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5 Biggest Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

5 Biggest Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

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5 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid for a Glorious Future By, Douglas Keller Often, people imagine their golden years to be among the most relaxing and enjoyable of their lives, with exciting getaways abroad and peaceful sunsets out on the porch. And while these are wonderful dreams to have, far too often people make retirement mistakes that cost them the freedom that they spent a lifetime working towards. One positive thing that comes from these blunders is that it gives those preparing for retirement the opportunity to learn from others. All too often, the same mistakes are made, but that...

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Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

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7 Ways to Enjoy the Fourth of July + Maybe Build Wealth By contributing columnist,  Alexandra Deluise The Fourth of July is one of the highlights of summer for me. The holiday almost always includes a cookout, fireworks, and time spent with family around a campfire with marshmallows. This year, July 4th is on a Wednesday. You might even take off Thursday and Friday for time to recharge, relax and have some fun. This means five full days of potential festivities and cheap 4th of July fun! However, getting crazy on this patriotic holiday can cost a lot if...

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Mutual Funds vs Exchange Traded Funds – Which One’s For You?

Mutual Funds vs Exchange Traded Funds – Which One’s For You?

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The Definitive Guide to Mutual Funds vs. Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) By, Soumyadipta Basu Investors, you hear the terms mutual funds and exchange traded funds bandied about, but what do they mean, and what are their similarities and differences? Before comparing the two different kinds of funds lets first understand the fundamentals of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds and then you can figure out which one (or both) are best for you. Exchange Traded Funds vs. Mutual Funds Features Exchange-traded Funds Mutual Funds Trading ETFs are like stocks, they are actively traded and continuously priced throughout the trading day. Investors can...

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Is Blogging Dead? How to Make Money With a Blog

Is Blogging Dead? How to Make Money With a Blog

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How to Make Money With a Blog – Learn Why the “Blogging is Dead” Camp is Wrong By, Ramona Jar Every few months someone comes and tells the world “Blogging is dead.” and yet many of us still make money with a blog. Blogging has been dead for at least 10 years now, since the early adopters started making money and then claiming it’s a done deal – you can’t create a profitable blog. And yet, every year, new bloggers appear on the ‘map’ and earn a good income. Is blogging really dead? Well, blogging as we knew it...

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Real Estate vs Stock Market – Which is the Best Investment?

Real Estate vs Stock Market – Which is the Best Investment?

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Should I Invest in Real Estate or the Stock Market? By, Soumyadipta Basu Once you are on track with your primary financial goals such as retirement contributions and being debt free, (except for your home mortgage) it’s time to embark on your next journey in the world of personal finance. Next, it’s time to think about about growing your wealth. While there are a few options of doing so, investing in real estate vs stock markets are the both popular and offer high rates of return. Bonus; 6 Retirement Planning Tips for 50 Year Olds For an investor, trying to...

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Your Savings Account Stinks. Here are 5 Places to Keep Your Money Instead

Your Savings Account Stinks. Here are 5 Places to Keep Your Money Instead

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Alternatives to Savings Accounts – Not Under Your Mattress By, Greg Johnson With many banks offering an APY rate of 0.03% or less, using a savings account as a long-term investment option is not your best money move. You won’t be growing rich by watching your account grow in pennies. Bonus; Should I Pay off My Mortgage or Invest in the Stock Market? Don’t fool yourself into thinking that you are keeping your money safe in these risk-free savings accounts either. Stashing your money in a low-interest savings account means you’re just robbing yourself of potential earnings as inflation...

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