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Investments

How to Begin Investing Your Money – 3 Worthwhile Investments

By investing early and maintaining your portfolio keenly, you can reap a good harvest after your investment matures. Here is how to begin investing your money.

Retirement

4 Useful Tips on How to Boost Retirement Savings

Tweet The good news is that there are steps he or she can take to increase retirement savings. Below are some useful tips on how to boost retirement savings. 1.

Retirement Planning

5 Retirement Saving Tips For When You’re in Your 40’s

Tweet But what happens to the fourth person? They probably saved but did not tuck away enough to see them through the coming years. According to statistics, 50% of workers

Budgeting

Finance for Everyone: How to get Ahead and Stay Ahead

Tweet Believe it or not, credit scores are more tricky than a simple swipe of the card and payment at the end of the month. Everyday adults lose their job,

Retirement Planning

Retirement Planning: How to Save for Retired Life

Tweet Whether you’ll be retiring soon or you’ve got years before you’re no longer working, it’s important to know how to save for retirement. If you’ve got a 401K or

Budgeting

How to Manage Your Finances as a Single Mother

Tweet If you’re a single mother, you understand how hard it gets to pay bills in a timely manner while saving up for emergencies pertaining to your children. Since you

Consumer Tips

Retirement Planning: What is Involved

Tweet Saving money for retirement can take much effort especially if you have other responsibilities such as putting children through college, paying medical bills and handling your mortgage. Yet, even

Retirement

Retire Early: You Can Make it Happen

It can happen. You can leave your career, retire, and enjoy a number of good years before you shed this mortal coil. A lot of Americans work past the “normal” retirement age of 65, either because they must or perhaps because they want to. Others leave early because of health matters.

Retirement

How to Reach Your Retirement Goals

Tweet If your health holds up, you may find that you’ll have 20 to 30 years of post-career time to live, with your income coming from funds you saved along