Suitable financial goals: Toddlers to adulthood

Will you tell your 5-year-old to start saving for college? And would you burden your pre-teen with a retirement plan?…

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Is what you are making enough? Let’s talk income!!

One of the clearest ideas that wealthy people have is that a person (or a family) should never (under any circumstance)…

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Saving for a House? Plan your strategy well

Buying your first house? Congratulations! Not only for being courageous, for embarking on the exhausting road ahead of you, but…

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Breaking Poverty Cycles

For the record, I probably would not believe this story had I not been sitting in the room when it…

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Kids can’t have a ROTH IRA, right? Think again!

My wife and I were mentoring two teenagers at our house one evening. One of the teens grandmother came to…

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“El sueño americano asequible”

Con los honorarios de la declaración del gobierno que se extienden de gratis a sobre $3.000.00 y los honorarios del…

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“The Affordable American Dream”

With government filing fees ranging from free to over $3,000.00 and attorney fees costing at times several thousand dollars, trying…

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Couponing = junk, not savings!

My wife and I started to talk about couponing the other day and I was telling her it might be…

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Saving, the key to financial independence

Most people think that saving for a rainy day or emergency is something you do ‘just in case’ you have,…

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4 Steps to help you daily

Have you ever planned to get things done and then got distracted? And then by the end of the day…

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