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What No Mother With Young Children Can Afford to Leave Off Her Shopping List

October 27, 2016
I was shopping at Costco recently, enjoying the great value as always. While waiting in line to check out I got to chatting with a few young mothers-with babies in tow-who were waiting as well. Me being me I was curious if these women who obviously knew a thing or two about shopping had bought protection for their family.
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The Best Investment Move You Can Make Right Now

October 20, 2016
It’s been a great stretch for investors. Stocks have gained more than 250% in the bull market that stretches all the way back to 2009. I am always a big believer that dollar cost averaging-investing on a regular basis-is a great strategy for long-term investors. So don’t take what I am about to say as a reason to give up on stocks: Returns over the next seven to 10 years probably won’t be as good as what we’ve had the past seven years.
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Five Steps To Survive The Holidays Without A Financial Hangover

October 13, 2016
t’s only October, but you and I both know that’s the beginning of the most dangerous time of year for your household’s finances. Between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chanukah and Christmas it is hard to land in January without a really bad financial hangover from overspending on gifts, or buying a new outfit or two for holiday parties, to say nothing of the tab for some extra holiday nights out.
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Social Security Sends Another Lesson On Why Delaying Is So Important

October 06, 2016
Before the end of October, Social Security will announce the annual Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) retirement beneficiaries will get for 2017. Or rather, what they won’t get. Because of the way the COLA is calculated the inflation adjustment is expected to be around 0.2%. Sadly, 0.2% will be better than the 2016 COLA: Zero.
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Take Interest In Shoring Up Your Finances Now

September 29, 2016
It's human nature to think that making money entails investing in the stock market, bond market or real estate. But another important way to boost your net worth is to pay down your debts.
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