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The Most Popular Financial Mistakes You Should Avoid

It’s life: everybody make mistakes. Mistakes teach us and make us wiser, especially financial ones. However, it’s difficult to stay on the top of your finances while being ignorant about the financial traps most people fall […]

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Short on Cash and Bills are Due…What Do You Do?

It’s one of the worst possible situations in personal finance – the bills are due and you’re short on cash this month. You’re probably scared, frustrated, and running out of options. What do you do? Here […]


5 Questions to Ask Your Life Insurance Agent

For each type of insurance sold to consumers today there are many potential questions that can go unanswered.  Sometimes we don’t ask the questions because we are embarrassed by our lack of understanding.  In other cases […]

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Top 10 Reasons Why You Need an Emergency Fund

You’ve heard all the pundits in personal finance extol on the fact that you need to have a emergency fund. I’m not going to preach to you about how much you should have, or where to […]

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5 Tips to Save Money and Improve Your Finances

Like the commercial on television with Jimmy Fallon says: everyone likes to save money. Here are five frugal tips to help you save money this year so that you can have a solid financial footing. 1. […]

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4 Ways to Build Your Emergency Fund Faster

Despite conventional wisdom suggesting that it would be wise to have a stash of savings set aside for unforeseen events that life could throw your way, many Americans opt to forgo the safety net and face […]

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3 Ways to Get a Loan Online

Over the last decade, more and more people have started using the internet for everything. So, it makes sense that people would start looking for ways to get a loan online. And in response to the […]


5 Surefire Ways to Improve Your Investment Performance

Investing in the stock market is a risky business if you don’t know what you’re doing. Even if you do, it’s possible to lose a lot of money. Personally, I have moved away from individual stock […]


How Big Should Your Emergency Fund Be?

There’s an ongoing debate as to how large an emergency fund should be. The amount needed will be different for each person, for each household, but I’d like to look at the question from a different […]

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