Spoiler Alert: It’s Sooner Than You Think! Let’s face it, nobody really wants to buy life insurance. After all, adding an extra expense to your budget for something you’ll (hopefully) never use isn’t at the top of most people’s wish lists. However, life insurance coverage is a critical part of most sound financial plans. It […]
Debt consolidation can save money and help you payoff debt sooner. But you must be careful: Some products are better than others, and some are downright scams. Learn how to consolidate debt the smart way.
Many people assume life insurance is always expensive, but that simply isn’t the case. When you purchase the right amount and the right type of life insurance, a policy might cost a lot less than you think.
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How to build wealth is ridiculously simple. It doesn’t require luck, genius or special connections. You don’t have to attend overpriced, weekend financial seminars or learn the latest tricks and gimmicks sold by slick marketers. Everything you need to know can be summarized in two sentences…
Although the general concept of life insurance is pretty simple, when you dive into the details, things start to get complicated. Life insurance is a legal contract, and, as such, there are many small details that can make a big difference. Here’s what you need to know about how life insurance works.
Life insurance is an important part of a comprehensive financial plan that serves to mange the risk that you might die prematurely. Learn why life insurance is so important, and the real reasons most people need at least some kind of term life insurance policy.
How much life insurance you you really need? Relying upon an insurance agent’s word or an oversimplified “rule of thumb” can lead you to buy either too little life insurance—or too much! Here’s how to ensure you have the protection you need without paying for too much.
The 401(k) can be a great savings vehicle, or a financial black hole where investors lose huge chunks of their hard-earned money to hidden fees and missed opportunities for investment growth. The difference is knowledge. This ultimate guide to 401(k)s shows you step-by-step how to optimize your portfolio strategy and eliminate wasteful expenses. Discover how you can use free 401(k) analysis tools to avoid the most obvious traps so you can secure your dream retirement.
When you think of leverage, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, it’s some form of financial leverage – mortgage financing or debt financing – using other people’s money. You probably also think leverage is risky. But the truth is financial leverage is only one of six different types of leverage. Worse yet, it’s the most dangerous type of leverage because it increases risk as much as reward. The other five types of leverage can both decrease risk and increase reward… at the same time! So let’s pull these five other categories of leverage out of the shadows so you know how to multiply your wealth growth by taking less risk…