Budgeting

Quick Income Ideas

The Federal Reserve recently reported that four out of 10 American adults surveyed said they would struggle to pay for an unexpected expense of $400 or more.1 This revelation goes against the common financial advice urging adults to have three to six months of expenses saved in an accessible account for emergencies.2 Nearly everyone has…

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New Year a Good Time for New Approach

We frequently resolve to reinvent ourselves in the new year — exercise more, eat healthier, read more or save more. This concept of reinvention carries over to several aspects of the financial world as well, both personally and in businesses. At a certain age, it’s common for people to put their materialistic desires behind them…

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Planning for Your Retirement

Having a stockpile of money set aside and used at your disposal for relaxation, traveling, or whatever you see fit is what the “American dream” is all about. Are you ready to retire? When it comes to retirement, there is not a single mold that works for every single person. There are several ways to…

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