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Fiduciary Bonds: Definition, Types, Costs

A fiduciary bond, otherwise known as a probate bond, is a protective court bond that ensures a fiduciary will honor the expectations placed on them according to the law. The fiduciary bond upholds the interests and protection of the estate … Continue reading →

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Increasing Your Savings on a Low-Income Salary

A low-income salary can create challenges when it comes to reaching your financial goals. You may want to take a vacation, buy a new car, or just put some cash away for a rainy day, but how can you do that with a limited income? Although you may struggle to add to your savings, there […]

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In Conversation With PocketSmith’s CEO, Jason Leong

PocketSmith Review: My Experience Using PocketSmithImagine having your own personal financial planner. PocketSmith gives you access to 24/7 financial advice through the device you use every day. Jason Leong discusses how PocketSmith fulfills his vision to give everyone easy access to financial planning.Imagine having your own personal financial planner. PocketSmith gives you access to 24/7 financial advice through the device you use every day. Jason Leong discusses how PocketSmith fulfills his vision to give everyone easy access to financial planning.

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How I Repaid $65,000 In Student Loans and Invested at the Same Time

Today, I have a great guest post to share. Here is how this person paid off $65,000 in student loans all while investing at the same time. Student loans… everyone’s got ‘em everyone wants to get rid of them. This is a story of my battle with student loans and how I found success in […]

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6 Reasons to Try the FIRE Movement

The idea behind FIRE is if you can earn more money, live on less, and save and invest the rest, you can cut years — or even decades — off of your working career. Of course, the FIRE movement has its problems.  Not everyone can save 50% or more of their income to work toward […]

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What Credit Score Do You Need To Lease a Car?

When you are considering leasing a car, your credit history and credit score are critical determinants on whether or not you get approved and the kind of deal you get. Scores of 720 and over translate to the best terms. As the scores get lower, the terms of the lease get less and less favorable. […]

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