types of Financial Investments

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Deciding how to spend money is sometimes less subjective than it seems. Those who understand how money works (primarily) use it as a resource to procure more money rather than as a means satisfy their most basic wants and desires. But taking this investment route requires some element of risk, and it helps to understand […]

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31 Jan

Retirement Savings in Your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s

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Knowing how to start saving for retirement, and when is the right time, has so many dependencies it can be difficult to know for sure. With these tips, people will have a greater understanding of how they can maximize their savings depending on their age. 20s: Starting Early The reason that so many retirement experts […]

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31 Jul

Top 5 things about Ethereum: The Ethereum Pentalogy

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To start off, what is  Ethereum? Ethereum is simply a cryptocurrency. For all those who know about BitCoin, Ethereum isn’t any different, well at least to an extent. 1.Ethereum Virtual Machine: There is something called the EVM, Ethereum Virtual  Machine which seems to be the advantageous part of investing in Ethereum. Here the users can […]

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31 Jul

Stock Market Crash

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A stock market is simply a platform where trading of securities is done. These securities have to be listed on the stock exchange, which enables the buyer and seller to trade them. So the stock market crash is a scenario where there is a dramatic decline in the price of the stocks, resulting in significant […]

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