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Profitable Ideas: No Regrets, No More Stinkin’ Thinkin’ About Money, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. Millions of Americans regret not saving for retirement earlier (Yahoo Finance). Learn from older Americans and avoid their number one financial regret. One smart thing you can do for your retirement today (Wise Bread). Need an action step […]

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Profitable Ideas: Biased Against Your Own Success, 100 Money-Saving Ideas, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. How Americans blow $1.7 trillion in retirement savings (Bloomberg). If you could just eliminate two behavioral biases… Why you need to write a will — even if you aren’t Prince (MarketWatch). You also need power of attorney documents […]

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Profitable Ideas: An April Financial To-Do List, the Money/Happiness Connection, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. Your April financial to-do list (Consumer Reports). Getting on top of your finances one month at a time. Easy ways to help protect yourself against credit card fraud (Mashable). How a little bit of effort can save you […]

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Profitable Ideas: A Simple Money Move to Make Now, When NOT to Save for Retirement, and More

A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. One simple financial move you can make in a month (Forbes). A little bit of this can make a big difference. When not to save for retirement (Reuters). I agree – there are two steps you should take […]

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The Essentials of Investing

Investing is arguably the most challenging and intimidating topic within personal finance.  There’s a lot to know and the terminology can be confusing. To lower the fear factor and cut through the confusion, here are some of the investing essentials. Get In The Game There’s a financial force in the world so powerful that Einstein […]

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Will You Ever Be Able to Retire?

It used to be that a lot of people were confident they’d be able to retire comfortably one day.  Funny thing was, even in those good old days, far fewer people were actually taking the necessary steps, like saving enough money. Today, things have changed.  More people are facing the fact that they’re behind on […]

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The Scared-to-Invest Generation

The recession has left workers in their 20s and 30s wary of the stock market.  According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, the percentage of workers between 25 and 35 who say they have saved for their retirement has fallen by over 20 percent in the last decade.  A Newsweek article about the research noted […]

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How Much Would It Take To Feel Rich?

CNNMoney.com recently posed that question among a random sample of people and financial advisors.  Most people based their answer on an overarching objective of having enough money so that they would not have to work.  Individuals said that would require anywhere from a couple thousand dollars a month to a billion dollars.  Advisors put the […]

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