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The time has finally come; you are sick of driving your old, beat-up car and are in the market to purchase a new vehicle. There is nothing wrong with replacing an older car, especially one that is run-down and unreliable.
Our nation’s student loan debt is over $1,000,000,000,000. Yes, visually much more impactful than saying $1 trillion, right?
College loans exceed 1.2 trillion dollars! Most of this debt is owed to the U.S. government student loan programs. Since this represents 6% of our national debt, non-repayment is a serious matter.
Starting at a young age, it is important to develop the fundamental financial principles that you can rely on throughout your life. If you can introduce your family to 2 distinct financial ways of thinking, a sense of perspective, balance and positivity will follow, no matter your family’s financial situation.
It’s December 23! How are you feeling? Maybe a little stressed if your 2013 financial goals are unmet.
As we all know, buying a home is big decision. As a first-time home buyer, many of us don’t know the unexpected costs associated with this purchase
With the increasing cost of college, parents are looking to take advantage of financial aid whenever possible. A key driver to getting financial aid is the completion of the FAFSA form.
Like a seed, growth takes time and patience. To find success in investing, you must sow a seed and be patient in letting it grow. At times, investors seek quick and easy returns on their investments.
The stock market is up over 16% so far in 2012. However, based on history, most individual investors have achieved far less. Why? Even conscientious investors have emotions.
You get a paycheck and nice benefits from your employer. You invest in your employer stock through your 401(k) or via options and grants. Are you putting too many eggs in one basket?
Whether you realize it or not, you are constantly making decisions that impact your future financial wellbeing. It may not cost you today, but these “cents-less” mistakes will certainly cost you tomorrow.
Playing golf in 40 degree weather is not as much fun as it may seem, but a few weekends ago it taught me a valuable lesson.