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Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? FinanSavvy Answers

Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? FinanSavvy Answers

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Get the Answer – At What Age Can I Retire? Are you interested in discovering whether your current lifestyle, savings and spending plans will leave with you enough money today and in retirement? Find out today whether you’ll have enough money to retire. Most of us strive to make better decisions when it comes to money.  “Better” can mean a lot of things. Yet, when it comes down to it, better means acting in a way that balances achieving the long term financial goals you care about the most, against quality of life today, all the while being able to pay...

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How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery

How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery

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Wealth Building Road Map; How to Get Rich-Without Winning the Lottery I’m pained every time I stop by the neighborhood drug store and see the folks scratching off the lottery tickets. You’re as likely to get rich “investing” in lottery tickets as you are to get killed by lightning. How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery will lead you on a step by step path to become a millionaire. The book is filled with actionable tips to slash costs and ways to build wealth automatically.  Would you like a “get rich” approach without hyperbole? (Not a get rich quick scheme.)...

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5 Tips for Business-Like Budgeting for the Home

5 Tips for Business-Like Budgeting for the Home

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By staff columnist,  Alexandra Deluise Successful businesses have one thing in common: they are good with their money. If you want to maximize your money at home, you should take a business-like approach to budgeting. Here are five things that successful businesses do well, and tips to help you do the same! 1. Businesses Are Organized The first step in getting your household budget ready for business is to get organized. Businesses do this by taking careful inventory of every dollar that crosses their path. Successful businesses also need to know when their bills are due to avoid late...

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Lazy Investors Asset Allocation Guide to Amass $787, 355

Lazy Investors Asset Allocation Guide to Amass $787, 355

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5 Step-Lazy Investors Asset Allocation Guide “Trying to consistently pick investments that are going to beat their benchmarks is like trying to win a marathon wearing muddy boots. There is a lot of drag, and your odds of winning are very low. The high costs associated with attempting to beat the market will almost guarantee sluggish results.” ― Richard A. Ferri, All About Asset Allocation, Second Edition Who doesn’t want to amass a lot of money for retirement? Of course you want build a big nest egg. But if you’re like most people, you’re not sure how much to...

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What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

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Current Investing Analysis Will the Greece Situation Hurt My Investments? As investors, we tend to get nervous when there’s economic upheaval. It’s well known that investment markets are skittish. Markets can drop in a minute after negative economic news. The Greek Debt Crisis is all over the news. But what are the implications of this global crisis for the average investor?  Click here if you want to solve your investing problems.  Greek Debt Crisis Overview Let’s get a quick drill down into the Greek Debt Crisis. Then we can look at potential impacts for our investments and finally, what should...

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Get Rid of Money Stress with Free Text

Get Rid of Money Stress with Free Text

By in Asset Allocation, Automatic Saving, Bond, Budget, Debt, Inflation, Insurance, Investing, Mind and Money, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Personal Finance, Retirement, Saving, Stocks, Tips | 0 comments

You Can Live Without Money Stress Click here to get FREE investing book. It will reduce money stress + build wealth A recent Amercian Psychological Association Survey found that Money is the leading stressor for Americans. In spite of the finding that overall stress in the U.S. is at a seven year low and average stress levels are falling, money stress continues to distress us. Click here to get this FREE investing guide to build a 6-7 figure retirement fund (even if you’re over 40) You’d think financial worries were worst during bad economic times. Yet, since this survey...

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