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7 Common Retirement Problems {INFOGRAPHIC}

Do you know how much you need to save for retirement? If not, here’s an awesome inforgraph. If you see your retirement as a problem,

May 13, 2013 Infographics, News, Retirement
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4 Steps to Start Investing

There is a lot of information out there on what investing is, and how to tackle risk etc. but there are very few places where

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4 Retirement Savings Tips For Everyone Under 30

Retirement Savings: Practice What You Preach I’m rapidly approaching 26 and I have yet to set up a retirement plan. There’s a certain irony in

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Retire Young and Rich – Smart Retirement Planning Tips for Young Investors

Apply the retirement planning tips below to stay out of debt and retire stress-free Planning for retirement might seem a distant dream for many young

March 22, 2013 Personal Budgeting, Retirement
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Predicted Rise in Equity Investing in Next 12 to 18 Months

The end of 2012 brought some promising trends in the market for equity investors. Investors were cautious with the fiscal cliff approaching on the first

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[VIDEO] How Language Affects How You Save Money

Linguistic Relativity, Meet Finance. Linguistic relativity is the hypothesis that a speaker’s language determines how one perceives and conceptualizes the world. In a nutshell, it

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Blitzed! Why Pro Athletes Go Broke

It’s no secret that many professional athletes earn exorbitant amounts of money for their talents. In fact, their stratospheric salaries capture our imaginations so successfully

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How Much Do You Need to Save for Retirement? {INFOGRAPHIC}

Ask anyone of your older-generation friends, loved ones or family members, and they’ll all agree on how important it is to save for retirement. But

December 11, 2012 Infographics, Investing 101, Retirement
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Are you Effectively Managing your Credit Score?

Repairing credit scores takes time, but by following these tips on how to manage and improve your credit score, you should get closer to your

November 29, 2012 Finance, Retirement
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4 Lame Excuses that will Kill your Retirement Savings

There is nothing that kills a retirement faster than having to work for a living during what are supposed to be your Golden Years. Sure,

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Week in Review: Obama Re-Elected and Marijuana Legalized

No matter which side of the fence you’re on, it’s been a historical week for everyone. President Barack Obama was re-elected to a second term

November 10, 2012 News, Politics, Retirement
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