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What BREXIT Means for Long Term Investors–Nothing

Yesterday Britain voted to leave the European Union. Called BREXIT, the vote sent stock markets into turmoil. As of this writing, markets are down as much as nearly 8%: FTSE 100 (London): -4.24% NIKKEI (Japan): -7.92% DAX (Germany): -7.22% HANG SENG (Hong Kong): -2.95% The U.S. futures are also lower, with the DOW down nearly […]

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“The Simple Path to Wealth” Makes Acquiring Financial Freedom Look Easy

JL Collins recently released his first book, The Simple Path to Wealth: Your Road Map to Financial Independence and a Rich, Free Life. Collins is not yet a household name for most people. However, if you start reading blogs among the early retirement community, you cannot help but learn about the man. He has been […]

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10 Tricky Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

Imagine you’ve just landed an interview for a dream job. You probably feel as though you’re at the peak of a roller coaster, peering over the edge. The hard work of finding openings and chugging through applications is done. But before you know it, the car is going to lurch forward and take you with […]

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5% Cash Back Credit Cards

One of the highest cash back percentage you’ll find anywhere is five percent on select categories that change every three months. There are two major credit cards that offer 5% cash back: the Discover it® Card and the Chase Freedom® Visa. These rotating categories are one of the reasons each of these cards made our list of the best […]

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Subscription Services: 14 of the Best Money-Savers

Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage these days. Take a quick glance online and you’ll likely find hundreds of options to suit any interest. These services deliver a themed box of something, or a collection of somethings, to your door each month. Many are just for fun, and these can make great gifts. For […]

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Which Cards Give You the Most Cash Back for Groceries?

When it comes to things people buy most often, food has to be at the top of the list. Whether it’s eating out at a local restaurant or purchasing groceries to make a meal for your family, food is just one of those basic human necessities that you have to spend money on. So, it […]

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Planning Your Estate? You Need These 3 Documents Now

Estate planning is one of those daunting tasks that we tend to put off, even though we know it’s imperative. And who can blame us? Estate planning requires contemplating a number of uncomfortable topics, like acknowledging our mortality and deciding what will happen to our loved ones and belongings after we are gone. If the […]

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How to Run Home Comps and Why They Matter

How Much is a Home Really Worth? If you are a first-time homebuyer like me, then it is hard to answer that question. You have to realize that a “home” means different things to different people.  Real estate can be either an asset or a liability, with valuations changing just like any other investment. When […]

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How to Find the Best Mortgage Lender

There are more choices for mortgage lenders now than ever before. The brick-and-mortar banks are still there, of course, as are the mortgage brokers. Now, though, there are also online lenders and online mortgage aggregators, providing you with access to hundreds of lenders. Finding the best mortgage lender can be a challenge. It’s not possible […]

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6 Ways Social Media Can Land You a New Job

If your use of social media is all about sharing pictures of your dinner and keeping track of celebrity gossip, you’re missing out. Because while most of us recognise that we are a long way from job searches in the past — days of sitting with the Sunday papers, circling potential ads ripe for application […]

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How to Fly First Class With a Coach Budget

I’ve never sat in first class.  I’ve walked past the section many times and always craved the experience, especially having taken some very long flights (12 hours from San Francisco to Seoul, anyone?) where I sorely wished for more legroom, a more comfortable seat, or free drinks to pass the time. First class, however, doesn’t […]

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