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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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October 20, 2014

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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October 19, 2014

Term Or Permanent? What Kind of Life Insurance Do You Need?

This is a really common question, because most people don’t understand how life insurance really works. A lot of the advice you get from members of the media is ill-informed, as well. Here are some basic principles to keep in mind: There are two kinds of life insurance: term insurance, and permanent insurance. There are two …

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October 18, 2014

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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October 17, 2014

How Fit Are Your Finances?

Has anyone else become desensitized to the gloom and doom that is reported daily about the state of the economy? Clearly there are huge issues facing the global economy which should concern each of us however as with anything else, when you see and hear the same thing over and over it becomes possible to …

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October 16, 2014

Giving Back to Your Parents

With Mother’s Day and Father’s Day approaching, many adults are considering what to get their parents to celebrate these holidays. I’d like to suggest that this year, in addition to the usual greeting card, phone call, bouquet of flowers or golf gadget, you also get your parents something extra special to give back to them. …

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October 15, 2014

News Flash: “Investing” in Life Insurance is a Scam!

I have a $500,000 whole life insurance policy with Hartford Mutual that I pay $200/month to keep up. $8.50 goes to the administrative fee, $100 for the actual coverage itself and the remaining $90.00 goes into the mutual fund. I’ve had it for about 4 years now and I have almost $8,000 in the mutual …

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Can I Really Save 15% or More on Auto Insurance?

Most car insurance companies (and one in particular) claim that people who switch see significant savings on their premiums. But with all the different companies that make the claim, it makes you wonder whether that’s mathematically possible. If every company has lower rates than others, then there shouldn’t actually be any companies charging higher rates. …

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October 13, 2014

What Is The Best Way To Pay Off Credit Card Debt?

When you carry a balance on your credit cards, you are using a significant portion of your current income on paying interest and principal on your past purchases. Paying off your credit cards sets you free from this cycle and allows you to spend what you earn now, rather than paying for your past purchases. …

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October 12, 2014

Summer Job Ideas for Kids

As the kids are getting out of school, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep them occupied through the summer months. Although summer is definitely time to hang out as a family, take a vacation, and spend lots of time outdoors, it is also a great time for kids to work. Not only …

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Adjusting to a New Salary

My husband recently started a new job, which means that we are in the process of adjusting to his new salary. Thankfully, in our case, he’s earning more than he was before, which makes our adjustment a little bit easier than if the reverse were true. But regardless, it’s still an adjustment that we have …

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Dream More, Work Less

This year’s been really good for me, maybe not financially with the recent market plunge, but that’ll be back; I’m not worried.  It has been good enough to make me think something bad is lurking in the shadows, narrowing its eyes and biding its time. I’ve got my ducks in a row, my fingers crossed, and …

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October 9, 2014

All About Credit Card Utilization Ratios

Debt is a double-edged sword. Not only does carrying a lot of it put a strain on your monthly cash flow, but it also makes it more expensive for you to take out additional debt. One of the most significant ways this occurs is through your credit card utilization ratios. Sound complicated? It’s not, really, …

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October 8, 2014

Strategy for Picking the Right Credit Card

Using credit cards can be a slippery slope, but if you want to get an excellent credit score, you’ll need to have at least a few in your wallet. In general, you should have three to five lines of credit open at any given point in time, although your balances on each should be low, …

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