What To Do With Your 401(K) When Changing Jobs

What to Do with Your Old 401(k) When Switching Jobs

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  Your 401(k) is the ultimate savings vehicle, it’s an investment portfolio, a place where you save and invest money throughout your working career. So in the future you can retire, be financially secure, and achieve financial independence. But, what happens to the money in the retirement account with your previous employer when you change […]

The Best Personal Finance Software, Apps and Companies for Money Management Tools. Monthly Budgeting is Easy and Tracking Net Worth is Automatic.

How to Make Money Management, Budgeting & Personal Finance Easy

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Finding the best personal finance software for tasks like money management and budgeting to update your monthly household budget spreadsheet can sometimes seem overwhelming and impossible. It’s safe to say that time isn’t on our side and finding the time to properly manage your finances and update the monthly family budget spreadsheet just doesn’t seem possible.   Related […]

How to Make $132,000 More Than Your Friends!

Ways to Make Money – How to Earn $132,000 More Than Your Friends

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Want to make thousands of dollars more than your friends? You can earn more money by following the simple investing technique I’m about to show you about ways to make money. For this investment strategy to work you need to start saving and investing early (the younger you are the better!), automate your investments, and sit […]

Personal Finance Question - Why is Managing Money Hard?

Why is Managing Money Hard? Personal Finance and Budgeting Tips

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Many people think that managing money is hard. They have many excuses for why they don’t manage their money. A few of them are reasonable excuses but most of them are just a result of laziness.   How to budget your money and money management tips   If you’re having a hard time managing all […]

How to Earn 1 to 3 Percent Rate on Municipal Bonds

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Make Three Percent Interest On Municipal Bonds     By only looking at the face value, state and local government issued bonds don’t have too much “sex” appeal in the form of a yield. One important thing that you don’t see on the surface is the bonds “intrinsic value.” Municipal bonds have a special hidden value […]

How to make $1 million investing in stocks

How To Reach One Million Dollars Investing In Stocks

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Buy Stocks When They’re Cheap   If you have a long-term goal of reaching a one million dollars, then stocks are still one of the best options for reaching that goal. A stock market down-turn can send shivers down your spine, but the best time to actually purchase stocks and get the best deals is […]

Is Your Investment Portfolio Personal? Why Experts Say Your Investment Strategy Should Reflect Your Lifestyle

The Key To Successful Investing Is Asset Allocation – Part One

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When it comes to investing, the biggest and most important decision revolving your portfolio is asset allocation. Jack Bogle, the founder and former CEO of The Vanguard Group, once said, “The most fundamental decision of investing is the allocation of your assets: How much should you own in stocks? How much should you own in […]