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How to Save Money: 8 Big Ways to Cut Your Spending

You're probably always hearing about ways to save money on fuel, truck maintenance, taxes, and business expenses. But what about everything else? If you’re trying to get out of debt, set money aside, or simply improve your financial situation, there are plenty of other ways to cut back your spending.

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Stay Calm on the Investment “Roller Coaster”

If you are an investor, then you know the markets can have a rollar coaster effect. Staying calm is key to success. Here are a few suggestions.

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Diversify Your Investments But Consolidate Your Providers

You have probably heard that diversification is a key to investment success. So, you might think that if diversifying your investments is a good idea, it might also be wise to diversify your investment providers – after all, aren’t two (or more) heads better than one? 

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Declare Your Financial Independence Day

We’re getting close to the Fourth of July, when we celebrate the freedoms we enjoy in this country. The U.S. constitution grants us many of these liberties, but we have to earn others – such as our financial freedom.

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Repairing Your Credit in 5 Simple Steps

Whether you have overdue loan payments, years of high credit card balances, or accounts turned over to collections, there's always a way to repair your credit score. 

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How Aggressive Should I be with my Retirement Planning?

If you ever hope to retire and live off your savings, you need to be sure that you will have enough money to do so, and that your funds are safe and earning enough as you age. Experts recommend being prepared to have sufficient resources to generate between 70-90 percent of your earning power to carry you through retirement.

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Plan for Health Care Costs During Retirement

When you retire, some of your expenses may go down – but health care is not likely to be one of them. In fact, your health care costs during retirement may well increase, so you may want to plan for these costs well before you decide to retire from driving.

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What’s Smarter – Paying Off Debts or Investing?

If you’re just starting out in your career, you will need to be prepared to face some financial challenges along the way – but here’s one that’s not unpleasant: choosing what to do with some extra disposable income.

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2017 IRA Contribution Limits

As a small business owner, you have several different options when saving for retirement. Two of the most popular are to use either a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA.
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