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Financial Planning In Your 30’s

For many young adults, the 30’s are the decade when real adulthood takes over. It’s the decade of family. It’s typical at this stage to be parenting young children, getting well-established in careers, and managing responsibilities like buying a home. With a mortgage, daycare, possibly student loan payments, and the boatload of other obligations that […]

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Here’s How Talking About Money Can Improve Your Bottom Line

There’s one powerful technique for improving your finances that many people still haven’t tried—and that’s talking about money. Whether it’s scheduling a discussion with your boss to jump start a salary boost or having a candid money conversation with your friends, opening your mouth can have a strong impact—if you do it right.

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Unemployment Statistics Not a Simple Story

The most important financial asset for most working Americans is a career. Our careers represent skills that we, in effect, rent to companies or individuals in exchange for money—which constitutes employment. If no one is exchanging money with you for your skills or services, you are unemployed. According to information released by the Bureau of […]

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