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Four Money-Saving Tips for Buying Investment Property

MintLife
Wed Jan 29, 2014 03:40 EST

When most people think of money-saving tips, they think of how to save on food, utilities, and discretionary purchases. But there are also ways to save money when buying investment property. The most important tip is to do your research first and make sure that you're financially ready for the risk that investment properties bring. You also need to consider all expenses .....

These Eight Tiny Changes Can Yield Huge Results

LearnVest
Thu Jan 23, 2014 12:19 EST

Saving a lot of money is like trying to run a marathon. If you dwell on how long the race is, you might not even get off the couch. But if, instead, you focus on putting one foot in front of the other and running one mile, and then two miles, and so on, suddenly a marathon doesn't seem quite as .....

Top 10 Mortgage Misconceptions

MintLife
Fri Jan 17, 2014 02:18 EST

Mortgages are tricky and often hard to understand. Because most people only purchase a home every five to seven years, prospective home buyers understandably don't spend a lot of time in the interim educating themselves about mortgages and the mortgage process. With the real estate market picking up and mortgage rates prime for refinancing, Zillow has compiled a list of common mortgage .....

9 Ways to Prep for Your First Date With a Financial Planner

LearnVest
Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:14 EST

If you have an appointment to meet with a Certified Financial Planner, you may be feeling a mix of emotions ranging from excited, hopeful, or even anxious about what could happen on that first big date to discuss your finances. One way to ease your mind: Do everything that you can to be fully prepared. And we're not just talking about .....

For Millennials, Age 73 Will Be the Retirement Norm

NerdWallet
Thu Jan 09, 2014 03:01 EST

Key Takeaways: Most of today's college grads won't be able to retire until 73 due to high debt load -- 12 years later than the current average retirement age Given a life expectancy of 84, grads will only have 11 years to enjoy retirement The median debt load of $23,300 will cost students over $115,000 (in today's dollars) by the time they retire Employer .....
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