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Uncertainty a Growing Theme for Retirement

Posted in Retirement
August 18th 2016 by
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Saving for retirement can be stressful and frustrating for many people.  Growing concerns over the sustainability of programs like Social Security create worry, but many struggle to save on their own. It’s also a concern that affects people of all walks of life. Current Retirees vs. Upcoming Based on retirement savings, 73% of wealthy retirees reported being confident that they saved enough to last them throughout their retirement.  However, only 57% of wealthy people who are not retired think they will have enough money saved.  Therefore, it’s no surprise that while 59% of wealthy retirees reported not feeling stressed about retirement…

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Should You Do Your Own Home Repairs?

Posted in Home Ownership
August 17th 2016 by
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Have some work that needs to be done around the house?  Are you looking to save a few bucks and do it yourself?  Even if you are the DIY type, here are a few things to take into consideration before you jump in. What’s Your Knowledge Level? “I’m just going to wing it.” “I think I know how to do this.” “I’m sure I’ll figure it out.” If this sounds like you, it is probably best to leave the project to the experts.  For instance, if you need a roof repair, you may not know the indicators of a loose shingle, which…

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How to Make Homebuyers Fall in Love with Your House

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August 16th 2016 by
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If you’re thinking about selling your house within the next couple years, it helps to know what features homebuyers are looking for. While some things you can’t change, like the location, there are a number of ways you can improve your house prior to selling. First, a quick note: be sure to calculate how much you think you’ll be able to get back on your upgrades. It helps to talk to a realtor to get an idea of how certain improvements will affect pricing and showing. Update Your Kitchen A modern and updated kitchen is at the top of the list…

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Developing a Plan to Lead You to Wealth

August 11th 2016 by
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If you are looking to improve your personal financial situation in order to achieve a goal, there are a few ways to do so.  Although many of us believe that becoming wealthy is unattainable, it can  happen over time with perseverance. 1. Set a Goal As with anything you set out to accomplish, you need to set a goal instead of just saying you want to do something.  You need to plan out how you will get from where you are now to where you want to be: Educate yourself on that field/subject Determine how much/ if any money it will take to…

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Is Your Salary Higher than Those of Historical Figures?

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August 10th 2016 by
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Have you ever wondered how much money historical figures would be making today compared to how much you make?  Some of these numbers may impress you! A U.K. jobs site, Adzuna, researched salaries of famous scientists and then figured out what the 2016 equivalent might be.  Albert Einstein came out on top as the highest paid scientist as shown in the list below.  Einstein had suggested a $3,000 salary however, but his employer (Princeton University) did not want other scholars to be paid more than him. Here are the scientists that Adzuna found a salary for along with a speculated 2016 equivalent, as well as what the…

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