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3 Reasons To Hire A Financial Advisor

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There are many people who wonder if they should hire a financial planner. There are so many benefits to consulting a financial advisor, which is why it is so popular. Here are some common reasons to consulter an advisor. 1. Retirement Planning One of the main reasons that people hire a financial advisor is to help with their retirement. This is especially the case if you don’t work for a company that helps to manage a portfolio.…

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How A Financial Planner Can Help You Manage Your Money

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Whether you have had trouble in the past or simply want to take advantage of the knowledge of a professional in the field of wealth management, you will want to understand what you can expect to receive. When you have a better understanding of how a financial planner can assist you, you will be less likely to walk away from this type of help. Ensures Your Debt Is Paid Off In The Best Order…

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How New Couples Can Get Off To The Right Start Financially

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Whether you just moved in together or you are getting married, these are both very big milestones in your life that warrant lifestyle changes. Money is often a large reason that relationships don’t work, so you want to start off on the right foot by getting hold of your finances as a couple. To do this, you need to communicate with each other, be open and honest about everything and work together.…

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Want To Purchase Your Leased Business Space? What Are Your Financing Options?

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If you’re a small business owner who leases a commercial space that seems to change ownership every year or two, you may have quickly grown tired of adjusting to the quirks and demands of each new landlord. Worse, you may vehemently disagree with your landlord’s management of the retail space – whether allowing your direct competitor to set up shop next door or refusing to repair parking lot lighting or other exterior safety features.…

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When Do You Need To See A Financial Adviser?

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If you aren’t sure how to plan for retirement, have money but don’t know about investments, or simply want a third party to help you with financial planning, then you are probably in need of a financial adviser. Many people believe that a financial adviser or financial consultant is only needed when you have a fortune, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. A lot of people can actually benefit from this type of money expert.…

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Annuities

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Of all of the investment products out there, annuities may be the most misunderstood. Some people love them, others hate them. Hardly anyone completely understands them. Annuities are sold by insurance companies, and they are a contract between the investor and the carrier. The contract says that the investor will give the insurance company money, either as a lump sum or over time, and in return the insurance company will guarantee the investor a lifetime stream of income.…

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Under One Roof—3 Financial Tips For Creating A Multigenerational Household

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An increasing number of American families (some 18% of the population) are finding that setting up a multigenerational household—one where children, parents, grandparents and even great-grandparents all live together under one roof—is the best solution to a host of difficulties. And it can certainly ease financial, physical and emotional needs. But if you’re the adult generation sandwiched in the middle, there are new challenges as well. Here are a few financial tips to make the transition easier and keep it positive—both monetarily and emotionally.…

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Tax Terror: What to Do If You Have Not Filed Taxes the Day After Tax Day

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Life can get hectic at times, which means that you can miss important deadlines. One of the major deadlines in most adults’ lives is tax day. Though taxes are due on a specific day each year, many people miss filing taxes by the deadline. If it is the day after taxes were due and you are just now realizing that you missed the deadline, you may be wondering how to take action.…

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3 Ways Financial Advisers Can Help You Manage Your Finances While In College

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It is no secret that managing your finances while you are in college can be difficult. You spend most of your time going to school and likely only have a part time job. This difficulty that you have managing your finances can then increase quite a bit when you get married and begin having children because you are going to be spending more money. Thankfully, there are financial advisers out there than can help you to manage your finances in the best way possible.…

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Financial Planning For Chronic Illness: An Absolute Must

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Chronic illness or disability is something that everyone likes to think will never happen to them. Unfortunately, chronic illness and disability are very real possibilities and it’s important — for your sake and your family’s — to plan for them as soon as possible. Below are three tips for financially planning for chronic illness or disability. Start Building an Emergency Fund Chronic illness can strike anyone — at any age — so whether you’re 19 or 59, you should have an emergency fund that can financially support you for at least 6 months.…

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