Financial Planning

7
May

Should you pay off your mortgage early?

We all know the financial benefits of being debt-free, but have you considered the psychological benefits? As we prepare for retirement, debt is an important topic to discuss: How much debt do you have, and how much of it can be eliminated before you leave the workforce? If you don’t tackle your debt during your working years, those payments will

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3
May

How to Make a Family Budeget

IF YOU’RE NOT GOOD AT.. Maintaining a household budget, you’re not alone. Many families operate without a spending plan, and even those who think they are budgeting may not actually be doing so. The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards surveyed 300 adults between the ages of 35 to 65 who had investable assets of at least $100,000 in 2018.

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3
May

Feeling Overwhelmed with Debt?

Here Are 14 Ways to Get Your Financial Life in Order If you’re struggling with debt, you’re not alone. A 2018 GOBankingRates survey found that the average American is over $52,000 in debt, with a third of those polled stating that credit card debt is the debt they want to pay off most. No matter what kind of debt you

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