Lessons From the Shutdown: Why Having Emergency Savings is Vital for Feds
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Lessons From the Shutdown: Why Having Emergency Savings is Vital for Feds

As the partial government shutdown comes to an end, there are some federal employees who may find themselves in a financial bind. Although legislation has already been passed to guarantee back pay, if there is no money being deposited in your bank account, you may still have a problem on your hands.

529 Plans
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529 Plans

You can invest in a  529 plans for your children, grandchildren, and even yourself. They  are an excellent tax-advantaged way to invest money for college education.  The tax advantages are usually a deduction from your state taxes.

Never Broke Again
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Never Broke Again

  Limitless Published on Nov 21, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 1K The Power of belief – NEVER BROKE AGAIN whit Lisa Nichols and Tom Bilyeu. Lisa Nichols talks about her amazing transformation from broke to the 1% richest in America. Do not forget to see other teaching and inspiration talks such as . Link to Tom Bilyeu youtube…

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50 And Nothing Saved For Retirement: What To Do, Where To Start

A plan of action for those who are approaching retirement age with little saved. I get some really interesting reader mail through the Contact page. By far the most common question I get is a variant of the below: I’m 53 years old and through a combination of unforeseen medical expenses/helping ailing parents/life kicking me…

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You’re never too old

You’re never too old to save. Today, I read an article about a woman who at the age 50 realized she needed to make a change. At that point in her life, she had $20,000 in medical bills and an additional $20,000 in credit card debt. She had zero in savings and retirement. Initially, she…