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January is the month that many make their financial resolutions and plans for the year. If you want to sharpen your planning but don’t feel you have the time to devote to a full-fledged planning exercise, then the following four numbers can be your guide to a better 2015 financially.
The holiday season is in full swing with all the joy and merriment that it brings. Unfortunately, it also brings a higher risk of identity theft and financial fraud. There are actions you can take though to protect yourself and also to lower the impact if it happens to you.
2014 is almost over, yet there is still plenty of time to take a few financial actions that could have a big impact on your 2014 financial condition. There are a handful of smart decisions to consider making before the end of the year.
For many, the dream of a relaxing retirement is lost because of a lack of savings and unexpected costs in retirement. That doesn’t have to the case if you prepare ahead of time with a conservative plan and start saving early for your retirement. Your relaxing retirement can be a reality.
You probably are hoping that you can get the lowest rate on your next car or home loan but have you done everything possible to be a sought after borrower? There are a few simple steps you can take to make yourself an attractive borrower that will help you always get the best rate.
The USDA recently announced that to raise a child born in 2013 to the age of 18 will cost on average $245,000. Even though estimates vary based on several factors, raising a child does increase your expenses. There are ways to save on those expenses and also ways to prepare for rising costs of children.
If you are not happy with your current financial situation, maybe it’s time to take action and start getting fit financially. There are a few ways to get your financial situation in shape and it starts with realizing you might not be where you want to be financially.
Most college students have been at school for nearly a month making it a good time for parents to review newly created financial habits. A few simple questions can help you determine if they are on the right track financially.It is really important for them to get started with good financial habits.