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Tag Archives: savings
You will be really confused in your twenties with almost every decision that life demands from you. While most of the parties take a lot from your energy and your initial salary, you need to take a look at building … Continue reading
If you’re in the market for a new house, you may have considered a home with energy-saving features. And if your wish list goes beyond having a low-flow showerhead or two, you may have come across a few properties touting … Continue reading
You’ve probably been on your own for a little while and you’re starting to get the hang of it (life that is). Hopefully you’re making more money now and — after some trial and error — you’re better at managing … Continue reading
Going from college to first job and apartment can be a huge transition. These steps will help any new grad take care of immediate responsibilities, while still keeping an eye on the future. You’ve got your first real job and … Continue reading
It’s that time again. Time to make those resolutions to lose weight, leave a bad relationship, or stop smoking. It’s what we all do every year—take on a huge, often impossible or unrealistic, quest to change our lives for the … Continue reading
All through our working lives, we are barraged with reminders that, if we don’t save enough for retirement, we’ll be hosed. What we don’t often get are specific instructions about how much we should be saving. The simple answer is: … Continue reading
Before shopping for an eco-friendly dwelling – or any home – make sure you know what features are most important to you. For some buyers, “green” can be as simple as saving on energy costs. These buyers will want to … Continue reading
Planning for both college and retirement can be accomplished simultaneously without sacrificing one or the other. If you are a financial advisor who does work in both the college savings and retirement savings fields, it is imperative to guide your … Continue reading