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The Keys to Avoiding Financial Stress

If financial difficulties are keeping you awake at night, take action and tackle your problems head on otherwise they are likely to get worse. The ability to pay for rent, mortgages, bills, and food are

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Financial Facts Every 20-Something Needs to Know

I didn't know much about money when I was in my 20's.I knew how to work, I knew how to buy stuff, and I was smart enough not to run up my credit cards.Other than that, I didn't really know much. The fact

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3 Ways to Invest if You’re Over 50

When you are planning to invest over 50, you have to realize that your goals shift as near retirement. Instead of high-risk investments with a high potential for appreciation, you’re instead focused

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Financial Mistakes to Avoid (But Everyone Does Them)

At one point or another during life, everyone has made some questionable financial decisions. However, the real problems start to mount up when you don’t learn from these mistakes and you continue making

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Improving Your Personal Finances

Even if you’re not looking for a property this exact second, you always want to be improving your position. So, focus on the downtime to improve your finances, get your debt squared away, and put

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How to Make $10,000 a Month

The goal to make $10,000 a month in passive income is just a long-shot dream, right?Probably. I don't even know why you're reading this article...Wrong!If you're looking for 5 more generic steps to take

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Financial Mistakes Most People Make as Investors

At one point or another during life, everyone has made some questionable financial decisions. I still remember that amazing $50,000 truck with leather seats, dvd players in the…. ok I digress. The

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The Main Benefits of Being Financially Independent

Being financially independent means different things to different people. To some, it means retiring and traveling the world, relaxing at home, or doing whatever you love. For others, it means having

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Improving Debt to Income Ratio To Buy Real Estate

I’ve saved a ton of money, so I’ll invest it in some real estate. Famous last words. Cash in the bank is important for a down payment, but qualifying for a loan is based almost entirely on

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Work Life Balance

How Real Estate Helps (and hurts!) Your Work/Life Balance

Have you ever planned to do something with friends or family, and it just seems to never happen? It seems that no matter hard we try, we always end up with less free time and more workload than we plan. Imagine

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