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Should You Start Investing Outside of Your 401(k)?

Investing. It’s often at the forefront whenever we think about putting funds up for the future and putting our hard-earned money to work. Whether retirement is a few years or several decades away, many people want to put their money in a place where it will grow and start working for them. While your employer…
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What You Need to Know About I Bonds

With inflation surging in the early part of 2022, I bonds have been gaining investors’ attention. If you’re not familiar with this investment, keep reading for an introduction into I bonds. What are I Bonds? I bonds are bonds issued by the U.S. Treasury and offer both a fixed interest component and a variable one…
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35 Ways to Save Money

Small steps can make a big difference over time. A well-stocked savings account is the cornerstone of a healthy financial life. After all, a robust emergency fund allows you to weather financial setbacks, health emergencies and income disruptions. A well-stocked retirement fund permits you to quit work sooner or pursue your job-related passions without needing…
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How to Get Approved for a Mortgage

How to Get Approved for a Mortgage

Knowing the four parts of the mortgage approval process can make it go more smoothly.
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What to Do If You Feel Hopeless When it Comes to Money

Trying to get your finances in order can be difficult and frustrating. When you attempt to get out of the financial doldrums yet continuously struggle, it’s completely understandable to feel helpless and want to give up.
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Maximizing Happy and Minimizing Regret in the Holiday Season

The holiday season can be one of the most special times of the year, but it can also be one of the most expensive. Coming out of the holiday season with a glow of satisfaction and not a cloud of regret doesn’t happen by accident. Here are a few tips to help you stay on track financially during the holiday season.
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