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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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Live | Love & Money

Do I Need a Financial Advisor and a Divorce Lawyer?

If you’re dealing with the intricacies of a divorce, you might start to wonder: Do I really need a financial advisor if I’m already working with a divorce lawyer? As you move through the divorce process, you will be required to make quite a few decisions regarding your future as a single adult. Working with a financial advisor may help ensure you are making fully informed financial decisions and may also save you money and time during the divorce process.  You should think of your divorce as...

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