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5 Investing Excuses You Shouldn’t Give In To

Investing Excuses

Everyone knows that it is a good idea to invest your money for the long term. You don’t have to play the stock market actively in order to be invested – there are plenty of passive, simple ways to allow your money to work for you. Whether you want to take on very little risk, or you would welcome risk ... Read More »

3 Reasons to Save for Retirement When You’re in Debt

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Do you dream about retirement? I do every now and then. I like to think about what my life will be like when I don’t have to work every day to pay my bills and instead I can relax, travel, and enjoy life to it’s fullest. But I know I won’t be able to make that dream come true without ... Read More »

How to Start Investing When You’re Young

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Even if you are 30 years or more away from retirement, it is never too early to start investing. In fact, I think you should start investing when you’re young – the younger the better actually. Keep the following stat in mind; according to the Center for Retirement Research, those who wait until 45 to save for retirement (assuming retirement ... Read More »

How to Compare Mutual Funds

Compare Mutual Funds

A common question I got in my former day job was how to compare mutual funds. It’s an understandable question as there are thousands of mutual funds available, which makes it difficult to know which are the best mutual funds to buy. For those who don’t know (and believe me there are those who ask this) mutual funds are simply ... Read More »

How to Start Investing on a Limited Budget

Start Investing on a Limited Budget

No matter how limited your budget might be, you should always try to find a way to put aside money for your future. I know it can be difficult to start investing on a limited budget, but it is possible – you just have to find ways to do it and make it a priority. I spoke with investors everyday ... Read More »