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Should I Buy a Whole Life Insurance Policy?

  By Jason Van Steenwyk When it comes to financial planning topics, nothing is surer to spawn off a spirited debate among “experts” than bringing up the wisdom of owning a whole life insurance policy. Prominent television personalities such as Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey have railed against them, arguing that they do no good …

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Should I Buy a Loaded Mutual Fund?

My mother is not very financially savvy – and when I try to explain anything to her; it can often times take the better part of an hour. It may be her age or the fact she never had any financial education being a stay at home mom, but I like to try to give her the best info …

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July 1, 2015

My Number 1 Secret To Investing, Revealed!

Where should I put my money now so that I can live comfortably in retirement? I’ve been asked and asked myself this question many times over the years, as I’m sure everyone has. Everyone wants a magic formula that will tell them where to put money. Some people think there is a magic box that …

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June 30, 2015

China has 106 Billionaires; Interesting, or Frustrating?

So I just got done reading this yahoo article and I can’t decide whether it’s more interesting or frustrating. I know that millionaires happen overnight anymore, but when you see the dollar shrinking, inflation rising, and I’m fighting to get 15-20% on my investments per year I feel it fits more in the “frustrating” realm. I know …

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June 29, 2015

$1,000,000 Certainly Ain’t What It Used To Be!

Who would have thought that there’d come a day when 1MIL would officially “not be what it used to be”. According to Yahoo, it happened a while back because the new elite number is 10MIL minimum! How can this be, and how much further are we going to have to climb with inflation? “The tool-and-die man figured …

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Is Now the Time to Refinance Your Mortgage?

Mortgage interest rates dropped yet again this week, leading many homeowners to wonder if now is the time to refinance. Even people with relatively inexpensive loans at interest rates around 5% can still save a bundle by refinancing, with 30-year fixed rate mortgages hovering around 3.92%. But refinancing has its disadvantages as well, and you …

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Wildfire Season Is Here! Here’s How to Protect Your Home

  A National Guard Helicopter Works to Contain a WildFire. (Credit: National Guard Bureau) By Jason Van Steenwyk It’s summertime. That means our coastal folks in Hawaii and the Southeast get to worry about hurricanes – and the rest of the country gets to worry about wildfire season. Wildfires cause billions of dollars in damage, …

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Do You Talk About Salary With Your Friends or Family?

“How often do you discuss money with your friends? Does it depend on the friend? Do you ever talk about saving and investing? Are certain subjects (such as salaries) taboo? And, most of all, do you find these conversations as rewarding as I do?” J.D., at Get Rich Slowly, raised these questions back in June, and …

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June 25, 2015

How Come Food Prices Are Going Up So Fast?

I was brought up cutting coupons out of every paper we had. I was even encouraged to get coupons from my friends family newspapers (to some discomfort and embarrassment) if they weren’t going to use them. I have always been one for saving a few bucks when I can. My wife actually hounds me about …

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June 24, 2015

What’s The Difference Between a Savings Account and a Money Market Account (MMA)?

Sorry I’m behind on a few of the readers requests, it has been a busy month for sure! But this was a fairly straight forward answer to Ben. Hi – You have posted a few times about the high yield savings and Money Market Accounts – sorry to sound like a noobie, but what is …

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Before You Consider Debt Consolidation

If you’re struggling with multiple credit card bills and find them too stressful or too difficult to pay; you might be tempted to consider consolidating them. The process of consolidating multiple unsecured debts (no collateral involved) and replacing them with single loan is called debt consolidation. What happens is that the debt consolidation company gives …

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Should You Tap Retirement Funds to Start a Business?

Jobs are scarce… especially for workers well over 40. According to a recent survey, the rate of chronic unemployment – that is, the percentage of workers who have been out of work for at least six months, is at 45 percent of those unemployed – the highest level since the Great Depression.  But if you’ve …

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June 21, 2015

What Health Care Reform Means for You

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – more widely known as “ObamaCare,” has been one of the most hotly contested pieces of legislation in recent memory. Passed two years ago this month by a Democratic Congress, the law enacted almost immediate tax cuts but phased in benefits over four years, between 2010 and 2014. …

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June 20, 2015

Tips for Using Home Equity

With today’s interest rates on mortgages and home equity loans, borrowing against your home can seem like a very attractive option. These days, the average home equity loan has a fixed rate of 6.5 percent and the average home equity line of credit, or HELOC, has a variable rate of 5.3 percent. Add the low …

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