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September 29, 2014

How Many Roth IRAs Can I Have Open At One Time?

Short answer: as many as you want. Longer answer: I was considering just leaving this at that, but I figured I’d add a few extra lines to better seal the deal. I researched that question because I was fed up with getting tossed in the “B” share pool, and wanted to get out, but thought …

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Ways to Pay for College for Your Kids

Although you may still be paying off student loans from your own college education, it’s never too early to consider how your kids are going to afford to go to college. The cost of attending a four-year university is increasing each year at a rate that surpasses inflation, which means that you’ll need a bundle …

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Frugal Ideas for Your Garden

As summer gets into full swing, you’ll probably want to be spending more time outside enjoying the weather from your yard, patio, deck or balcony. Unfortunately, landscaping is not cheap, and you could find yourself spending a lot getting your yard to look like you want it to. Use some of these ideas to get …

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I hear a lot of negativity about annuities on the radio and TV. Are they bad products?

  By Jason Van Steenwyk In a nutshell, no. They aren’t bad products. There is nothing intrinsically bad about annuities, although some specific annuities are unsuitable for some investors. To understand the advantages and disadvantages of an annuity, though, you must first understand what an annuity is and its role in an investment portfolio. What’s …

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September 25, 2014

Why Are So Many People Buying Gold?

It seems like these days, gold is all you hear about on the radio. Talk radio and television is thick with advertisements hawking gold and precious metals as an investment. And these days, there’s even a thriving segment of the financial planning industry dedicated to helping people own gold in their IRAs and other retirement …

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September 24, 2014

Choosing a Homeowners Insurance Policy

One of the many things you’ll have to put in place when you’re buying a home is a homeowners insurance policy. Lenders require this as one of the mortgage conditions because they want to know that their security, the home, is protected against loss. Although the lender may recommend an insurance company, it’s up to …

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September 23, 2014

Want A Few Tips To Save Money in The Heat?

With Summer right around the corner, there are a lot of ways to save some money in the hot temps!  My bill is usually only around $200 since I live in Seattle, and “summer” only happens for about 2 months a year.  I can certainly keep the bill a bit lower just by checking on …

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How To Buy Term Life Insurance

  By Jason Van Steenwyk Term life insurance is a simple and beautiful thing. It’s easy to understand and explain: Pay your premiums each month or each year to keep the policy in force. Premiums go up over time, as you get older. If you die while the policy is in force, the life insurance …

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September 21, 2014

Can I Fund My Mom’s Roth IRA?

Another reader request asked: My mother is 57, has no retirement $$$, and works full-time making about $25,000/year. I want to open a ROTH for her for Christmas, can I? - Shannon from Montana Hello Shannon – how nice of you to think of Mom for the holidays! Congrats to you (and your Mom for having …

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When You’re Dealt Financial Lemons…

The point of this post is to define a time in your life when you were handed lemons and made lemonade. If you’ve never heard the analogy it basically means explain how you were put in a tough situation and made the best of it turning it into a GOOD thing. I think I have …

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When Should I Give to Charitable Causes — Now or In My Will?

With all this talk about investing wisely and making the most of our money, it’s important to take a look at what we’re going to do with all of this wealth we’re building. Most people have at least a few charities that they like to support, but they’re torn on whether they should give now …

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September 18, 2014

What Are The Penalties For Filing A Tax Return Late?

With tax season approaching, some individuals may be tempted to skip filing this year or to put it off a little longer. However, filing a return late without getting an extension is never a good idea. This is because the IRS will know about it and will impose all sorts of penalties. Given the clout …

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September 17, 2014

Should You Hire An Accountant, Or Do Your Taxes On Your Own?

My old man used to tell me, “You want to find yourself a CPA that will walk you RIGHT UP TO the door of jail, but not let you go in.” I think that’s pretty good advice – take what you can, when you can (legally) because the Government is not going to point it …

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September 16, 2014

My Favorite Personal Finance Books!

I’ve never been a big fan of reading, but I AM a big fan of personal finance; so it is strange that I have found a happy medium over the past few years. I haven’t read as much as I’d like to in the past few years, but I have enjoyed a handful of reads …

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