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Tips For Choosing a Financial Planner

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Financial Planner

How to Find a Financial Advisor

Choosing the right financial planner is the most important step in managing your money. This article discusses the important things to consider for finding your advisor.

You have graduated from school and have landed a good job. You have paid off your debt (at least partially) and now you are looking to invest some of your hard earned money.

The only trouble is that things like IRA and P/E ratio sounds Greek to you. So how do you foray into the confusing world of investing? Keep Reading

Marriage and Money

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Marriage and Money

How to Work with Your Spouse on Saving More and Spending Less

A lot of couples fight about money. How to make sure you and your partner are on the same page when it comes to finances. And what to do if you’re not.

If you’re broke, you and your spouse probably fight about it. If you have money, you and your partner most likely argue about how to spend it. Money is a constant source of friction in many American households. Keep Reading

A Guide to Financial Planners

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Financial Planning

Understand how Financial Advisors Operate

Not all financial advisers operate in the same manner. Learn about their major differences before entrusting a financial planner with hard earned money.

Financial planning is not just a luxury of the rich; it is a must for everyone.

Personal financial advisors, financial planners, and financial consultants, etc., are money management professionals who utilize the financial planning process to help individuals in sustaining wealth, or obtaining future wealth, and planning for retirement.

Generally, there is one major difference in the way financial planners operate; it is of vital importance to understand this main difference before seeking their services. Keep Reading

6 Tips for a Quick Home Sale

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Selling A Home

What Homeowners Can Do to Sell a House Faster

Due to a poor economy and a tough real estate market, selling a home can be difficult. Here are five things the seller can do to improve the chances for a home sale.

With foreclosure signs covering entire neighborhoods across the nation, it has become clear that the once scalding-hot housing market has collapsed and the days of the easy home sale are over. Keep Reading

How To Pay off Credit Card Debt

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Credit Card Debt

High Borrowing Rates Generate Compound Interest

Credit card users who find themselves in debt for large amounts of money need to take action to pay off the cards.

Large balances have multiple negative impacts on consumers:

  1. Interest costs mount up quickly due to high interest rates.
  2. Consumers have difficulty saving for large purchases, such as a down payment on a home or vehicle.
  3. Large balances lower credit scores, which may result in higher rates on other loans.
  4. Balances owed count toward debt ratio calculations when financing a home.

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