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6 Ways in Which You Can Go Bankrupt

6 Ways in Which You Can Go Bankrupt

Normally, life is full of surprises, and we always face unprecedented events that may drain our bank accounts if not wisely handled. One day, you may have millions in your bank, while the next day, you might have nothing due to unforeseen situations. Here is a list of...

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Should You Give Your Child a Debit Card?

Should You Give Your Child a Debit Card?

Are you in a dilemma of whether to acquire a debit card for your child or not? If yes, you are exactly in the right direction because every caring parent have their children at heart. Some questions you might be asking yourself include: • What most probable age to...

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What is a Zero-Based Budget and Why Should You Use One?

What is a Zero-Based Budget and Why Should You Use One?

If you want a budget that puts a name and a purpose to every dollar you make, then a zero-based budget might be for you. Yeah, sure, some people dread budgeting, since it forces them to look at their finances and make some difficult decisions. But truthfully if done...

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What Wealthy Americans Can Expect from Biden’s Tax Plan

What Wealthy Americans Can Expect from Biden’s Tax Plan

In the past, wealthier Americans would defer income around tax time in order to have less taxable income. This was a good strategy for the last 30 years, during which the government has been cutting taxes. However, the Biden administrations tax code could change...

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10 IRA Rules to Know in  2021

10 IRA Rules to Know in 2021

IRA offers unique savings for retirement. Whether you opt for traditional IRA, Roth IRA, or both, these accounts will come in handy in the future. With Traditional IRA, you will need to pay your income taxes once you start withdrawals. However, with Roth IRA, you pay...

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How to Protect Your Wealth in a Volatile Market

How to Protect Your Wealth in a Volatile Market

No matter what the political climate is, the market responds better to bad news than to volatility. Bad news signals a definitive path, as does good news but volatility leaves investors feeling vulnerable and their wealth in jeopardy. There are many divisions in...

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Should I Pay Off My Credit Card Early?

Should I Pay Off My Credit Card Early?

What Happens When You Pay Your Credit Card Debt Early? One of the critical aspects of debt is the credit score. An improved credit score means that lenders trust you more, which translates to easier access to larger sums of money. Paying credit card debt on time...

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12 Habits of Financially Intelligent People

12 Habits of Financially Intelligent People

Only 1% of American households showcase at least $10 million. Did you know that most millionaires are self-made? Some 80% of millionaires carved their own way by curating their own opportunities as financially intelligent people. Here are the 12 habits of a financial...

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5 Effective Ways to Rebuild your Emergency Fund Today!

5 Effective Ways to Rebuild your Emergency Fund Today!

In the wake of Covid-19, our personal finances are more vulnerable than ever. Key industries have been hit, leaving millions of Americans dependent on unemployment. With rising healthcare costs and an economy struggling to bounce back to normal, it's no secret that...

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The Stock Market is Up While Riots are Raging

The Stock Market is Up While Riots are Raging

The economy has lost jobs, the coronavirus is still infecting people, people who have jobs may have taken a pay cut and/or gotten more work to do.  On top of that, there are protests going on because a police officer killed a black man in Minneapolis.  People are...

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