Category: Financial Planning

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Saving and Building Wealth in Your 40s: What to Consider

n40s is the turning point for most people. It’s the time of peak earnings as individuals are halfway between joining the workforce and conventional retirement age. How you handle your finances at this age and build your wealth can significantly impact your future assets. Here are six things to consider to save better and build

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Health Care

Understanding Preventive Health Care’s Economic and Social Impact

According to the World Health Organization, 80 percent of premature heart diseases and 40 percent of cancers could be prevented if the risk factors are eliminated. This is why the healthcare system needs to change. Preventing diseases rather than curing them is the way we need to approach health care. The good news is that

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Plan a Lean but Mean Budget to Keep Your Company Afloat

Times are tough. Businesses are doing what they could to keep afloat. Many have already closed shop and are waiting for a better opening in the economy in the future. If you have managed to get this far and are thinking of paring your expenses further, you could look at some of these budgets that you

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How to Spend Less on Maintaining a Car

Whether you’re a first-time car owner or a veteran when it comes to the world of cars, you know a thing or two about maintenance being a real weight on car owners’ wallets. There’s no decision for picking a car at a certain price that comes with everything convenient for the owner. Picking an expensive

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financial growth

Beginners Guide for Going from Zero to FIRE

Nobody wants to keep working until they die. Nowadays, more and more people want a life outside of their job. That could mean traveling the world or pursuing their dream careers. However, the reality is that there are bills to pay, but that doesn’t mean you can’t live a life you want. This is why

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How to Know If a Candidate Fits the Job Post

Learning the art of hiring can take years to learn. And each time you run a search for a particular client, you get to learn about the craft even more. When most interviewers sit down with a potential candidate, they can get a rough assessment of the candidate’s potential and if they’re a good fit

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4 Major Signs That You Shouldn’t Do Your Own Tax

Some employers have simple tax solutions. If you’re employed, you only need the W-2 your employer and then you can use the simplified tax form to complete your tax filing. But not all people have it that easy. Many source their income from other means. Some own rental apartments and properties. Professionals, such as doctors and

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Planning for the End: Why Your Future Plans Should Cover Mortality

When planning for the future, you need to plan what happens after your death too. Doing this helps you achieve peace of mind and focus on saying important goodbyes instead of worrying about who gets who. It also saves your family from complicated financial and legal issues after you pass. Whether you have an estate or a

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