What Are You Doing Now to Save and Prepare For Retirement



According to the U. S. Department of Labor, less than one-half of all Americans know how much they need to save for retirement and almost one-third of workers who have access to a retirement plan through their employer do not contribute funds for retirement.  However, the average person will live approximately 20 years after they retire.  Do you know how much you need in order to support yourself through your retirement years? 

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How to Handle Credit Card Debt



There is nothing more crippling than debt, especially credit card debt. It takes a toll on your self-esteem. It takes a toll on your credit rating. If it truly gets out of control, it can cripple your future: jail time, trouble buying a house, etc. So let’s a grip on it before it gets that far, shall we?

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Where to Cut Back



When you’re looking to add a little extra into your savings or saving for something of importance there are certain things that you can do to alter your spending without (completely) altering your lifestyle.

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Simple Ways to Raise Your Credit Score



The first step towards building good credit is getting to know your credit report. This is obtainable free from the government bureau or at a fee from other credit bureaus such as myFICO.com. Your credit report will tell you the areas you need to look at seriously to improve your overall rating.

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