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Your emergency cash fund is as important as your retirement funds

The partial government shutdown could result in 800,000 federal workers across the county missing a paycheck on January 11th. And if the shutdown continues to drag on, it’s possible that these workers won’t receive another paycheck...

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A record number of tourists and business travelers visited a country other than their own in 2017, and this year is already on pace to exceed that tally.

One thing you definitely need when traveling abroad besides a passport is local currency, such as euros in Europe, yen in Japan or rubles in Ru...

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For those looking to buy a home, here are some tips to help facilitate the financing aspect of the sale:

  1. Conduct an informal analysis of your finances before approaching your lender. You may avoid surprises by taking the time to assess your current financial situation. Be sure to collect full d...

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If you were to guess how much you spend on eating out per month, chances are you’ll miss the mark by a quite a bit.

In a recent study, I found that adults tend to underestimate how much they spend on eating out by more than twice what they’re actually spending.

This is a significant chunk of cas...

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What should investors worry about?
It’s the topic people love to discuss. Are homes overpriced? When will “they” stop building new homes? Are we in the middle of another housing bubble? What should we do?

Across the country, at backyard barbecues, sporting events and in restaurants, the conversat...

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Is it a problem, a necessity, both or neither?

During the last presidential election, there was a lot of talk about the national debt spiraling out of control. Then-candidate Trump suggested that the national debt could be paid off completely in 8 years, although he said that would not necessarily...

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