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The Health Savings Account Guide + the Secret to its Wealth-Building Power

The Health Savings Account Guide + the Secret to its Wealth-Building Power

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The HSA Can Catapult Your Wealth Several years ago, I was floored when my health insurance premiums topped $500. Oh, for the good old days. Last year, I paid over $700 per month. Recently, I gingerly opened next year’s health insurance estimate to discover that in 2019, I’ll pay more than $800 per month. And my health insurance plan has a deductible of thousands of dollars. Which means that before the health insurance company pays a reasonable percent of my health care expenses, I shell out thousands of dollars. Here’s where the beauty of a Health Savings Account (HSA)...

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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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Emperor Investments Stock Investing Solution – Robo-Advisor for Stock Investing

Emperor Investments Stock Investing Solution – Robo-Advisor for Stock Investing

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Emperor Investments – DIFY (do it for you) Stock Market Investing – For a Fair Price Interview with Brenna Casserly, CEO of Emperor Investments, an all-stock robo-advisory investment portfolio.  Founded by Brenna Casserly, former investment analyst and Francis Tapon, PhD and economics professor at the University of Guelph, Emperor Investments implemented this unique stock-only portfolio ten years ago, with their own money. Emperor Investments robo-advisor was born  in 2017 from this collaboration. Learn about how an actively-passively managed equity portfolio might beat the returns of an index fund investment portfolio in this interview with Emperor co-founder Brenna Casserly.  Q:...

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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. With all the stressors of entering adulthood, these money saving tips for new college grads will ease the transition. Many young people graduate with tens (or even hundreds) of thousands of student loan debt, have little or no savings and poor financial...

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Increase Profits and Reinvest in Your Small Business

Increase Profits and Reinvest in Your Small Business

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Tips for Entrepreneurs – Reinvest in Your Business Contributing columnist, Kostas Chiotis We interviewed 11 successful online entrepreneurs. Learn their tips for success and how much they reinvest into their business. Their answers might surprise you. Warren Buffett learned about the importance of reinvesting your profits at the ripe age of 18. While still in high school and hoping to make a few bucks, he and a pal invested $25 in a pinball machine. They installed the game in a barbershop. The pinball turned out to be quite successful, and the two made a nice profit. But, instead of spending...

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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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