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6 Retirement Planning Tips for 50 Year Old’s

6 Retirement Planning Tips for 50 Year Old’s

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Retirement Planning Action Tips for Today You’ve hit the big 5-0 and the reality that you’re not going to work forever sinks in. If you’re like most Americans, your retirement account is on the lean side. A recent Economic Policy Institute article reports that for households between ages 50 and 55, the average savings balance is $124,831. Yet, all is not lost and at age 50, there’s still a solid 15+ years to go before retirement. With targeted planning, you’ve got time to craft a successful retirement. Read on for 6 important retirement planning tips for 50 year olds: Retirement...

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Financial Spring Cleaning: 5 Tips to Stay on Track

Financial Spring Cleaning: 5 Tips to Stay on Track

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Financial Spring Cleaning How to with Gloria Martinez, founder, WomenLed.org Winter’s giving way to spring and warmer weather, which means the holidays and tax season are in the rear view mirror. It’s time to look ahead to vacation and all the activities that make summer so much fun. You’ll want to be ready for it all, so take time now to do a little financial spring cleaning. Make sure your records and resources are in good order and ready for whatever comes along. Spring is a time of renewal, when you clear out the excess and determine what you...

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Shared Equity and More -Ways to Get Cash Out of Your Home or Help With a Down Payment

Shared Equity and More -Ways to Get Cash Out of Your Home or Help With a Down Payment

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Funding For Your Home – From Traditional Tactics to Shared Equity and Alternative Home Financing  Regardless of where you live, if you don’t have a $50,000, $75,000 or more for a down payment, there are shared equity and other programs to help. And if you want to cash out equity in your home, there are a variety of solutions. Living in the San Francisco area has its pros and cons. Buying a home – definitely a con. Building equity, if you already own your home is a definite pro. In September 2017, the average Bay area home cost $729,000,...

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Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

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Personal Finance Luminary Series-Robert Farrington Welcome to an inside look into some of the most important personal finance luminaries online. These influential people educate and entertain others about money topics. From authors to podcasters to writers, these money mentors are working to raise the level of financial knowledge and education. Robert Farrington, the College Investor, is an expert in millennial personal finance and student loan debt. Read more about Personal Finance Luminaries >>> Personal Finance Luminary College Investor-Robert Farrington Enjoy this interview with Robert, personal finance luminary college investor, one of my favorite online inspirations. 1. What is your background and...

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How to Become a Millionaire-Investment Advice for 30 Year Olds

How to Become a Millionaire-Investment Advice for 30 Year Olds

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5 Tips to Become a Millionaire “You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.” ~Warren Buffett (source; BrainyQuote.com) Get the specific, actionable steps to become a millionaire if you are in your 30s. Use this financial advice for 30 somethings as a step-by-step guide for wealth building. If you haven’t started investing for your future, don’t stress, now is the time to start understanding and implementing how to plan for retirement at 30. Investment Strategies for 30-year-olds – Backstory My husband and I started...

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6 Money Tips for Navy Seals – A Gift For Our Warriors

6 Money Tips for Navy Seals – A Gift For Our Warriors

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It’s official, I’m addicted to the History Channel’s eight part drama about the lives of Navy Seals, “SIX“. After watching two episodes of this edge-of-your-seat action drama, I experienced feelings of worthlessness and self-deprecation. After all, these guys risk their lives in dangerous circumstances to protect our freedom and what am I doing of value – writing investing and financial management articles? Then, the Seals come home to family drama and difficulties. And to add to their stresses, pay for an entry level Navy Seal is a paltry  $22,992 per year for entry level Special Warfare Operator Third Class. Despite...

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