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DIY Financial Plan – Things to Consider

Regardless of the monetary situation, everyone should have a financial plan. Those without one believe they don’t make enough money to save or that creating a plan is too expensive. These are both false beliefs. Today, just 78 percent of Americans have a financial plan, which helps them stay on top of monthly expenses and…

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How to Save Money on Your Next Move

Moving to a new home is always an exciting adventure, especially when it's properly coordinated. It can also feel stressful, overwhelming, and impossible to accomplish at times. Instead of panicking, take a step back and reevaluate the situation. You probably already shelled out a lot of money on the new place you're moving into, depending…

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Where to Buy Inexpensive Bar Furniture for Home in the UK

Are you considering getting bar furniture for your home in the UK? First, it's a great idea to get bar furniture for homes and offices. It has become a trend in the UK in residences to place bar furniture. Hence, it is no longer found only in bars. So, where to buy inexpensive bar furniture?…

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Breaking Down the True Cost of Car Ownership

Car dealerships do not advertise the actual cost of owning a motor vehicle. If they did, fewer people would be willing to buy one. The truth is owning a car can be more expensive than you initially thought, whether you’re leasing, financing, or paying in cash. That’s because there are many other factors to consider…

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Investment Opportunities for Investing Beginners

The following is a guest post from Ron at The Wisdom Journal: So you’re ready to begin investing. You’ve paid off all your high-interest debt, have 3 to 6 months of living expenses socked away in a liquid account, and you’ve developed a working budget that leaves cash each month for investing in the stock…

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Quick Tip: Pick a Date for an Annual Insurance Review

Even if you're happy with your insurance policies, it's a good idea to review them periodically and get quotes from competing companies. Rather than doing this just whenever you happen to think about it, pick a date -- such as the third week in October or the first weekend in March -- and add it to…

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Question of the Day: Do You Do Your Own Taxes?

I've pretty much always done our taxes -- with the exceptions of my husband's business taxes since those involved franchises and corporations, which I definitely don't feel qualified to tackle -- and I'll admit that I kind of enjoy figuring out the laws and forms. However, after talking with a friend who is a tax…

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Should you borrow Money or use family savings?

Should you borrow money or use your family savings? When planning a significant purchase, you may question Should I get a loan or use my savings? Here are all the pros and cons you need to make an informed decision. If you plan to make a substantial investment, you are probably wondering what the best…

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Top Tips for Planning a Secure and Happy Retirement

Many people don't realize that old age comes along faster than you might think. One day you're partying with your friends, and the next day you're trying to locate the social security office in your area so you can apply for social security benefits. The thing is, those benefits aren't going to be enough for you to…

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Simple Ways to Start Saving Money Right Away

No matter where you turn, there is someone selling a cool new product or a bill collector handing you an invoice. It may even seem like living a life of debt is inevitable. However, there are several ways to start saving money despite your current income. Here are a few that you can apply right…

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