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5 Tips to Get What You Really Want

5 Tips to Get What You Really Want

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Are You Losing Your “Most” Because of Your “Now?” Guest Post, Alexandra from Real Simple Finances Click here to grow your wealth and have more money for what you really want.             For those of us old enough to remember Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – you know, the one before Johnny Depp – Veruca Salt might pop into your head during this post*. She...

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Pay Off Debt or Save for Retirement – What to Do First?

Pay Off Debt or Save for Retirement – What to Do First?

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Pay Off Debt or Save for Retirement-4 Factors to Consider Michael from Studentloansherpa.com asks: For people with existing debt, such as credit cards and student loans, is it best to pay off debt or save for retirement? I realize that the interest rate is obviously a big factor here, so at what debt interest rate does putting money towards retirement instead of...

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Create Financial Goals You’ll Achieve with Experian

Create Financial Goals You’ll Achieve with Experian

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How to Create Financial Goals- Experian Twitter #CreditChat with top Money Bloggers I was honored to be asked to host an Experian #CreditChat twitter event. For those unfamiliar with a twitter chat, it’s a twitter conversation on a particular topic where everyone is invited. The topic this week was: How to Create Financial Goals You’ll Achieve in 2015...

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Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

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Understand Household Cash Flow to Build Wealth? Guest contributor; Stanley A. Riggs, MD Are you ready to start building wealth, rather than just making a living? Consider what you’re doing with your cash flow. Building wealth and achieving financial independence is like losing weight or quitting smoking. It is simple, but not easy. By understanding what to do...

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5 Money Saving Tips for New College Grads

5 Money Saving Tips for New College Grads

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Start Wealth Building Habits Now Guest contributor; Anton Ivanov  College graduation is fun and exciting. New grads are finally done with their education and are eager to embrace new opportunities. But graduation can be a very stressful time as well. Along with finding a new job, moving and adjusting to post-college life, new grads often face financial problems....

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