Friday , 20 April 2018


Finance

4 Money Moves to Make After You Pay Off Your Mortgage

Congratulations! Paying off your mortgage is a huge accomplishment, one that many people only dream about. Go ahead and celebrate but once the celebrations die down, there's a little more work to do in order to properly navigate your new post-mortgage life. The following four steps should help.

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Stressed Out? Here Are 4 Creative Ways To Become Less Anxious

We know all about the tried-and-true ways to reduce our work stress. We journal. We go outside. We take more frequent breaks. These methods are all backed by multiple studies to take away the bundle of nerves keeping us anxious. If these methods are not working for you, however, it’s time to get creative. Here are 4 suggestions:

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Tariffs: What Are They & How Do They Impact the Economy & Your Investments?

President Trump recently announced new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, in a move that got mixed reviews from business and political leaders. The new tariffs would increase levies on aluminum by 10% and steel by 25%. There is much debate about the sensibility of these tariffs, but rather than wade into that morass, let's examine what tariffs are and how they impact the economy and your investments.

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How to Retire With Less Than $1 Million in Savings

The sad truth is that many Americans are vastly underprepared when it comes to retirement savings with a 2016 GoBankingRates survey revealing that 33% of Americans have nothing saved for retirement at all and, in total, 56% have less than $10,000 saved. [That begs the question] "How much money does it actually take to retire comfortably?" It seems like one million dollars is the magic number many people think of but is it really necessary? Could some people could get by in retirement on less? Let's explore all the different ways you could live a happy retirement even if you don’t amass a million-dollar nest egg.

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