Tag: finance

04 Sep

Best Ways To Withdraw Retirement Funds

Getting to the years of retirement is somehow today not so easy. First you got to get through “all” of life’s challenges and then you got to think about your retirement. You would think that after decades of saving money for retirement, the hard part of investing would be over. Think again. Devising a plan […]

23 Aug

Now Is The Right Time To Invest In Cryptocurrency

Today we are witnessing an era of rising currencies that can’t be “touched” physically. It messes with our minds how people make money of cryptocurrency. But, more or less we are all skeptical about those things. And in reality we don’t know them well, or we have not read anything about it. People tend to […]

08 Aug

Reach Your Financial Utopia with Top Investing Tips for 2017

*This post is paid guest submission from Kim @ blueanchorseo.com These investment tips could make 2017 your best year ever   So far 2017 has been a great year for investors. The market in general, as represented by share indexes such as the S&P 500, is up strongly already and everything points to this proceeding unabated […]

31 Jul

Guest Post: How Living Longer Should Change the Way We Plan Our Retirement

More people are living longer – according to a fact sheet compiled by the Population Reference Bureau, the average life expectancy of boomers increased from 68 years to 79 years. This proves that mortality rates have decreased during the golden years. Additionally, the gender gap in life expectancy has narrowed. The number of years between […]

24 May

You have money. Are you happy?

I believe that money can’t buy you happiness. Sure, having a lot of money is a great thing and gets rid of the stress of financial insecurity. But real happiness can’t be bought by money. Thinking about life has led me to think about this popular belief and realize it’s completely true. Although being financially […]

22 May

Money objectives for 2017

Have you made your money objectives for 2017? It’s not very late. Time to set some individual back money objectives and kick this year into high rigging. Since expectations aren’t enough here is an arrangement to build up a superior, quicker, solid money related you! 5 Financial Goals You Need to Make This Year Here […]

14 May
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How to properly survive the Tax season

Tax season: those two words have the power to make pure anxiety or hopefulness depending on who you ask. The tax code is such a mystic document and we tell that the IRS – the boogey man of modern day – is waiting to get us, if we make a single mistake. Lucky for us, the process of managing […]

14 May
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Friends and family through financial crisis

Everyone has that one friend or family member who is not good with money. They spend too much on unnecessary items or aren’t able to go out at the end of the month until payday arrives. However, sometimes financial problems can become serious. There are many reasons people end up with mounting debt or excessive repayments […]

14 May

DIY to save your money

Most families have to live on a tight budget. If you are the head of household, you are probably trying to find different ways to save money. Repairing your appliances on your own is one way to do that. While some people don’t think they are technically competent enough to do so, it may not […]

14 May

Personal finance: Ready for Retirement

We invest decades for the day when life won’t be directed by wake up timers, drive times, meeting calendars and office issues. At that point reality sets in: Retirement can be somewhat of a drag. Also, there might be 20 or more years of it in front of you. While conventional retirement arranging covers money […]

14 May

Top Articles to Read in your free time

Top Articles To Read Coming from somebody who thought a 401K was a long race, it’s obviously I was fresh out of the plastic new to contributing. When I was enlisted for my first all day work, I was barraged with will on sparing cash here, putting paychecks there. So I did what each free young does once […]

14 May

Are you on an early retirement mission?

Early retirement mission In this period i had really tried to find more articles and views about early retirement and with that to share my point of view about it. This is something around it. A lot of questions came to my mind. Am I ready for this early retirement mission? Forbes had an interesting […]

13 May

Practical Debt Skills

Remember, when you’re in debt, you’re not alone. Here are some debt skills. At times it’s difficult to concede that you have an issue with debt. It can overpower to acknowledge you’re in a tight spot, and to stress you won’t have the capacity to pay back what you owe. The way to escaping your […]