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Real estate is a fickle market that makes some people rich and others cry and remain full of regret. However, the real estate game is unlike throwing dice at the casino. There is more strategy to be applied. For example, if you’re selling an existing home, there are things to do and others to leave [...]

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50th Anniver

When we are disabled from an injury or illness, it’s a life-changing event that impacts every aspect of our lives. We are battling the emotional drain from feeling less than human. We are suffering from physical pain and our limitations. Our families struggle alongside us as they assist us in our daily routine. We may [...]

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The answer to the question, is car insurance tax deductible, isn’t just a straight forward yes or no. It depends on your situation, as a self-employed individual may be able to deduct car insurance, while a non-business owner may not. Here’s a look at a few of the scenarios and whether or not car insurance [...]

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50th Anniver

You may be familiar with the different investment options for those who are looking toward their retirement. Our system has several options in place like 401ks and IRAs. These have long been sound investment strategies that have allowed people, even after retirement, to live comfortably without fear of destitution. There are tons of resources out [...]

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condos

Investing in a rental property can be a great opportunity to earn somewhat passive income, and if you hire a property management firm, it’s truly passive. A lot of people invest in rental properties not just because of the income stream it creates, but also the fact that it gives them an asset they can [...]

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insurance

Of all the different types of insurance that you can get, disability insurance is one of the most important. The thought of suffering from a disability and being unable to work is a terrifying one, especially if you have dependents or large financial commitments like debts to pay back. This can be particularly important for [...]

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Most people know that it’s sensible to make a will and to review it from time to time. So it’s shocking to realize from research done in 2016 that most Americans have no will at all, let alone an up-to-date one. Older and richer people are more likely to have a will, but a quarter [...]

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Break your big budget items to small line items

A few years ago Cracked.com published an article about the five worst habits people develop when they grow up poor. Among them was the fact that people on strict budgets often make purchasing decisions based on the price of an item at that moment and not how much the item will cost/save over the long [...]

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teens

Working on your monthly budget can seem like a lot of work and is not likely to be something that is at the top of your list.  Once you are out of high school and into college, there will be less time for making money as you spend more of your time studying to earn [...]

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One of the first reactions parents have when they hear their son or daughter is in trouble at college is disbelief. Not only do they want to see the best in their child but they’ll also think back to when they were at college and all the silly things they did – so, what’s the [...]

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Accounting

We all have dreams of buying a new home, a bigger car, a dream vacation and more. How does a frugal saver manage to handle such large purchases? The first thing many people would think of is charging their credit card or taking out a loan, but it makes much more sense to save money [...]

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