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If there's one thing you want to know about your financial planner, it's this: Is he or she qualified? This isn't necessarily something you can find out from surfing the Web. Here are five things you’ll want to know when you’re selecting a financial planner.
So, my brother just finished an insane 10-mile endurance obstacle course designed by British Special Forces called Tough Mudder.
Why are we waking up each morning to go to work? Are we working for ourselves, or are we driven to attain success in order to support the well-being of our family?
Today, I’m making a list of the Top 5 Reasons to Have a Baby. Yes, I said it. Here are the Top 5 Reasons to Have a Baby!
Most of us have 401(k) or 403(b) retirement plans at work, right? A question I’m often asked is whether it’s better to contribute to a Roth IRA or a 401(k).
As the great days of college will soon come to an end, you will all sit back, relax, and smile while thinking about the good times and the unforgettable moments.
Think about the first time you received advice from a friend on buying a stock. Was it a stock you had heard of before? Often, these friends have hot information about an up-and-coming technology stock that’s sure to boom. Easy money!
Many times we look at our short-term goals—buying the latest hot car, Xbox360, or 50-inch 1080P 120HZ LCD HDTV (I’ve done my research)—when we really should be focusing on the big financial picture.
When I talk to our generation about money and finances, I let them know a few simple facts. When the government goes into debt, someone else has to pay it back (this relates to all political parties).