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  • Tips for Investing Over 50Tips for Investing Over 50
    Fifty is the perfect time to start kicking your retirement savings into overdrive. Investing is a great way to make your money work for you. As you get older, risky investments become less appealing. In order to remain fiscally conservative while investing over 50, here are a few tips you should consider.    Set Goals If you don’t already have financial goals ...
  • Jumpstart your Retirement Savings with these TipsJumpstart your Retirement Savings with these Tips
    Retirement is one of those things that requires a hefty amount of preparation. If you haven’t already started saving, what are you waiting for? Give your future self a leg up by using the following tips to jumpstart your retirement savings. Stay the Course Don’t sacrifice your ultimate goal for things that don’t matter. What does that mean? Don’t get distracted by ...
  • Start Traveling Now to Find Your Retirement Spot
    When thinking about your years spent in retirement, where are you? Are you relaxing on a beach? Are you in a cabin in the mountains? Or are you in the home and town that you spent your working years? There are so many possibilities. Start your search for the perfect place for you by visiting all the locations you could ...
  • Should You Pay for Your Children’s College Degree?Should You Pay for Your Children’s College Degree?
    Raising children is full of choice after choice. The chances are that you may not always make the same decisions as other parents, and that is not a bad thing. What is right for one family may not be what is best for another. Some believe that their job as a parent is done when their children turn eighteen. Others ...
  • 3 Must Read Books on Retirement3 Must Read Books on Retirement
    The vast majority of Americans are behind on their retirement savings plan. Luckily, if you fall into this category, there are a number of extremely helpful books available that can help you catch up. Learning how to invest and save money for retirement will help you retain as much of your hard earned cash as possible. The following are three ...
  • College Before KindergartenCollege Before Kindergarten
    Getting a college education is expensive, but college funds aren’t exclusive to those who have parents that happen to be independently wealthy. You can start a fund for your child now, on virtually any budget. If you plan early, it won’t be necessary to come up with a large sum of money at one time. So, get started as soon ...