Monthly Archives: December 2016

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Dec
8

The Financial Advice You Need in Your 30s

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Now that you’re in your 30s, your career is a bit more established and your personal life may be more complex if marriage and kids have entered the picture. You (hopefully) are no longer living paycheck-to-paycheck, but aren’t sure what to do with…

Dec
8

One of the Biggest Myths About Long-Term Care

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Many people aren’t planning for their future long-term care needs because they think the government will pick up the tab. In reality, that’s just not true unless you are eligible for Medicaid (generally those with less than $2,000 in assets). Given that about…

Dec
8

6 Common Credit Card Questions You Haven’t Asked

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In theory, managing a credit card is simple: don’t go over your limit, pay your bill on time and don’t try to juggle too many cards at once. Pretty straightforward, right? But in reality, there are a sea of credit nuances most people…