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Categories: Financial, Planning, Saving

Financial concerns can be one of life’s biggest stressors for a lot of people, but did you know that saving money could actually help reduce your stress and improve your health? * Saving money can be simple, too. FORUM offers a 52 Week Money Challenge that is an easy incremental savings plan. 

Before December 31 arrives, there is still time to take advantage of a few tax saving strategies! Check out 5 tax tips below.

Putting off important financial decisions can have a major impact not only on your retirement but also on your financial well-being as you move towards retirement.  Having a strong foundation built by the time you are 40 can produce so many benefits not just in retirement but in the years leading up to retirement.

There may be less than 3 months remaining in 2015 and yet there is still time to make important financial moves that help improve your situation now and make the start of 2016 better too. Don’t wait until the last minute because these moves might have a major impact if you make them soon.

Being a good credit risk starts with your credit score but there is so much more that financial institutions use to evaluate your credit worthiness.  And the lower your credit risk the lower your rate will be when you obtain a loan. Following are a few ways you can become an attractive borrower to every lender.

We have all heard that debt is bad, but realistically almost everyone has to have debt. Not many people can really afford to pay cash for a home or a car.  Knowing the difference between good debt and bad debt is a key to financial success.

Categories: Financial, Money Matters, Taxes

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.

Categories: Financial, Money Matters

Following conventional wisdom is usually a sound practice, especially when it comes to financial decisions.  However, like all rules, there are exceptions even to financial rules.  Knowing when to follow conventional wisdom and when to bypass it can be tricky looking a little deeper into most will help you make the best decision.

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