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January 30, 2019

9 Ways to Rescue Your Retirement in 2019

An old year is gone, and a new one has arrived. That means you are 12 months closer to retirement than you were in January 2018. Does that thought make you excited — or nervous? If you haven’t saved nearly enough, remember that there is always time to pad your nest egg. But if you […]

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January 30, 2019

12 Ways Retirees Can Make Money Through Passive Income

These days, “retirement” doesn’t always mean “not working.” According to a new study from the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, 9 percent of retirees in the United States are working part-time or full-time, are self-employed or are searching for employment. No wonder people are looking to bring in a little extra! You might be able […]

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January 30, 2019

15 Reasons You’ll Go Broke in Retirement

As 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day and count down the minutes to retirement, they’re also counting their savings – and their fears. They’re not alone. According to the latest Transamerica Retirement Survey, the single greatest retirement fear is outliving savings, which was cited by 52% of those polled. Indeed, 38% of workers aren’t […]

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January 25, 2019

20 Online Shopping Secrets So Good You’ll Want to Keep Them to Yourself

Online shopping is the easiest way to buy pretty much anything and everything you need. But though it’s convenient, it can often feel like there are deals to be had that you’re missing out on. With a little extra effort, however, and some excellent insider tricks, you can become an e-shopping expert. Between checking rebate […]

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December 28, 2018

20 Incredible Things to Look Forward to in 2019

Feeling hopeful about 2019 doesn’t mean you’re living in a fantasy world of constant sunshine and rainbows. It just means you want to be reminded that the world is still capable of being a magical place. And we’re happy to help you do that. From the return of Game of Thrones to a new royal […]

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December 20, 2018

15 New Year’s Resolutions That Always Fail

New Year’s resolutions are notoriously difficult to achieve. In one study involving 200 subjects, a University of Scranton professor found that fewer than 20 percent of resolutioners had achieved their goal two years out. To us, even that seems optimistic. Yet most failures can be attributed to one of several common mistakes people make when […]

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December 19, 2018

10 Ways Stores Make You Spend More During the Holidays

The average American shopper plans to spend more than $900 this holiday season, according to survey results from the National Retail Federation. Whether you’re shopping for the kids or planning a staycation at home buried in gifts for yourself, chances are you’ll be joining the spending frenzy. Retail stores have all sorts of tricks to […]

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December 19, 2018

14 White Lies We Tell During the Holidays

The holidays are a time of love and giving, but not necessarily of honesty. In fact, when home for the holidays, it’s often expected that we refrain from telling the whole truth for the sake of playing into seasonal fairy tales and staying civil with our more disagreeable loved ones. The following are some of […]

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December 19, 2018

10 New Year’s Resolutions That Can Save You More Than $1,000

Small, routine expenses and paying too much for major monthly bills can add up quickly over time. A few extra dollars misspent here and there can easily turn into a few thousand dollars each year and quickly derail the family budget. Resolve to adopt at least one of these attainable money-saving strategies, and your bank […]

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