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Why You Should Work on Your Taxes Before the End of the Year

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Christmas is right around the corner. You are already planning menus, thinking of all those Christmas cookies and ready to open gifts with your family. Another you should be thinking about is starting on your taxes. You didn’t misread that part. It’s time to start preparing those taxes. You might think it’s too early since you have until April to file, but it really ... Read More »

5 Simple Ways to Jumpstart Your Finances

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Sometimes, it feels like you need to ‘reset’ your financial life to get things moving in the right direction again. In this article, we are going to look at some ideas to help you jumpstart your finances again. Each of the tips included below is relatively simple to put in place, but each has the potential to make a significant impact on ... Read More »

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Improve Your Personal Finances

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Trying to Improve Your Personal Finances

In life, it’s important to learn from the successes of others! That’s why some of us like to read biographies or watch inspiring videos. It is equally important to learn from the mistakes of others (besides one’s own) to have a complete vision of what it takes to succeed in what we undertake. In this sense, here are 4 things ... Read More »

Compounding Good Financial Decisions Will Change Your Life

The Effect of Compounding Good Financial Decisions Will Change Your Life

As a young person full of vigor and quite far from retirement, it is easy to put off making financial preparations for later. You may assume there is plenty of time, unfortunately there is no ‘right’ time to start making good financial decisions. In fact, the best time to start was probably yesterday. Today, technology has made it a lot easier ... Read More »

4 Reasons to Finish Your Year Off Well

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There is always some excitement associated with ending the calendar year. Even though it might not make much logical sense, turning the page from December 31st to January 1st brings a new sense of energy, enthusiasm, and optimism to many people. It can feel like a fresh start in a number of ways, including in your financial life. If you ... Read More »