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Tips to Save Money for a New Home

Buying a house is a huge commitment and the idea can be especially daunting for a first-time buyer. However, mortgage rates are low, so it’s possible to buy real estate and have monthly payments that…

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How to Boost Your Retirement

Many people are looking for how to boost their retirement, especially when retirees depend on Social Security to pay their bills. However, Social Security was never intended to pay for all of your expenses and…

The Risks of a High-Yield Savings Account

High-yield savings accounts are great for short-term savings, the compounding interest really helps your money add up over time. The main difference between a high-yield savings account and a traditional bank account is the difference…

Adult Children are Forced to Move Back Home:…

Figuring out how to navigate the adult world is already difficult. Wide-eyed students leave college with dreams of landing their dream job, making money, and finally being completely independent. All too often reality comes crashing…

How Much Money Everyone Should Save by 30

Planning for retirement should start early if you want to make the most of your golden years. While your 20s aren't typically the most lucrative decade, building a long-term savings strategy is crucial. As CNBC…

Three Habits Supersavers Use to Build Wealth

Nobody ever got rich merely by saving money. But it's a surefire way to help build wealth and security if done right. Adopt these three habits if you're struggling through the pandemic's economic fallout or…

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The Most Affordable Places to Retire on the…

Enjoying retiring in a home with oceanfront or lakeside views doesn't necessarily sound affordable. But there are still parts of the country with more reasonably priced options and amenities that retirees need. (U.S. News &…

The Most Overlooked Ways to Make Money Now

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the financial struggles confronting the vast majority of Americans. Namely, three-quarters of us face financial difficulties when our paychecks are delayed for even one week.  Living paycheck-to-paycheck is a…