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Nearly 1 in 4 Americans Took out a Personal Loan in the Last Decade

Point of Interest A recent Interest.com survey found that 1/4 Americans have taken out a personal loan in the last decade and nearly 90% are satisfied with their experience. Taking out a loan has always been a popular way to handle unexpected expenses, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people across the world to reevaluate […]

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Wall Street bets virus meltdown gives landlords a chance to grow

Wall Street bets on Turnkey Rentals

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3 Investing Facts About Required Minimum Distributions You Need to Know in 2020

Failing to withdraw a required minimum distribution (RMD) from your own or an inherited IRA by the deadline results in a big tax code penalty: 50%. That’s right. If you were supposed to take out a minimum of $4,000 and (oops!) did not do so, you have the privilege of writing the IRS a check […]

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Retirees’ Top Financial Concerns All Revolve Around This 1 Thing

Hint: It’s something unavoidable for seniors. Though retirement is an exciting milestone to look forward to, the idea of it can be nerve-wracking. After all, there’s a host of financial unknowns associated with retirement, and living on a fixed income leaves many seniors struggling to make ends meet. It’s therefore encouraging to learn that 84% […]

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Mentors

Here is a good read we found on the subject of Mentors. This article is from the news organization CNBC and is titled:   31-year-old self-made millionaire: I spent $70,000 on mentorship in 6 months—here’s why it was worth it   Go to the CNBC website to read the full article at: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/11/31-year-old-millionaire-i-spent-70000-on-mentorship-in-6-months.html   For […]

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6 things I wish I could tell my 20-year-old self about money

Your 20s are one of the most important periods in your financial life. It’s a time when you’re finishing college, starting a career, building credit, and making some of your biggest financial decisions. Are there things you can do right now to set yourself up for success later? Yes! I’m 27 now, and I already […]

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How to financially plan for an Alzheimer’s or Dementia diagnosis

You or a loved one may have just received an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis, and while you may ride waves of shock and sadness, your thoughts may also turn to how you’ll take care of your loved ones (and yourself) financially. Americans living with Alzheimer’s currently number 5.8 million. One in three seniors dies with […]

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How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing

How To Retire Early Through Real Estate Investing     Real estate investment can be a tricky business, but when it’s done right, it can be rewarding for you and your retirement account. Whether you are thinking of investing in real estate or you already have a few properties under your belt, with the right […]

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Investors are increasingly worried about market volatility

Investors are increasingly worried about market volatility, fearing that it means a downturn is ahead, a recent survey by Allianz Life found. While the S&P 500 has soared to new highs and bonds have rallied, there have been rocky days in financial markets as drivers like the US-China trade war hang over US stocks. Investors […]

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Blow To Bitcoin As Top Accountants Make Serious Facebook Warning

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have been largely ignored by the world’s regulators over the last ten years, with only some small attempts to protect investors from wild bitcoin price swings and dodgy crypto exchanges. The bitcoin price, up some 200% so far this year, has somewhat recovered after a terrible 2018 largely due to interest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies from some […]

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