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Articles tagged: Financial Planning

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Finances in Marriage: 3 C’s to Address Discontent

Even with your life’s partner, money conversations are hard. Communication, collaboration, and control are your keys to a harmonious shared future.

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5 Frugal Living Tips for Tightening Your Budget

These 5 costly mistakes may be keeping you from frugal living. Get budgeting tips from the house to the gas station that will help you save.

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4 Reasons Timeshares Are a Scam

Timeshare ownership is a popular way to vacation each year, but beware: purchasers don’t get the benefits of a true real estate investment.

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Money Basics Series #5: Joint Finances

Love is great and all, but frank conversations about joint finances pay dividends in terms of both relationship stability and money.

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Money Basics Series #4: Navigating Medical Bills and Other Necessary Debts

Try as we might to avoid debt, sometimes it’s necessary – like medical debt. Before you get overwhelmed, make sure you know your options.

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Does It Pay to Pursue Your Dreams?

Sure, pursuing your dreams requires a certain amount of risk-taking. But on balance, the bigger risk might be deferring those dreams.

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Money Basics Series #3: Managing Credit Card Debt

Debt management starts with tracking and reducing credit card debt. Form better spending habits with these tips and tricks.

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5 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Financial Advisor

Can your advisor prove their qualifications and track record? Know the questions to ask a financial advisor and what they mean for your financial future. 

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Money Basics Series #2: Painless Budgeting

Let’s assume you’ve already read Installment #1 of the Money Basics Series. You checked your credit score and chose your bank. Now you can better identify areas where you need […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to Financial Books for Success

Intimidated by the world of investing? Don’t be. Read our picks for the best investing books for beginners—or relearn the fundamentals.

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