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Post image for 5 Steps to Financial Literacy

This is National Financial Literacy Month! It is time to take control of your finances. Decide today, that you are responsible for your financial future, make better financial decisions, differentiate between wants and needs, get out of debt, start a savings account, track your expenses, start budgeting, set and achieve goals. If you are happy with your situation, don’t change! If not, read on. Read More…

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Post image for Diversify your Portfolio to Reach your Financial Goals

In finance, you should diversify your investment portfolio by reducing risk by investing in a variety of assets. Typically, this means asset allocationAsset allocation is an investment strategy to balance risk and reward by adjusting the percentage of each asset in an investment portfolio according to your risk tolerance, goals and time frame. Are you diversified? Read More…

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Post image for Why You Should Use a Foreign Exchange Specialist

If you’re transferring money abroad, then using a firm which focuses on foreign exchange can reap significant benefits. Often, those making an international money transfer expend a lot of energy worrying about why and where they’re moving money to, without ever really considering how to make the transfer. The traditional way of moving money overseas is to use a high street bank. However, it is actually much more advantageous to use a currency specialist. Read More…

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Post image for Why You Will Never Be Rich!

Getting rich is not that hard, all you need is a goal and a plan. The problem with most people is they never establish the goal! It does not mean they do not want to be rich or successful, but they just keep doing what they have been doing. If you never experienced success, change is difficult! It starts with recognizing what real success looks like. What changes are you willing to make? Read More…

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Post image for Liking Your Job or Professionalize the Things You Like!

We have the clothes we want, we eat the food we like, and we speak the way we choose – but we must work what we have to do! Job is the main thing in person’s life. We pass almost all our time at work. Is it an absolutely fair when we think that our job on other’s will? Give this false truth of the life a little time and concern. Just invest your valuable time in the activity you like, and you life will return your love! Read More…

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Post image for How to Have A Frugal Valentine’s Day without being Cheap!

Valentine’s Day is a pressure filled time for men. For some, it is a celebration of romance and love, but there is pressure to do something special for their someone in their lives. Doing something special usually means, flowers, dinner, candy or some special gift. You can easily spend hundreds of dollars on meaningless things or experiences! Celebrating Valentine’s Day does not have to cost a fortune!  Read More…

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Post image for Make 2014 The Year You Get Ahead With These Prudent Financial Resolutions

Can you believe it? It’s 2014! Only one year prior to the year referenced in Back to the Future II, where the picture was complete with flying cars and taxis costing thousands of Dollars due to inflation running unchecked.

While we might not be exactly to the future that is alluded to in that movie, there are some financial goals/resolutions we can aspire to in 2014 to make this year very productive. Read below to find out more: Read More…

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Post image for Taking a Loan vs Saving to Start Up a Business

Starting your own business is the dream of entrepreneurs all across the world. Everyone talks and considers starting their own business, but it takes serious guts to actually go out and do it. There are so many things that can potentially go wrong, and the fear of failure scares some from the potential success. There are countless different ways to fund your business, such as taking a loan, or saving up. It’s important to weigh the positives and negatives of each. Read More…

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Post image for Why It May Be best to Keep Working after Winning a Lottery

You are working hard, holding down a necessary job to keep a roof over your head and food on the table.  You devote personal time to commute back and forth daily, and you’re just trying to keep the wolves from the door.  Suddenly, the unthinkable happens.  You purchased a winning lottery ticket and now you are a sudden multi-millionaire and your first thought as you calculate the winnings is that you will never have to work another day in your life. Read More…

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Post image for Is Buying a New Car Ever a Good Investment?

Many financial experts reject the notion of looking at a new car as an investment in the same way you would with a house. Unlike real estate, new cars tend to depreciate in value. In fact, they can lose 30-40% of their value within the first three years of ownership. Because of this fact, used cars are often seen as a better investment. They may have a few more miles on the clock, but used cars often offer all of the same high-tech gadgets and safety features as brand new models and have a much lower sticker price. As a result, is there any reason to buy a new car? Read More…

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