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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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Plan | Saving

8 Excuses for Not Saving Money — Debunked

After two decades of personal finance reporting, I’ve heard every excuse in the book for not saving money. That said, none of them really hold up — at least over the long term. Here are eight excuses I hear all the time, why you’re likely saying them and what you should be doing instead: 1. “I’m too busy.” Yeah, you, me and everyone else. Sure, you’re busy, but this excuse really means you’re too lazy to make saving (i.e. your security, wealth and overall future) a priority. It’s a total cop...

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