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7 Tips to Financially Prepare for Baby

September 29th 2015 by
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That positive pregnancy test sure can bring a rush of emotions! Once you’re able to navigate through the first few weeks, you’ll need to start thinking logically. Mainly, how are you going to financially support another human being? The average cost to raise a child to 18 years has risen to about a quarter million dollars. That doesn’t even include college! Buckle down, because it’s time to start planning and saving. Review Health Insurance Plans A pregnancy typically means plenty of doctor appointments and a hospital stay. You might want to research what options you have as far as plans go,…

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Should You Get a Health Savings Account Plan?

September 24th 2015 by

Health insurance has changed quite a bit over the last few years, and you may have noticed a greater push for high-deductible plans. These plans are usually coupled with a Health Savings Account. Before you make any decisions about whether or not this type of plan will work for you, it helps to know what a Health Savings account is and why these high-deductible plans were created. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) HSAs are personal savings accounts that are used only to pay for medical expenses. As long as the money is solely used for health care, it’s not taxed. Unlike Flexible Spending…

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Do You Want to Start Your Own Business?

September 22nd 2015 by
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Being your own boss is tempting! That’s why hundreds of thousands of small businesses are launched every month. While not every one makes it, small businesses make up a significant portion of our economy. Maybe you have a special skill or product you’d like to launch. Do you know what steps you need to take to make it a business? What to think about? Or even the resources available to you? Know What Traits Good Small Business Owners Have First off, not every business owner will have all the key character traits. But a lot share these qualities: Discipline Frugal…

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What People Want in Cars in 2015

Posted in Buying a Car
September 17th 2015 by
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A recent post discussed the pros and cons of buying a new or used car. If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, that’s a pretty important decision you’ll need to make early on. But what about other factors? Vehicles come in all shapes and sizes with various features available. You may be curious about what most people look for to help you determine what’s most important for you. High Priority: Good Gas Mileage Other than price, gas mileage is usually ranked high on the list of consideration among car buyers. Nearly half of consumers say they’ll consider alternative-energy…

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Are You Saving Enough for Retirement?

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September 15th 2015 by
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The Wall Street Journal recently reported that if Americans put 3% of their salaries towards a retirement plan, it still may not be enough for a comfortable retirement. The problem is many people don’t even want to part with that 3%. In fact, almost half of the people surveyed had no retirement funds at all. And many of those who are contributing to a 401(k) are not putting in the required amount to get their full employer match, leaving $42,855 behind on average per year. As these people get closer to retirement, the savings crunch can be extremely stressful and the well-deserved break…

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