Monthly Archives: June 2013

Final Expense Insurance: An Affordable and Thoughtful Essential

Mortality is never a pleasant notion to ponder, but as it is one of life’s absolutes, spending just a few hours to consider your final wishes could spare your loved ones the dual agony of coping with your loss whilst … Continue reading

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Roth 401(k)s vs. Traditional 401(k)s

By now, most Americans understand that at the very least, they should be participating in their employer’s defined contribution plan, most commonly offered in the form of a 401(k). But some companies offer two forms of these plans: the traditional … Continue reading

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Red State of Mind: Getting Out of a Debtor’s Mindset

Getting into debt is one of the easiest things in the world for someone living in contemporary America. Every time you go shopping there will be somebody trying to get you signed up for some sort of premium rewards credit … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Stay Active and Involved After Retiring

While it may sound silly, the one thing many people fail to consider when retiring is what they’ll do once they’re done working and actually have ample free time. Most of us have spent the time building up to retirement … Continue reading

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The Discount Myth: Dispelling the Idea That Spending Money is Saving Money

The “savings” pumped out by our culture are all but unavoidable. Everywhere we go we’re being offered a sale on something, whether it’s the necessities of our lives such as food or the less necessary, such as an extra pair … Continue reading

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