5 Tips to Make Your Money Last for the Rest of Your Life

(Cozine/ShutterStock) No one likes to think about the end, but when it comes to money, it’s important to plan for retirement with a long-term mindset. Making your money last is something that all retirees and those planning for retirement have to think about. After all, no one wants to run out of money before they…

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5 Tips to Make Your Money Last for the Rest of Your Life

No one likes to think about the end, but when it comes to money, it’s important to plan for retirement with a long-term mindset. Making your money last is something that all retirees and those planning for retirement have to think about. After all, no one wants to run out of money before they die….

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Retiring at 35 (Without Giving up Everything)

There are certain things that I would never give up. I’m talking about things like a delicious In-N-Out burger or my Netflix subscription. Okay, maybe I would give up Netflix…. There are certain things that I would never give up. I’m talking about things like a delicious In-N-Out burger or my Netflix subscription. Okay, maybe…

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How to Plan for a Retirement Filled with Luxury Travel

As you approach retirement, it’s normal to start thinking about all the places you’ve always wanted to visit but never had the time or money for. After years of working… As you approach retirement, it’s normal to start thinking about all the places you’ve always wanted to visit but never had the time or money…

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Start-Up Equity Is a Great Retirement Plan, if You Can Pull It Off

Credit…Miriam Martincic Nearly two years ago, Trevor Ford left a job at Lending Tree that gave him a 401(k) plan and a generous employer match to work at Yotta, an online banking app. When Mr. Ford began working there, Yotta, like many early-stage start-ups, didn’t offer its employees a 401(k) plan. Instead, Mr. Ford received…

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3 Financial Planning Moves To Make When You Turn 50

50 may be the new 30, but reaching half a century old- still warrants making these smart retirement … [+] Getty Images Once you’ve been on this Earth for half a century, it is time to get serious about your retirement and financial planning. For many, your 50 th birthday is a kick in the…

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Five Steps Towards Financial Freedom For Black Women

Getty Yes, April happens to be Financial Literacy Month, but for most of us, every month should be Financial Literacy month––that is, if we want to achieve financial freedom and accumulate wealth. The good news is that it’s never too early or too late to make a positive difference regarding our relationship to money. And…

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Understanding your first paycheck (and why it’s so much smaller than you thought)

Inside Creative House | Istock | Getty Images You get your first job out of college. You can finally breathe a sigh of relief — you have post-grad plans! You can confidently answer that nerve-racking question: What are you doing after graduation? But as soon as you accept that job offer, the train leaves the…

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4 Ways to Grow $100,000 Into $1 Million for Retirement Savings

If you want to eventually retire comfortably, it’s important to start investing early, reinvest your dividends, and keep adding steadily to your portfolio. There are a few big milestones when saving for retirement. Getting the value of your nest egg to $100,000 is one of them. But even after you get that far, the next…

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Want to Retire Early? Buy Dutch Bros

The flourishing coffee chain has all the makings of a long-term winner. Everyone dreams of achieving financial independence and retiring early. It’s an attainable goal for anyone, but it does require some fortunate breaks along your journey. Holding the right stocks long enough can dramatically improve your financial situation and speed up the timeline to…

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