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Top Terms for Stock Market Newbies

When it comes to the stock market it can feel like there is so much to learn. This makes the thought of investing feel overwhelming, to say the least. The stock market has been an imperative part of building wealth long term for decades. So, we want you to gain the...

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Ways to Pay Down Your Debt Even Faster

Debt can be a scary topic to face. Just looking at your debt can bring on feelings of fear, shame and regret. Remember, your debt doesn't define you and not taking conscious action will just make things worse. Here are a few tips to pay off your debt even faster....

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How to Set Attainable Financial Goals in 2019

Setting financial goals can feel overwhelming. It is often hard to decide where to start and what to focus on. We're going to cover how to give you the confidence you need to set financial goals that are attainable and exciting! Get Clear on Your Why When it comes to...

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Three Quick and Easy Ways to Start Saving Now

Saving can feel overwhelming. Especially if you feel like you are living paycheck to paycheck. The good news is, you can start saving in little ways that will not only make you feel accomplished it will also help you to create a solid foundation for future saving!...

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Why Everyone Should Have a Roth IRA for Retirement

Most people know about the benefits of having a retirement account. You get to delay paying income taxes on your contributions (up to the limits), and you can watch your invested nest egg grow over time. Of course, there is no free lunch, so when you do take the money...

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Why You Should be Using DOSH App for Free Money

I heard about the DOSH app from a friend recently and I'm kind of obsessed. I've even figured out a way to double dip into savings on your purchases. What's DOSH? DOSH is an app that you download on your phone. You then add whatever credit card or checking account you...

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Why You Should Stop Feeling Bad About Renting Your Home

Feeling bad about renting your home and not owning something? You're not alone. The number of people choosing to rent over buying their home is growing (sorry, Real Estate agents). Surprisingly, this view spreads from Baby Boomers to Millennials according to a 2018...

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Is the Stock Market Going to Crash, or What?

The majority of Millennials probably didn’t start earning in their retirement accounts until after the 2008 financial crisis. This means that most Millennials have no clue what it’s really like to live through a true bear market (downtrend) after you’ve built up funds.

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