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Plan carefully for your retirement.

Retirement Planning For Women

Concerns about having enough savings to finance a worry-free retirement plague many women. According to Donna Phelan, 62, who has guided many women through the process as she has worked with several large Wall Street investment firms. She has even written a book on the topic, “Women, Money & Prosperity: A Sister’s Perspective On How […]

Paying bills online is the easiest way to pay your bills on time.

Not Too Late To Make Personal Finance Resolutions

By now, most of the resolutions made on Jan. 1 are in the wastepaper basket. Experience shows that most of them don’t last into the second week of the new year. But if you’re willing to take a second shot at it, here are some ways you can improve your financial standing in 2015: Analyze […]

Involve the whole family in planning your budget.

Family Budgeting For The New Year

Making resolutions as you head into a new year is simple. But a good hard look at the year disappearing over the horizon is just as important. If better financial management is your objective, it becomes the basis for what to do next. In fact, your family may be well served to think beyond 2015 […]

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Paying bills online is the easiest way to pay your bills on time.

Not Too Late To Make Personal Finance Resolutions

By now, most of the resolutions made on Jan. 1 are in the wastepaper basket. Experience shows that most of them don’t last into the second week of the new year. But if you’re willing to take a second shot at it, here are some ways you can improve your financial standing in 2015: Analyze […]

Can you go on a  31 day money diet and cut out all spending on unnecessary goods?

The 31 Day Spending Diet

Haven’t gotten serious yet about a resolution for the New Year? Here’s a thought: Instead of resolving to lose pounds, resolve to lose debt and live more frugally. Eliza Cross, a blogger at Happy Simple Living can offer some advice. She has started each of the past six years on a fresh-start basis. To begin […]

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Gas Prices To Remain Low In 2015

For the last three months in 2014, average gas prices dropped almost daily in the United States and the Energy Department predicts that American drivers will continue to see prices in the same range as the new year begins. The department is forecasting a price of $2.60 per gallon. That would be 23 percent lower […]

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Plan carefully for your retirement.

Retirement Planning For Women

Concerns about having enough savings to finance a worry-free retirement plague many women. According to Donna Phelan, 62, who has guided many women through the process as she has worked with several large Wall Street investment firms. She has even written a book on the topic, “Women, Money & Prosperity: A Sister’s Perspective On How […]

Proper planning for retirement really helps alleviate stress.

Letting The Present Rob The Future

The comparative wealth of Americans born into the post-World War II economy is taking a toll on retirement expectations. With the greatest economy known to history, Americans have tended to become a “gimme more” population, a condition that is reflected in soaring national debt and near-depletion of some natural resources. The national stress is often […]

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Will You Work Past Retirement?

There’s a new term going around among economy experts. “Unretirement.” It has to do with Americans who have reached ordinary retirement age, but haven’t retired. Chris Farrell of MarketPlace thinks it’s a good thing that will help in the country’s recovery from the recession that began in 2008. Not only does prolonged working benefit the […]

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