How Severe Is Your Debt Emergency?

This is a guest post by Brian Groener. Read more about him after the post. If you’re in debt, you’re not alone. In fact, millions of Americans struggle with debt. The average household owes somewhere between $5,000 – $10,000 in credit card debt alone. Want to know the largest destroyer of wealth? Well, you found it….

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Why Financial Freedom is the Ultimate Hobby

Today’s post is by DJ. You can read more about him after the post. Whenever a casual acquaintance asks me a question about my 401(k), investing, or pretty much anything having to do with money, it becomes pretty clear, very quickly that I have a lot of experience in this area. Sometimes they’ll ask: “How…

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Do Something Big This Year – This Idea Will Change Your Life

Today’s post is by guest contributor Kathleen Celmins. She has an awesome goal for you to commit to and a great system to make it a reality. I won’t steal her thunder, so read for yourself. I’ll add some comments after she’s done. Do you make resolutions? You know the ones I’m talking about. They’re…

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Why Everyone Should Love Dividend Investing

The following was contributed by a fellow reader, Joseph Hogue, CFA. Read more about him after the article. After six years of higher stock prices, it looks like the next couple of years could be a tougher road for investors. Questions on global economic growth and rising interest rates in the United States have led…

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When Should I Start Saving For Retirement? Now!

Have you put off starting your retirement savings because you don’t understand things like IRAs, 401(k)s, tax implications and contribution limits? Don’t be afraid. Although sometimes those things can get a little technical, there are tons of websites with easy-to-follow advice and solutions you can use. However knowing when should I start saving for retirement…

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