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How to Choose and Stick to Your Financial Plan in 2018

Posted By Mdinich on Finance - Open letter to Journalists, bloggers, and anyone trying to keep a financial resolution. “Everything Works, but everything does not work for everyone” – Gary Vaynerchuk My new year’s resolution in 2018 is to become a better writer and blogger. My father, Michael R. Dinich, a man who has dedicated his life not, only to serve […]

Avoid These Common Mistakes After Retiring

Posted By Mdinich on Finance - The process of planning for retirement can be a long, grueling process. When the day finally comes to retire, many make a few mistakes in the method of adjusting to the new life of retirement. A strong understanding of your finances in your new relaxed lifestyle is key to maintaining happiness after exiting the workforce. […]

5 Tips to Act on Now: 2018 ACA Healthcare Coverage

Posted By Mdinich on Finance - If you are in the market for securing Affordable Care Act health insurance for 2018, there are many things to consider and act on RIGHT NOW that can save (or cost you) thousands in premiums next year. There are several factors regarding your income (46 examples off the top of my head in fact) that […]

Getting Full Control Of Your Finances

Posted By erikemanuelli on Finance - As you consider getting a more tight reign on your finances, one of your first steps should be to design a budget within which you can most comfortably function.

Look at your monthly income. Are you a single breadwinner, or is there more than one breadwinner in the house? What is the monthly budget you’re working with?

The Top 10 Questions To Ask Your Financial Advisor

Posted By Mdinich on Finance - Managing investments can be difficult, which is why so many people hire a financial advisor to help aid them in the process. These experts are supposed to help you plan your investments in order for you to successfully strengthen your financial safety net. While a financial advisor’s credentials look good on paper, it’s important to […]

Your Guide To Retirement: How Much You Should Have Saved By Every Age

Posted By Mdinich on Finance - Saving for retirement can be overwhelming. Fretting about how much money you should have saved or how much you should be saving at a certain point in your life are two questions that can weigh heavily on anyone’s conscious. They say that every 5 years you should aim for saving the equivalent of a one […]

Electroneum: Cryptocurrency To Invest In 2017

Posted By ocasiomarketing on Finance - In the early days of bitcoin, a man purchased 5,000 coins for only $27, which today would be worth almost $900,000. Don't miss this low risk opportunity to invest in the newest cryptocurrency ready to EXPLODE on the scene.

Average American Household Debt By State

Posted By fthead9 on Finance - Politics can be a divisive topic, where issues and events can polarize the population into opposite sides of the spectrum. In the U.S., states are labelled based on their predominant voting pattern (red for Republican vs. blue for Democrat). With this in mind, we decided to take a look at the state of debt in the United States during this Presidential election race and break down how personal debt compares between red and blue states.

5 Times When a Personal Loan is Better than Using Credit Cards

Posted By fthead9 on Finance - For many Americans the process of purchasing an item goes like this: find what you want to buy, put it on your credit card, and pay it off… eventually. As a result credit card debt in the United States is on track to reach $1 trillion by the end of this year. Meanwhile some consumers […]The post 5 Times When a Personal Loan is Better than Using Credit Cards appeared first on Dyer News.

Debt Consolidation: Is it a Good Deal?

Posted By fthead9 on Finance - Is your credit card debt calling to you? Ready to pay it off once and for all? Consolidating your debt could be the answer. This year U.S. consumers are on track to reach a combined $1 trillion in credit card debt. Add in the fact that credit cards often carry notoriously high interest rates and […]The post Debt Consolidation: Is it a Good Deal? appeared first on Dyer News.