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Build Financial Freedom With a Disaster Fund

Achieving financial freedom is a process that takes discipline. And it’s a strategy few people seem to prioritize these days. According to a survey by Bankrate.com, 29% of people don’t have money set aside for emergency expenses. Sure, you’ve got debt to worry about and other expenses always come up. But never making it a […]

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My Retirement Rehab-Weekly Retirement Round-Up

Welcome to the Round-up! Below are the posts we read, found interesting and loved this week for a variety of reasons. We think you’ll like them too. How to avoid choosing the wrong retirement ‘paradise’ “See your new life through a realistic lens.” Finding the life you imagined after retirement requires an honest look, getting past […]

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What’s Missing From Your Financial Planning Checklist?

You could have the most comprehensive financial planning checklist out there. You’ve covered every possible scenario and contingency to minimize risk and maximize your savings long term. But what if your boss fired you tomorrow? Well, you’d have to throw most of your comprehensive financial planning checklist out the window, at least until you got […]

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