What To Do About Your Student Loans?

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Loans come with different terms and structures, which plays a large part in the overall confusion and struggle of student borrowers. I’m listing three different tactics people use when trying to reduce their burden, and at least one of them should provide the right option for you.

10 Reasons Your Productivity is Lacking

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When you can identify and admit your faults, self-improvement becomes a whole lot easier. Take an honest look at the following productivity killers and start thinking about steps you can take to combat them.

10 Trending Businesses for 2020

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Since looking ahead can be fun and informative, let’s get a sneak peek at 10 businesses and business concepts that could be on the rise in 2020. Some are more exciting than others, but every one of them ought to be kept on your radar.

Millennial Money: Investing Strategies for Millennials

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It takes a concerted effort to save and invest these days, but I have confidence that this generation - which now makes up more than 50% of the workforce - can conquer modern financial challenges. Here are a few ways to make it happen.

By the Numbers: 6 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Companies Run By Women

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Over the last decade, the data keeps making one thing abundantly clear: every would-be venture capitalist should have an eye on female-founded businesses.

Tech Stocks and Value Investing

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To be very clear, I’m a fan of value investing. I think it’s wise to target stocks that seem underappreciated. I also think “value investing” causes a lot of people to miss out on valuable investments. ‍

7 Things You Should Probably Budget For

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It’s hard to account for everything that needs to go into a budget. After you tick through the obvious items, you have to start thinking about all those items that walk the line between want and necessity.

Can Giving Back Boost Your Revenue?

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It’s pretty easy for me to argue in favor of giving back to the community. I believe tithing is one of our most important responsibilities, using the means we earn to improve the world around us.

4 Places to Put Your Cash

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We get caught up thinking about the big money makers - stocks, real estate and business investing - and forget that having a healthy amount of interest-earning, liquid assets adds some needed diversity.

Where Does Your Broker's Bread Get Buttered?

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In the world of financial advising, we see far too many examples of professionals abusing their freedom. If the motivation is there, the mechanisms are in place to take advantage or people and their retirement accounts. ‍

8 Easy Ways to Save for Summer Vacation

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Here are 8 ways you can start saving money tomorrow. Some might save you a lot, others just a few dollars, but a few dollars saved every week for a few months can equal a plane ticket.

Pros and Cons of Bundling Insurance

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Shopping for insurance is a big deal. If you feel like it’s a small deal, you need to make a bigger deal out of it. Why does it matter so much?

5 Items for Your Immediate Financial Bucket List

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I’m a big advocate of setting goals. With clear objectives come focus, drive and that irreplaceable sense of achievement once you check a big item off your to-do list.

7 Tips for Successful Outsourcing

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Growth is an important part of a company’s success. And with expansion comes more clients and more work, making those who run successful companies some of the busiest people on the planet. ‍

The Whens and Whys of Early IRA Withdrawals

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You have to save for retirement. In case any part of that is unclear, I’ll try to spell it out in plainer terms: YOU HAVE TO SAVE FOR RETIREMENT.

8 Habits That Hit You in the Checkbook

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If you think you have a spending problem but aren’t exactly sure where the money is going, here are some of the areas where we tend to waste the most.

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