• fixed income
    Living on a Fixed Income in Retirement

    Approximately 40% of retirees live on social security. This can make it difficult to sustain a good quality of life. Thankfully, there are ways to supplement your fixed income and reduce your overhead expenses.  Investing in Retirement...

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  • retirement
    Funding Your Retirement

    In your late twenties or early thirties, you may not place an emphasis on funding your retirement, after all, it’s many years away. However, now is precisely the time to take action so that you can continue...

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  • Saving
    Are You One of Those Saving

    With the COVID-19 outbreak leaving some Americans to rethink their financial plans for retirement and the financial future of their children, the Invest in You Survey explored how Americans are tightening their belts to account for current...

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  • Debt
    How To Get Out of Debt

    Debt affects countless Americans, especially those over fifty, and can be incurred over a lifetime of spending and living. Some of the leading causes of debt include medical bills, student debt, and credit card debt, but there...

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  • Financial security
    Here’s How Financial Security as a Man Relates to Happiness

    Does everyone want to live a happy life? Do you? Have you ever considered the relationship between your financial security and happiness? To find the happiness you are looking for, you might need to learn more about...

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  • rental proprty
    Tips for Making Your Rental Property Stand Out

    Having rental properties is a great way to invest and earn additional income, but it does not come without challenges. It’s a major investment, and you need to know what you’re doing in order to earn a...

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  • Landlord
    Being a Landlord During Retirement

    Your years in retirement are for relaxing, the time to travel, to live a life of leisure, and to do the things you previously didn’t have time to do. There are many benefits to retirement, but for...

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  • Retirement
    Preparing for Retirement

    After decades of working hard and providing for your family, it could well be time to start thinking ahead to your retirement. You could be planning for your retirement in the coming months, or perhaps you still...

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  • Investing
    3 Reasons You Should Consider Investing in Tampa Bay Real Estate

    Tampa is one of the hottest real estate markets in the United States, and it is a very large metro area. It also remains a hidden gem with lots of room for development and appreciation. Furthermore, the...

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  • Money Transfers
    Get More from Life After 50: How to Save on Money Transfers Abroad

    Living your life to the fullest is a must like many women over 50, and this will often involve sending money abroad. The problem here is that making international currency transfers can be rather expensive. If you...

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  • Retire early
    How to Retire Early

    The Golden Years are every American’s dream; with no work schedule, plenty of retirement funds, and the world at your feet, the possibilities are endless. The average retirement age in America is somewhere between about 62 and...

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  • Credit union
    4 Reasons You Should Consider Opening an Account at a Credit Union

    While credit unions have been around for a while, they are still largely unknown to many. Some may think that they’re just another type of bank, and might not see the reason why they should opt for...

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  • Retirement
    How to Protect Your Nest Egg From a Market Crash

    It’s only a matter of time to the next downturn, so prepare now. The current bull market now 10 years old, leaving many of us believe we are past due for a major market crash. With Americans heavily...

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  • Myths about women
    3 Myths About Women and Money, Debunked

    “Women lack confidence in their financial decisions.” Sound familiar to you? It’s just one of the many stereotypes that have long-defined conversations about women and money. For decades, these stereotypes have conditioned us to believe that women...

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  • Leasing
    How Do You Know Car Leasing is the Best Option?

    Choosing between buying and leasing a car is similar to buying or renting a house. Either way, you need to be cautious before you finalize your decision. You want to get a vehicle you deserve at a...

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  • 6 Ways to Keep Money from Wrecking Your Relationship

    Disagreements over money are a leading cause of marital and relationship troubles. In one recent survey, 31 percent of respondents said they consider financial infidelity to be worse than cheating romantically — yet an estimated 15 million...

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