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How Much You Should Have In Your 401(k)

According to a retirement study released by Stanford University, only about 50% of American workers have access to a 401(k) or equivalent employer-sponsored retirement plan. And many who have a retirement account, aren’t making sufficient contributions to meet their targeted retirement goals. Retirement savings is a life venture where the stronger you start — and […]

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The 15 most beautiful Hawaiian beaches that we can’t stop dreaming about

While the Hawaiian Islands chain consists of just eight main islands — the Big Island, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Niihau — there are more than 100 incredible beaches to be found on them. You’ll find all sorts of beaches, from those with powder-soft white sand to black, pink and green sand stretches. …

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My House Sold Faster Than Expected—Was It a Blessing or a Curse?

Our plan worked! And then we took a look at the timeline and freaked out just a bit. If all went well, we’d hand over the keys to our home in 28 to 30 days.

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Current Mortgage Rates Rise to Start the Week

Here we go with another week. Current mortgage rates have been rising steadily over the past month, a trend that we expect to persist for the foreseeable future. Inflation data, overseas trade negotiations, and speaking engagements from the Federal Reserve should be the main market movers this week. Read on for more details. Where are… View Article

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I Dropped Out of College: My Student Loan Repayment Options

No one intends to drop out of college. If you show up to campus for your freshman year, chances are you plan to graduate in four years and use your degree to land a job. Maybe you even have the…

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YOUR GUIDE FOR SAVING MONEY ON PET FOOD

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If you are like most people, your dog is not simply a pet. He or she is a member of your family. You want to provide them the best of everything.  From toys to treats, you love to spoil them rotten But the costs. Oh, how they can quickly get out of control! WHY CHEAP … Read More about YOUR GUIDE FOR SAVING MONEY ON PET FOOD

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What I Learned By Donating And Giving Away Nearly All Of My Stuff

When we sold our house and moved into an RV, we had to give away a ton of our stuff so that we could start living minimally in a smaller space. We gave away a lot of stuff to family members, had neighbors come by and take whatever they wanted, we had Salvation Army come […]

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Does Travel Insurance Cover Coronavirus?

For those of us who are still nervous about travel and wondering if the trip insurance we bought covers coronavirus, let’s dive into the details.

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