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Roger Wohlner @ The Chicago Financial Planner writes Target Date Funds: 6 Considerations Before Investing – Target Date Funds are a popular option in many 401(k) plans. Here are 6 considerations to think about when deciding whether Target Date Funds...Recently linked to by The Money Principle / 1 day ago
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It is my pleasure to host this week’s edition of the Carnival for Retirement . You’ll find a plethora of financial articles here that will assist you in building towards a successful retirement. For anyone interested in being included in these...Recently linked to by The Money Principle / 1 day ago
Can you earn minimum wage and still become a millionaire ? The short answer is yes! I am sure you have heard of so called poor people becoming millionaires, although not overnight. I am not talking about professional athletes, entertainers or...
Debt RoundUp - A Personal Finance Blog —
I wanted to tell a little story today and give you an insight into the world of e-commerce. Now you are probably wondering what the title has to do with e-commerce, but I will bring it all together. As some of you know, I ran my own online...Recently linked to by KNS Financial / 1 day ago
Beating Broke —
Gary Dek is a contributor to Gajizmo.com and is always looking for ways to make and invest money. Gary previously worked for an internet company on their M&A team, as well as investment banking and private equity firms in California. Some of...Recently linked to by Life And My Finances / 1 day ago
Cash Money Life —
This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at How to Safely Invest Your Money . In increasingly uncertain market conditions, many investors look for safety. Safer investments provide peace of...
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For as long as men have ruled other men, taxes have been a necessary way of life. They fund the government and provide the civil services that we depend on in our everyday lives. But as important of a notion as that is, no one likes paying them. ...
Buying a house is big deal financially. Given the tough times we are currently in and the more restricted lenders are with their money, the home buying process has become even more difficult. Should you buy now or wait? How much should you put down? How...
Reach Financial Independence —
Welcome to the 11th edition of the Carnival of Financial Independence, a selection of the best articles related to Financial Independence this week. If you would like to be included next week, please submit your post via Blogger Carnivals The guidelines...Recently linked to by Debt RoundUp - A Personal Finance Blog / 1 day ago
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16 Flares 16 Flares × Credit scores are some of the most confusing, yet essential components of personal finance. Reminiscent of our school days, consumers are basically “graded” on how well we manage our finances, ranging from Excellent to Poor,...
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Billing Errors Causing Temporary Insanity: A Rant Club Thrifty - Stop spending. Start living. I’m starting to feel like I am being secretly videotaped on that old MTV show, Boiling Points . And let me give you a hint; my boiling point is...Recently linked to by Debt RoundUp - A Personal Finance Blog / 1 day ago
Dividend Growth Stock Investing —
When it comes to dividend investing, one of the big questions investors must answer for themselves is what to do with the dividend income they receive. There are really 4 things an investor can do with his dividend income. Use the dividend income to...Recently linked to by The DIV-Net / 1 day ago