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6 Ways to Save More Money in the New Year

Guest Blog – NerdWallet Even if saving has never been your thing and money is tight, the coming of a new year is an opportunity to change old financial habits. Here are some ways to become a more efficient saver. 1. Budget Budgeting helps you organize your finances so you have money left over to […]

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How to Get out of Debt in the New Year

Guest Blog – NerdWallet A brand new year often inspires positive life changes such as breaking free of debt. If collections calls have been interrupting your dinner or you’re just stressed out from heavy-duty debt, here’s how to eliminate the burden. Determine where you stand In order to solve a problem, you need to fully […]

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5 Financial Resolutions for the New Year

Guest Blog – NerdWallet A brand new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start. 1. Get on budget Take charge of your finances by creating a budget. Start by calculating after-tax income and subtracting […]

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Posted in: Blog, budgeting, Credit, Debt, Financial Goals, Financial Planning

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5 Financial Tips for Fall

Guest Blog by NerdWallet, Inc. Fall means dreams of pumpkin spice lattes, turkey dinners and a cozy holiday season just around the corner. Here are five ways to make sure you’re financially well-equipped for the last stretch of the year. 1. Tackle back-to-school shopping wisely Whether you’re shopping for your kids or yourself, approaching back-to-school sales with […]

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American Face Mounting Financial Pressure

American Face Mounting Financial Pressure

More and more Americans believe that their savings will run out before they do, according some new data from Northwestern Mutual. Northwestern Mutual, in its 2016 Planning and Progress Study, found that two thirds of Americans believe there is some chance that they will outlive their savings, with 1 in 3 (34%) saying the likelihood […]

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When Expectations Clash with Reality

Many Americans want – even expect – to live past 90, yet they don’t prepare for the reality of living to a ripe old age, finds a new survey. The survey, sponsored by the Stanford Center on Longevity and Time, found that expectations are bound to clash with reality, for many Americans. For instance, more […]

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Most Americans Have Inadequate Emergency Funds

Savings goals begin with having enough for emergencies, then move on to having enough to see you through a job loss and, finally, to having enough for retirement. A new study finds that most Americans aren’t even getting past the first stage. The author of the study, Bankrate, recently found that 63% of Americans can’t […]

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NAR: Pending Home Sales Are at a 9-Year High

NAR: Pending Home Sales Are at a 9-Year High

A new report from the National Association of Realtors shows that pending home sales in April rose to their highest level since May 2006. With the 2015 home buying season underway, this data becomes a significant indicator of the health of housing markets across the country – which usually tells us a lot about the […]

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Turbo Charge Your Retirement

Q:  I’m in my 40s and haven’t saved nearly enough to prepare for retirement. How can I “turbo-charge” my retirement savings to catch up? A:  The good news is that you still have a lot of peak earning years ahead of you. Many people don’t hit their professional stride until they reach their 40s, 50s […]

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