New Year’s Resolution: $20 A Week For Your Future

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Every year, tens of millions of Americans start the new year by committing to saving more money for their future. And like most New Year’s resolutions, within the first couple of months, that resolution goes from deep conviction to the credit card bill coming to an emergency cropping up . . . and then it is all but entirely forgotten … Read More

The Ins and Outs of Health Savings Accounts

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Our health and the cost of healthcare are some of the greatest risks to building and maintaining wealth in this generation. Medical debt accounts for more bankruptcies than any other financial event. Moreover, according to recent data from the Social Security Administration, a married couple has a greater than 50% chance of at least one partner living until age 90. … Read More

Does New Device Mean New Vice?

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New device cycles, such as the latest iPhone and Apple Watch coming out, may prompt you to make a potential spending choice that you otherwise may not have thought about. Apple announced all the new features, how much faster it is and how the cameras have improved, and in this year’s case, the free Apple TV for a year you … Read More