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Nov 22, 2017
Dealing with debt: Yes, you can save for college AND retirement
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Millennials know student loan debt. Borrowers under 30 are carrying more than $376 billion in student loans and those ages 30 to 39 hold more than $408 billion, according to 2015 data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New ...
USA Today
When to Take Your First Required Minimum Distribution From an IRA
You may be able to postpone taking your first required distribution from an IRA until the following year, but that can trigger a bigger ...
Kiplinger
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Millennials are planning differently for retirement
Instead of looking to the end of their careers, millennials are saving for incremental goals. Experts say this could be an issue down the line. How much do you have saved up for retirement? That's a scary question for a ...
USA Today
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Did you know?
4 out of 5 people have more risk in their portfolios than they realize. Riskalyze is a tool that empowers us to make sure the Risk Number of your portfolio matches your personal Risk Number.
Click here
How to Motivate Your Kids to Save and Invest: The Rule of 72
It all began in 1988, the year of my 13th birthday, the year in which I was finally allowed to crack open my first ever piggy bank ...
Kiplingers
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​​Will Reduced Earnings Lower My Benefit?
Social Security may be one of your largest assets. What and when you collect will make a huge difference to your lifetime benefits ...
Forbes
Boost Your Retirement Income With These 8 Tips
Retirement is when most people are assumed to be living on a "fixed income." Well, yes, Social Security checks can remain fixed for ...
Fox Business
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How to Read a Consumer Credit Report
A good credit rating can impact your finances in more ways than one, so it’s vital that you know how to read your consumer credit report ...
Investopedia
When playing it safe with your money can actually be risky
Your urge to play it safe is perfectly understandable. You already know from bitter experience that there are people out there ...
CNN
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Cut your grocery bill — without clipping coupons
When Andrew Daniels shops for food for his family, which includes two young children, he adds as many discounts as he can on top of ...
USA Today
Why Buying a Timeshare Is a Bad Idea
My wife and I went on vacation to Disney World a couple of years ago. The family had a great time, and I personally was glad to get away ...
Investor Junkie
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10 Best Financial Benefits for Military Families
Members of the military have a lot of special financial challenges that most people don’t encounter. However, they have access to many ...
Kiplinger
Cartoon
"Who would you rather have on your sales team, Average Joe or someone who can smell money from a mile away?"
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
There is a $1 bill and a $2 bill. How about a $3 bill?
See the answer below.
How to Save Money Without Really Trying
Kreisler, a lawyer turned humorist and the Editor-in-Chief of PeopleScience.com, is co-author with Dan Ariely of Dollars and Sense ...
Time
What Year Was It?
Who Shot J.R.
Who Shot J.R.
350 million people around the world tune in to "Dallas" to find out who shot J.R. Ewing who had been shot on the season-ending episode the previous March.
The day was Nov 21. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"In all realms of life it takes courage to stretch your limits, express your power, and fulfill your potential... it's no different in the financial realm."
Suze Orman
Trivia Answer
There is a $1 bill and a $2 bill. How about a $3 bill?
Answer: There actually was a $3 bill in the early 1800s, but only a few were ever printed by banks.
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