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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 Monday. This means three full days of potential festivities and cheap 4th of July fun! However, getting crazy on this patriotic holiday can cost a lot if you are not careful. Save some money with these frugal tips for a fun-filled holiday weekend. 7...

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OnTrajectory, the ‘Google Maps’ of Financial Planning Answers the Question; Can I Retire Early?

OnTrajectory, the ‘Google Maps’ of Financial Planning Answers the Question; Can I Retire Early?

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Can I Retire Early? Get the Answer Big and even small regular expenses can sabotage a comfy retirement. Are you curious about how decisions about car purchases and lattes, might affect plans for retirement? Maybe you’ve never thought about the relationship between your new car and your retirement date. Can I Retire Early? OnTrajectory Shows If You’re On Track for Retirement What is OnTrajectory and How Can it Help Me? OnTrajectory.com is a “fin-tech” startup helping you map your current and future financial journey. This platform gives you vivid illustrations of your income, expenses, and investments. After inputting some...

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6 Steps to Avoid Outliving Your Money in Retirement

6 Steps to Avoid Outliving Your Money in Retirement

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Guest Contributor, Kostas Chiotis Don’t Outlive Your Retirement Money! Planning for retirement is one of the most important things you can do financially. It’s also one of those things that people tend to put off until retirement is right around the corner. But if you don’t have a solid plan in place, you risk outliving the money you set aside for retirement. Although, if you start today, it’s possible to avoid outliving your money. Make it a priority and your future self will thank you. So whether you are already retired, nearing retirement, or still have decades to go, this article...

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What Percent of My Income Should I Save?

What Percent of My Income Should I Save?

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Get a Clear Answer to the Question: What Percent of My Income Should I Save? Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Are you constantly stressed over your finances? If so, you are not alone. Millions of people struggle with financial issues throughout the year. Even more alarming is the fact that many folks lack any or enough savings to handle even a basic financial emergency. If this sound familiar – don’t panic. It is never too late to start saving for you and your family’s future. Understand that saving is a fundamental step in the wealth building...

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The Pros of Being a Landlord – It’s Awesome – Why You Should Invest in Real Estate

The Pros of Being a Landlord – It’s Awesome – Why You Should Invest in Real Estate

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This post is written by John from ESI Money. The Pros of Being a Landlord A while ago Barbara wrote a post titled Being a Landlord Sucks — Why You Shouldn’t Invest in Real Estate. It was an interesting title that showed up in my feed reader. Since I’m a big fan of real estate investing, I clicked through, read the piece, and left this comment: Hahahahaha! I hear you, real estate is not for everyone. On the plus side, RE was the main reason I retired at 52. It’s managed by a company for me, so I have...

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Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

Wall Street Kitchen-The Recipe Behind A Housewife’s 1,000% Stock Market Return

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How One Woman Cracked the Investing Code + Money Links Guest contributor, Victor Chiu New author, Victor Chiu introduces his book, Wall Street Kitchen and shares insights into his Mom’s stock market success.  Hello to all Barbara Friedberg fans! I’m Victor Chiu, author of Wall Street Kitchen – The Recipe Behind a Housewife’s 1000% Stock Return, and I’m super excited to tell you all about it. Wall Street Kitchen is a self-help, based-on-a-true-story-of-my-own-mom book that’s dedicated to the beginner and intermediate investor level audience.  For Mom, the kitchen was not only a place to create great food but also...

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