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New Post on Wealth Lion
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How to Perform a Financial Checkup on Yourself
A financial checkup can help you pinpoint problems with your finances, and recognize issues that need attention. As you perform a checkup on your financial situation, here are a few things to keep in mind …
Ask the Readers: How can I help my father get financially set?
Moving Our Stuff Out This Weekend!!
Boy, things sure do go fast once you put your mind to things. Just over over 3 weeks ago we decided it was finally time to move to a new area, and then almost 2 weeks after that we find and lock in our new place – and now, 2 more weeks later, it’s time to move out! So cool how quick it’s all going!
And we’ve got an interesting game plan here to finish it all up, too :)First, we need to get everything OUT of our current house (happening this weekend)
Then, we need to put it all in storage for a month until it’s time to move into our new home
Then it’s off to renovating our current house to prep for new renters (which we still need to get!)
And finally, we’ll be relocating to our next holding place until it’s officially time to move…
Friday Links – Bachelorette Weekend
Friday Giveaway Roundup – 122 Giveaways
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Bud Nyquist 1929-2013
This week my wife’s grandfather passed away. It wasn’t unexpected as he was in hospice care, but it still doesn’t make it any easier for anyone who was close to him…
Roth IRAs And The New Tax Law
In the wake of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, we need to revise and rethink some strategies about Roth IRAs, especially about converting traditional individual retirement accounts to Roth IRAs…
The Retire Happy Blog tells you How to Be a Better Investor. Everyone can use this advice.
It’s graduation season and you probably have quite a few graduates in your family. The Financial Highway is here to help with 10 Great Graduation Gifts for Under $20…
Never Go Full Commie!
Thanks to the tax surcharge imposed by Hollande’s Socialist government last year, more than 8,000 French households had a tax bill that topped 100 percent of their income…
10 Money Missteps New Grads Should Avoid
Calvin, April 2013 Net Worth
Should I Cosign a Loan?
Let’s reword that question into the reality of the matter…
Do I Really Need Life Insurance?
How To Budget For Big Expenses In Low Income Retirement?
Writing Wrap Up & The Clouds Have Parted
I’ve enjoyed my vacation from work. It’s rainy season here in Grenada, though, and so I haven’t gotten to squeeze in much beach time. However, yesterday the clouds parted and the pool called my name. Obviously, even with a little freelance work to do, I had to take advantage and enjoy eating a nice salad for lunch poolside!
I’m starting a new project at work on Monday for the month of June, which will involve a lot of visiting different parts of the island…
How to Choose the Best Life Insurance Policy
This Important Advice Might Save You Thousands Of Dollars
One question we income investors are asking ourselves right now is: “Should I own bonds?”
The answer is yes; but for reasons I’m about to explain, you will need to be cautious…
12 Signs You’re Broke and Not Afraid to Show It
Whether you know it or not, here are signs you’re broke and may be showing it.
1. You have more things in your home than dollars in your bank account
Hoarding? Too many things may = too little money
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How to Compare Medicare Part D Plans: A Beginner’s Guide
Prescription drug coverage can sometimes feel overwhelming. I know — I recently navigated an authorization process for my teenage son’s acne medication that took several phone calls and 10 days to complete. And I’m not alone in feeling stressed about prescription coverage — according to a recent survey conducted by Walgreens, 37% of the more than 31…
Overdrafting: Kick this Bad Financial Habit
Though we all know that overdrafting your bank account is bad, it’s also something that we’ve probably done with minimal — if any — consequences. For a few reasons, overdrafting has recently become an easier and more acceptable bad financial habit.
Why Overdrafting Has Become More Common
Before overdraft protection, you had to deal with the embarrassment of bounced checks and declined transactions…