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Joe Young

10 Financial Resolutions to Keep In the New Year

As the calendar nears the end of its final page, New Year’s resolutions once more become a conversational go-to. Not just fodder for water cooler chat or office party banter, New Year’s... Read >>

Bankrate

7 Steps To Retirement Happiness

By Jennie L. Phipps for Bankrate.com For many people, happiness and satisfaction with their lifestyle are byproducts of retirement. A whopping 72 percent of retirees said they were... Read >>

Bankrate

6 Must-Do's Before Buying A Home

By Dana Dratch for Bankrate.com You may think you're ready to be a homebuyer, but have you done your homework? Do you know about credit score requirements? Are you familiar with the... Read >>

NerdWallet

Solo 401(k) Plan To Save Investors Thousands Of Dollars In Fees And Charges

According to a recent survey by investment advisory firm Rebalance IRA, 46% of people surveyed thought their 401(k) accounts do not cost them anything. In addition, 19% of the group thought the... Read >>

Boost

Independent Report Into CFDs and Spread Betting Compared to Short and Leverage ETPs

London, 10 December 2014: BOOST ETP, A WisdomTree Company and Europe’s award winning, specialist short and leverage (S&L) exchange traded product (“ETP”) provider, recently commissioned... Read >>

Bankrate

Should I Keep My Credit Cards At A Zero Balance?

By Jeanine Skowronski for Bankrate.com Dear Credit Card Adviser, Is it a good idea to pay off all my credit cards, not cancel them, and just leave a zero balance? How does that affect my... Read >>

Joe Young

Are You And Your Valuables Protected? A Look At What Should Be Covered By Insurance

While it may seem obvious that insurance is a necessary investment, the details are often hazy at best. When considering insurance, different classes of coverage come to mind—medical insurance,... Read >>

NerdWallet

With Trust, Joint Checking Accounts Can Make Family Finances Easier

By Tony Armstrong for NerdWallet Whether you’ve just gotten married or have a college-bound child, a joint checking account can help you manage your shared finances. It can also spur healthy... Read >>

NerdWallet

Take These 5 Steps Now to Cut Your Data Security Risks

By Anna Helhoski for NerdWallet Around this time last year, hackers breached 40 million accounts  held in Target computers and 70 million files containing names and personal information.... Read >>

Bankrate

8 Steps For Managing Parents' Finances

By Teri Cettina for Bankrate.com The need to take over your parents' financial life, especially if it happens suddenly, can be extremely stressful. However, if you approach it one step at... Read >>

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