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Frugal Habits that you can Copy from the Rich

Let’s face it, rich people obviously know how to handle money management and finances. The fact is however that a large salary and a corner office isn’t the only  way to “strike it rich”. Regardless of the person’s actual income level, if they invest wisely and do their best to live modestly they will be

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Avoid these Common Mistakes or you will Always be Broke – Part 2

Published on November 20, 2013, by in Saving Money.

Last week in one of our blogs we focused on some of the common mistakes that people make that doomed them to a life of being broke all the time. We’ve come back this week with a number of other, similar mistakes that we’re hoping will give you some insight into what not to do

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Avoid these Common Mistakes or you will Always be Broke

There’s a funny little rhyme that goes “I’m broke as a joke” but the reality is that being broke is really not a joke. It is a problem however for millions of Americans and it’s also the subject of today’s blog. While being broke may just be the fault of your circumstance because you’re out

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Life Insurance is a Necessity

Life Insurance is as necessary at breathing air, and that’s a point that still needs to be driven home given the fact that there are still millions of uninsured people in the world. The problem is that most people find it too morbid to think about, let alone discuss and actually act upon. The truth

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Should you Retire at 65 ?

Published on November 2, 2013, by in Retirement.

Not many years ago the age of 65 was that “special” number that told a person that they were ready to retire. The idea may still be appealing as far as calling it “quits” before we’re too old or too cranky to enjoy our “golden years” but, in reality, 65 is probably too young an

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