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The Truth About the Financial Habits of Gen Y

Millennials have been called many things -- and lots of the labels older generations tried to stick on Gen Y conflict with what we’ve grown up to be. When the Millennial generation was still coming of age and the majority of us were 19 or younger, we were called narcissistic, ...


Money and Marriage: How Couples Can Be Too Frugal

Can you ever be too frugal? Is there such a thing as saving too much of your money? If you’re future-oriented and obsessed with turning your financial goals into realities -- and constantly delay all gratification in the name of financial progress -- you could be guilty of both these ...


Get Free Money To Save for Retirement

So many people come up to me and say, "All that stuff you talk about saving is great…for people who make a lot of money. But what about the rest of us?" Well, there's a federal program that's been around for years to encourage people to save for the future. ...

Do You Know How Much You're Paying To Invest?

What you don't know about your retirement plan can hurt you. If you work for a smaller company and have a 401(k), the fees associated with that plan can be very, very high. Your investments should never have fees higher than .75% at the absolute worst. But in many cases, ...

Is a Financial Planner Worth the Cost?

Is a financial planner worth the cost? Is it a smart money move to dedicate some of that hard-earned cash to someone else to have them move it around in the market? All too often, people are quick to answer that financial planners and advisors aren’t worth the cost. They ...

The #1 influence to your financial future

The #1 influence to your financial future

An endless number of books and articles have been written to help you make smart moves with your money. But in the end, only 1 factor really matters above all others!

Top 5 Reasons Not To Borrow From Your 401(k)

According to a new study from Fidelity Investments, nearly 1 in 4 people have a loan against their 401(k) right now. There are a lot of reasons why people may choose to borrow against their 401(k). But are you ripping yourself off when you borrow from a 401(K)? When is ...

When Is It OK To Have a Mortgage in Retirement?

A new federal report says one-third of retirees now have a mortgage. That is virtually unprecedented in American history. Historically, when people turned 65, the majority of them would have been mortgage debt-free. But that scenario is changing. Having a mortgage in retirement may or may not be a danger ...

When You Should Take the Lump Sum Over the Pension

If you have worked at a company for 10 years or more, one day you may very well be faced with the following situation:  Your company is offering you a chunk of money or a perpetual monthly amount of income to either retire today or to help you “retire early.” ...

Retirees: Why to stay with your employer's saving plan

Retirees: Why to stay with your employer's saving plan

When you're ready to retire, you may get a pitch about moving your retirement money out of your employer's plan. Think twice before you do. Here's why.

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