5 Financial Calculators You Need to Check Out

5 Financial Calculators You Need to Check Out

We're sharing some of our favorite financial calculators. Whether it's spending money on lunch, or saving for retirement, these tools can be immensely helpful. Check them out today to factor them into your financial planning.

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Three Dangerous Retail Practices That Can Cost You

Three Dangerous Retail Practices That Can Cost You

Retailers are attempting to keep their sales up by making it easier and easier to pay for items, and it’s not hard to get sucked into these traps if you’re not paying attention. To help you make wiser spending decisions we’ll highlight three financing methods and what you should look out for.

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What Is a Money Coach and Do You Need One?

What Is a Money Coach and Do You Need One?

Today, there is a real focus on educating the consumer and helping you to understand exactly how you can take control of your finances, and this is where a money coach can really come in handy. Learn more about what a money coach can do for you.

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Money Challenges Among Millennials

Money Challenges Among Millennials

So much has been written about millennials and our finances, but like any other generation there’s a range of extremes that may or may not apply to such a huge group of the population. That being said, there are some very real challenges that face this generation. Here we tackle some of the biggest challenges millennials face and address what can be done about them.

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How to Reframe Your Money Mindset

How to Reframe Your Money Mindset

There’s a lot of emotions that go along with money. So many of our highs and lows can be connected to our finances. Today, there is starting to be a greater focus on financial wellness, and one element of this is your money mindset. How do you think about money and how could reframing your thoughts help you live a happier and more financially sound life?

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Dealing With Student Loans: Refinancing and Consolidating Debt

Dealing With Student Loans: Refinancing and Consolidating Debt

This seems to be the new reality for millennials in the United States. By the time you’ve graduated and realized just how much debt you’ve amassed, it can feel crushing and nearly impossible to dig yourself out from beneath it. However, you do have options we're discussing on the blog today.

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How My Father's Death Changed My Views on Finance

How My Father's Death Changed My Views on Finance

There’s no arguing that money can be an extremely emotional topic, but factor in a sickness or family death and those effects can be multiplied exponentially. I was 17 when my father passed away. Here are some of the ways his death helped shape my financial views along the way.

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How to Prioritize Your Financial To Dos

How to Prioritize Your Financial To Dos

Time and again, the question I hear from clients the most is how to choose what financial priorities to put first. It sounds like it should be a simple exercise, but most of us don’t have unlimited money lying around to fulfill all our current and future financial needs and wants. So when you’re working with limited funds, what’s really important? How can you invest for the future and still live the life you want today?

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Life Insurance 101

Life Insurance 101

Oh, life insurance… No one likes to talk about it, and who can blame them. It’s not exactly a “sexy” topic. That being said, it’s definitely something worth talking about. Here are the basics you should know if you’re considering buying life insurance.

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How To Recover From a Money Blunder

How To Recover From a Money Blunder

We don’t always make “the right” decisions with our money. Whether your blunder took the form of debt or you just generally didn’t get the value out of a purchase, here are some steps you can take to recover from these mistakes so they don’t follow you into the next phase of your financial life.

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Family Finances: Are Your Loved Ones a Liability?

Family Finances: Are Your Loved Ones a Liability?

Every family seems to have one crazy uncle pushing his pyramid scheme at family dinners, but what happens when those closest to you are struggling with money? Do you open your wallet and help? Most of us don’t have tons of spare funds sitting around to get our siblings or even our parents out of a jam, so what’s the best way to deal with this?

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Where to Start When You’re Paying Down Debt

Where to Start When You’re Paying Down Debt

Debt comes in all shapes and sizes these days, but one thing is always true… it’s stressful even knowing that you have debt hanging around. So how do we vanquish debt forever? Where do you even start?

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