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Are You Saving Too Much?

It’s possible, of course, but is it really common? From a number of recent articles, you’d conclude that we are now a nation of savers. In early December, I read, “Could You Be Oversaving for Retirement?” on Yahoo Finance. (To give you a hint as to how rare I thought this was, the word oversaving [...]

Put All Your Eggs in One Basket and Watch That Basket Grow

And today, a guest post from Derek – I once heard this statement at a business seminar and I have never forgotten it, “Put all of your eggs in one basket and watch that basket grow.” I know a few people that own multiple businesses and do not have the proper system that allows them [...]

Doing the Math on an Online Savings Account

I’ve frequently said to “do the math” and this guest post just helps drive home this point – When you’re figuring out where to put your money, you have to do a lot of math and planning. The planning part is to help you figure out how to amortize your finances throughout your life, and [...]

Bad Habits Start Young

I was going to title this post something like, “My Daughter, The One Percenter.” I know each of us thinks our own child is special, but it never hurts to get some extra validation. Independent data that proves it beyond a doubt. A brief story from CNN talking about kid’s allowance and savings was interesting [...]

How Safe Are Your Life Savings from the Global Financial Crisis?

Today, a Guest Post by Kristy Ramirez – With the global financial crisis that our world is experiencing – beginning in 2008, and countries like Greece, Italy, the U.S. who are witnessing the collapse of their economic system, it’s no wonder we worry about where to put our hard earned cash.  What is safe anymore? [...]

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