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Stop Tinkering With Your 401(k) to Keep Your Wealth

Stop Tinkering With Your 401(k) to Keep Your Wealth

By in Asset Allocation, Guest Post, Investing, Retirement | 2 comments

Keep Your Fingers Off the 401(k)  Retirement accounts functioned differently just a few decades ago. We mailed deposits to our retirement accounts, or banks made deposits out of our bank accounts and into the brokerage account. To change our asset allocation, we called our stock broker, and he either agreed with us or tried to talk us out of making a bad decision....

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Mindful Money

Mindful Money

By in Guest Post, Mind and Money, Wealth | 6 comments

Financial Stability Through Mind Power Guest Contributor,  Alexandra Deluise Achieving financial stability and wealth takes dedication, a strong plan, and determination to stay out of debt. Overall, the secret to financial happiness is a strong mind game. With mindful money, you learn to incorporate the principle of mindfulness and being aware to how you handle your...

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Top Ten Tax Saving Tips

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With April 15th looming just around the corner, many people are still scrambling to file taxes (unless they filed for an extension). If you have not filed your taxes yet, one of these 10 tips might help you maximize your tax return this year. Guest Contributor, Alexandra of Real Simple Finances.com 1. Choose your tax preparer carefully. Some people prefer doing...

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How to Clean Up My Credit History

How to Clean Up My Credit History

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What People Overlook After They Get Out Of Debt  Guest contributor, Neal Frankle of Wealth Pilgrim.com One of the many things I love about Barb’s personal finance blog is that it provides a wealth of strategies to help you build a solid financial future.  As Barbara repeatedly points out, the first order of business is to get out of debt if you have any. That step...

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3 Behavioral Finance Tips – Stop Stealing From Yourself

3 Behavioral Finance Tips – Stop Stealing From Yourself

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Use Behavioral Finance to Build Wealth Guest Contributor, Alexandra of Real Simple Finances.com             When you spend money on things that you don’t need, you are stealing from yourself.             This may seem like obvious advice to some, but if we take a quick look at the consumer-driven society we live in, it is clear that this is exactly what all the...

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