8 Steps to Rebuild Your Financial Life After Divorce

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8 Steps to Rebuild Your Financial Life After Divorce

8 Steps to Rebuild Your Financial Life After Divorce

If you’ve gone through it, you don’t need me to tell you how financially devastating divorce can be. Many people lose half (or more) of everything they’ve saved over their lives. This includes their home, retirement, business and investments. If that isn’t bad enough, divorced people often see their income wither while their expenses explode.... Read More

How to Make Early Retirement a Reality

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How to Make Early Retirement a Reality

How to Make Early Retirement a Reality

Sometimes you might feel as though you are chained to a job for the next 20, 30 or 40 years and there’s no way out. If that describes you, I have some great news. It’s not necessarily true. If you are willing to think outside the box and take decisive action, you can retire decades... Read More

Is a Credit Report Error Costing You Money?

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Is a Credit Report Error Costing You Money?

Is a Credit Report Error Costing You Money?

Your credit report could contain material errors. These are mistakes that other people make but you ultimately to pay for — and left uncorrected, you may end up paying for those errors for years and years. According to a recent Federal Trade Commission report, one in five people have flawed credit reports. Not all of... Read More

The Dangers of Borrowing Against Your 401K

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The Dangers of Borrowing Against Your 401K

The Dangers of Borrowing Against Your 401K

According to a recent TIAA-CREF survey, almost one in three Americans borrow against their employee retirement plans at one time or another. That must mean it’s a smart move…right? Wrong. As you’ll see, borrowing money from your 401(k) or other retirement plan at work can be one of the very worst financial moves you can... Read More

Is It Time for You to Retire?

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Is It Time for You to Retire?

Is It Time for You to Retire?

Retiring can be a frightening subject. Where is the income going to come from once you pull the plug? How much will you need? How will you spend your days? These are all important questions you have to address. But what if you don’t have the answers? The last thing you want to do is... Read More

5 Ways to Find Money in Your Budget

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5 Ways to Find Money in Your Budget

5 Ways to Find Money in Your Budget

If you are really serious about taking your financial situation to the next level, start by taking a good hard look at what you spend on average each month. That’s because you have more control over your spending than any other part of your financial life. No matter how much money you make, if your... Read More

5 Budgeting Mistakes Most People Make

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5 Budgeting Mistakes Most People Make

5 Budgeting Mistakes Most People Make

Some people take budgeting very seriously. They budget their money down to the very last cent. Others ignore the subject completely and don’t even bother to look at the big picture every now and then. Regardless of the camp you’re in, there are five budgeting boo-boos that most people make — and they are big.... Read More

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