4
Feb

Ready to Invest? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Get Started

Invest. It’s one of those thing you know you ought to start doing sooner rather than later, but probably haven’t gotten around to yet. Perhaps you’re a little bit fearful, or maybe you actually are ready but aren’t too sure where or how to begin. If you’re ready and aren’t sure where to begin, you’re in the right place. (If fear is your issue,

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3
Feb

Overcome Your Fear of Investing With These Simple Steps

Let’s admit it: Stuffing your money in a savings account or under your mattress is a lot less scarier than the thought of investing it. Except, doing that unfortunately won’t get you very far. If you’re trying to achieve any kind of financial stability in your life, investing is mandatory, though it is instinctively associated with risk. And to be quite honest,

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14
Jan

3 Mega Benefits of Planning for Retirement in Your 20’s

For most 20-something year olds, giving serious thought to retirement planning hardly ever happens. And if the thought happens to linger, it is usually dismissed by another thought along the lines of, “I’m young, I can worry about that later.” That’s actually not true.Retirement planning isn’t something that only older people have to think about. In fact, by waiting until then to (maybe) get started, you

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18
Dec

5 Simple Hacks Guaranteed To Make Saving Easier For You

Telling yourself that you can’t afford to start saving is usually not true. In fact, it’s impossible for you to wait until you “have more money” in order to start saving, since you will have to first start saving in order to have more money. However, maybe you think you can’t save because you don’t know how to, and not simply because you can’t.

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17
Dec

How To Create An Effective Budget In 4 Simple Steps

Your budget is the most fundamental part of your entire financial life. In fact, nothing else works unless it does. Having a budget is crucial not only in learning how to better manage the money you currently have, but also for creating financial growth and well-being. Unfortunately, budgeting often carries the misconception that it is something you have to be innately good at, or

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