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What to do With Your Stimulus Money

What to do With Your Stimulus Money

There’s nothing quite like a sudden windfall of cash, right? In the past year, Congress approved a $1200 stimulus in March and then a second, smaller $600 stimulus in December. If the Biden Administration’s plan to increase the size of the stimulus to $2000 goes through, people who qualify might …

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The New Rules of Retirement

The New Rules of Retirement

You might not quite be ready for retirement at the moment, but there’s no time like the present to start preparing for your future. The sooner you start saving for retirement and ensuring that you’re taking the right steps, the better. Here are five tips for 2020 that you’ll want …

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Avoid These Financial Mistakes at All Cost

Avoid These Financial Mistakes at All Cost

Think back to when you were in high school. What financial advice would you most want to give to your younger self? When you’re in high school, it can be a fantastic time to start learning about financial basics, and as you get older, you can start fine-tuning the entire …

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You’re Not Saving Enough for Your Retirement

You’re Not Saving Enough for Your Retirement

It can be really complicated trying to figure out how much you should save for retirement. Some rely on conventional wisdom that tells you to save 10% of your income to put toward retirement. Saving 10% is supposedly enough to support you when you finally reach retirement age. However, the …

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The Financial Advice You’ve Been Missing

The Financial Advice You’ve Been Missing

When it comes to finances, there is some advice that is very widely shared, but sometimes the best advice never comes to light until it’s too late. Here are a few finance tips that you’ve probably never heard before, that you’ll be glad that you’ve finally learned about. Create a …

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Which 401K is Right for You?

Which 401K is Right for You?

As millennials look into their best retirement options, they still have time on their side as an advantage. However, not all 401(k) funds are the same, and some are better suited for those who were born in the early 80s through the mid-90s. Here’s a look at some of the …

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Choose Your Student Loans Wisely

Choose Your Student Loans Wisely

When it comes to student loans, you might feel overwhelmed. There’s so much information to digest, and you know that if you make the wrong decision, you can literally be left paying for your mistake for the rest of your life. The good news is that it doesn’t have to …

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You Can Make Six Figures and Still Feel Broke-Here’s Why

You Can Make Six Figures and Still Feel Broke-Here’s Why

Millennials Making Six Figures Still Feeling Broke; 10 Cities Where Millennials Are Actually Owning Homes; and Why Millennials Don’t Actually Like the Term ‘Millennial’. Millennials Making Six Figures Still Feeling Broke Back in October, Melkorka Licea made a report about “Henrys” for the New York Post. In the article, she …

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Do Yourself a Favor and Start Saving for Your Future Now

Do Yourself a Favor and Start Saving for Your Future Now

How Younger Generations Expect to Retire; Avoiding Spending Hangovers When You Make Bad Financial Decisions and the 3 Most Common Investing Mistakes. How Younger Generations Expect to Retire, Where Their Income Will Come From Millennials and Generation Z may face a unique challenge as they grow older, considering they have …

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