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What Good Financial Influencers Have in Common

There is no shortage of financial influencers today, whether on YouTube, in the blog space, those podcasting, or on other forms of social media. Unfortunately, not all influencers are a force for good, and it can be difficult to tell who to listen to in this crowded...

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Fear Mongering of the Financial Media Explained

The news of today is designed to generate as many views and clicks as possible by exploiting our fears and biases. One famous example is the teaser, “What’s in your tap water that you need to know about?” Almost everyone uses tap water in some capacity, and would...

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How Will the Election Affect Your Finances?

Every four years, the United States votes to elect a new House of Representatives, one-third of the Senate, and potentially a new president. The two political parties have different agendas, and policies implemented with new representatives and a new administration...

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Dangers of Not Following the Financial Order of Operations

Money doesn’t come with an instruction manual, and it can be difficult to know how to optimize every dollar. The basics are simple enough; saving for retirement is good, high-interest debt is bad, but what about beyond the basics? High-level financial mistakes, like...

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How to Make the Most Out of Your 401(k)

Congress created what we know today as 401(k) plans by adding a provision to the Revenue Act of 1978 which allowed employees to avoid taxation on deferred compensation. The plans didn’t begin to take off until 1981, when the IRS started allowing employees to fund...

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6 Things You Should Never Cheap Out On

It feels great to get a deal on something, but there are some things in life you shouldn’t look for the best deal on. There are times when saving money can actually cost you more in the long run. Being smart with your money and finding value doesn’t necessarily mean...

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