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Plan | Investing

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing

Five thousand dollars. That’s how much Emma was ready to invest. Or so she thought. When it came time to commit, she was acutely aware that rather than grow, it could shrink. Even after all the research — and knowing that this was a step into financial adulthood — she had the urge to hold onto her money even tighter. What if she overlooked something? Had she really thought this through? Days later, having lost her nerve, the cash sat in her savings account and she was even less sure about...

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Earn | Small Business

Why You Shouldn't Skimp on Disclaimers

We have all heard those commercials where the drug companies proclaim that taking their headache medicine could actually cause a headache — or worse, heart attack or death. While you may think this is ridiculous and silly (I mean, it is pretty funny how headache medicine could cause a headache), this approach is actually extremely important to protect their business. This is an honest disclaimer from a weight-loss drug: You may feel an urgent need to go to the bathroom. Until you have a sense...

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Plan | Financial Planning

Yes, You Can Save and Invest When You Have Student Loans

The path to prosperity has never been easy, but these days you could argue it’s a lot less simple than it used to be. A big factor? Student loans — and lots of them. Today more people are taking on a larger amount of education debt than ever before. And when you’re shouldering five or six figures worth of debt, the idea of simultaneously building wealth is not exactly a straightforward proposition. Even if your degree has afforded you a better salary, it can be difficult to know exactly where...

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