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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:   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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This is the best week to sell your house

If you are thinking about listing your home, this is the best week to sell your house. Homes listed in the first week of April receive 14 percent more views and sell six days faster compared to the rest of the year, according to In addition, during this time sellers also see about 6 percent higher prices – […]

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Strategies to Lower Taxable Income

Tax reform might reduce your tax bill this year, but these Strategies to Lower Taxable Income, could be helpful too. Thanks to tax reform, many Americans will see their tax bills go down in 2018. The marginal tax rates have gone down, and the Child Tax Credit has doubled, just to name a couple of […]

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Americans Are Ramping Up Their Retirement Savings Efforts

We hear a lot about the importance of saving for retirement, especially given the fact that Social Security can’t sustain seniors by itself. And while new data from Bankrate reveals that many Americans are doing a better job of saving this year than in years past, most workers haven’t managed to ramp up their savings rates in 2018. Americans Are […]

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3 Questions To Ask Before You Retire

Millions of people are getting ready to retire but unfortunately most people do not have enough money to retire comfortably. To help solve this problem, here are three questions people should ask before they retire:   1. How much money do I need at retirement to generate the income I need? Most people need to […]

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