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Should You Continue To Work After You Retire?

I often think about retirement like renovating a home. You know that, in the long run, you’re going to get exactly what you want out of it. It’s going to be perfect – and unlike anybody else’s. But during a home renovation process, you might run into some roadblocks. You and your partner might not…

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How to Build Wealth in Your 20s and 30s

When you’re in your 20s and 30s, building wealth doesn’t always feel like a first priority. You’re wrapping up your education, dealing with a mountain of student loans, and pursuing more immediate goals – like getting married, starting a family, kicking off your career, and purchasing a home. But if you start working toward building…

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How Should I Save For Retirement?

Your retirement savings strategy is a really important part of retirement preparation. Although it may seem like “just saving” using a workplace retirement account, or a target date fund based on your retirement timeline, makes sense – your unique goals are likely better served by a carefully constructed plan. Not all savings vehicles are created…

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5 Ways You Can Automate Your Finances

Did you know that automating your finances is one of the easiest ways to stay on track to reach your financial goals? The truth is, as motivated as you might feel to accomplish your money goals, it can be tough to stay the course. When you automate your finances, you’re removing the “human element” from…

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Save for Tomorrow or Live For Today?

Commit to saving and planning for the future as best you can, but to also give yourself the flexibility to enjoy your money today. You deserve to live a life you’re happy with and proud of – and not just during retirement!

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Should You Buy a House When You Have Medical School Loans?

Asking whether or not you should buy a home while you still have loans isn’t necessarily the right question. Instead, figuring out whether or not buying a home fits into your financial plan, and matches up with your lifestyle values, is a good first step. Let’s start by walking through a few home-buying rules to follow.

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The Psychology of Debt Repayment

I want you to have the most success possible as you get started paying down your debt, so let’s dive in and take a look at how people tend to approach debt – and how that fits into your financial plan.

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A Step-By-Step Guide To Saving For Retirement

Saving for retirement is like solving a Rubik’s cube: strategic, obtuse, and (once it’s finally solved) satisfying. Similar to saving money, there are multiple ways to solve a Rubik’s cube giving the player various avenues to get it right. Saving for retirement can be thought of in this way. There are systems set in place…

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