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Author: Daniel Harris

#408 The Best Strategies to Maximize Your 401(k)

If you are one of the 50 million or so Americans who possess a 401(k) retirement account, you get a quarterly account statement that is a positive miracle of deadly dull prose wrapped around incomprehensible euphemisms. Worse, when you first sign up, and every year after that, you are asked to ma... see more

#397 Avoid 'Winging' Retirement: Don't Make These Investment Mistakes In Your 50s

By Shirley PulawskiIt's well-known that one of the biggest retirement mistakes people make is to fail to begin planning and saving until after reaching their 40s or 50s, but even with a good, solid retirement program well underway, there are important retirement mistakes to avoid once you'... see more

#373 5 Ways To Get Out Of Debt Without Sacrificing Your Retirement Savings

Saving for retirement and getting out of debt aren't mutually exclusive, yet far too often people give up one to do the other. While it's important to lower your debt load as you enter retirement, you don't want to sacrifice retirement savings to do that. Sure, going into retirement without any d... see more

#328 HelloFresh Review: Is It Worth It?

HelloFresh is a meal subscription service that delivers everything you need to cook wholesome, healthy meals for your family. As a HelloFresh subscriber, you don't have to work so hard planning a weekly dinner menu in advance and dragging all the ingredients home from the grocery store. The compa... see more

#304 Alt-A Mortgages: How They Work

A house is probably the single largest investment you will ever make, and if you're like most, you'll need a mortgage to finance it. Mortgages are loans that are secured by specified real estate – namely, the house that the loan is being used to purchase. Depending on factors like your credit s... see more

#295 What Retirement Will Look Like Without Savings

By many estimates you are going to need at least 70% of your income in retirement. But in this instant gratification society where keeping up with the Jones's is more important than saving money for the golden years, having a nest egg at all is considered a big achievement. According to a recent ... see more

#249 4 Ways to Plan for an Unexpected Early Retirement

Most people have a clear idea of when they plan on retiring, yet far too often they are forced to exit the workforce unexpectedly. In some cases, people retire early due to illness while some people are blindsided by a layoff or downsizing. With the likelihood of retirement coming before you plan... see more

#227 The Smartest Way to Tap Your Home Equity

When it becomes necessary to come up with a pile of cash, many homeowners see a second loan on their house as the easiest and most convenient way to accomplish this. Even those who have other assets can find this avenue appealing, because they may not want to sell taxable holdings that will gener... see more

#130 Retirement Tips for Teachers

Teachers spend most days, and many nights, working and planning their lessons for students. However, when it comes to retirement, some teachers have not planned enough. Some state and local governments have begun to favor a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) over pensions for budgeta... see more

#88 What Is The Average Salary For An MBA Graduate?

The decision to return to school after spending time working towards a bachelor's degree is a serious and often costly one. For many, it's safe to say that the motivation for pursuing a postgraduate education boils down to the potential of increasing one's annual income. More specifically, a Mast... see more

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