Recessions happen. Stocks fall. And other reasons NOT to worry.

Last week marked what seems like the 800th time in the last decade that an imminent recession has been identified by (choose your favorite economist or market forecaster). Only this time, we apparently have to accept it as a certainty,...

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3 Ways to Fund Your 401k on a Tight Budget

If your employer offers 401k matching and you’re not contributing enough to max it out, you’re missing out on free money.  The problem is, if you’re living on a tight budget, taking money off your paycheck to contribute to your...

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3 Ways to Approach Retirement Like a College Entrance Exam

Remember sweating right out of your flip-flops as you waited in line to take your ACT or SAT test as a high school student? Recall how your heart raced and how much you wanted to melt behind the dumpster in...

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3 Ways to Know if You’re Ready to Buy a House

Everyone’s dream is to have a house they can call their own. You can move freely, hang pictures on the wall, remodel whenever you want, and your children can run around the house without fear of ruining anything. You can...

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3 Ways to Pay Off Debt and Have a Happy Marriage

Are you struggling to pay off your debt? Do you feel stuck with no end in sight? Does your frustration and stress with your finances carry over to your marriage and cause fights? Luckily for you, there are many ways...

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