Monday , 22 January 2018


Personal Finance

Where Do Americans Spend Their Money Each Month? How Do You Compare?

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A budget is a basic necessity, even if you do it just once, to understand where your money is flowing yet most people spend money as quickly as it comes in - like sand flowing through their fingers - [so this article takes a]...look at the latest spending breakdown of Americans to see where most of our money is going.

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Is It Time To Fire Your Financial Advisor?

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As more and more investor education and information is freely available online... investors now have an important choice to make. Should you go it alone, stick with your financial advisor, or fire him and find another, perhaps this time a fee-only planner? Words: 740

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Check Your Change! Certain Recent US Coins Are Worth $Thousands

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There are a number of U.S. error coins and die varieties in circulation today worth from $30 to $35,000 because they have small distinguishing characteristics that make them rare and valuable. This article will tell you which of your pocket change coins might be worth a large premium over face value, and why. Words: 1100

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These 10 Money Ideas Have the Power to Change Your Life

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Personal finance isn't nuclear physics - just spend less than you earn, save and invest the rest - but knowing what should be done and actually doing it, however, are two different things. Here are 10 money lessons I wish I had known when I was 20 which have the power to change your life if you are willing to embrace them. Words: 1340

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4 Steps to Wealth: Liquidate, Consolidate, Create & Speculate

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You may find that, although you’re far ahead of your neighbors financially (you own precious metals, you’ve diversified internationally and you don’t believe much of what you hear from official sources), you’re still not as prepared as you’d like. I think a good plan would be to approach the problem in four steps: Liquidate, Consolidate, Create and Speculate.

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