10 Financial Moves to Make before the End of the Year

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It’s almost the end of the year, which means family, friends, stress, fun, and everything else. It’s also a great time to take stock of your financial situation. But let’s face it: you don’t want to spend the holidays thinking about money. So here are 10 moves you can make right now to set yourself up for financial success in the coming year.Read more…

How to Make the Most of Open Enrollment

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Open enrollment season is fast approaching, which means that you’ll soon be asked to make decisions about which employer benefits you want to take advantage of. And while that may sound dry, it actually represents a big opportunity for you to bolster your financial situation. This post shows you what to look for so that you can make smart choices.Read more…

A Lifetime of Happiness

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Do you ever feel stuck in the cycle of delayed gratification? Most personal finance advice can make it feel like your life is supposed to be one big grind until some abstract future point in time when you’ll finally be allowed to enjoy yourself. But good financial planning is about facilitating happiness at all stages of life.Read more…

4 Types of Insurance All New Parents Should Have

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No one likes to talk about insurance. It’s boring. It’s morbid. But for new parents, it’s also one of the best and most cost-effective ways to provide your family with the kind of financial security it deserves. So here’s a comprehensive resource that makes it as easy as possible to get the insurance you need and avoid the insurance you don’t.Read more…

The Self-Driving Financial System

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How do you set up a system that handles all the money coming in, all the money going out, and makes sure that it’s being done right month after month? And how do you do it without losing your mind or having to quit your job to keep track of it all? Here’s my system for handling it effectively with as little ongoing work as possible.Read more…

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