How to Create a Retirement Plan – Simple Tips to Get Started and Stay on Track

by Kevin Mercadante February 17, 2017

Creating a retirement plan may seem overwhelming if you have never done it. But it doesn’t have to be. This guide will give you a top-level overview and show you how to create a retirement plan. In this guide, we will cover different types of tax advantaged retirement accounts, such as your employer sponsored 401k […]

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Volatile Markets – Should You Go To Cash or Stay the Course?

by Miranda Marquit February 13, 2017

How do you respond when things look a little crazy on the stock market? Should you sell your stocks and go to cash during volatile markets, or should you stay the course, and keep your money invested for the long haul? One of the most common responses is to get worried and sell, deciding to […]

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How to Compare Auto Insurance – A Tutorial That Will Save You Money!

by Kevin Mercadante February 10, 2017

Most ordinary people have little deep understanding of the nooks and crannies that make up an auto insurance policy. And when you go shopping for new coverage, that can be a real problem. In order to compare auto insurance quotes from one company to another, you must be familiar with the various types of coverage. […]

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Credit Karma – Free Credit Score, No Credit Card Required

by Ryan Guina February 9, 2017

My wife and I bought a home a few years ago and I was curious about how buying a home affected our credit score. In the course of researching my credit score, I was looking for a way to get a truly free copy of my credit score. There are a lot of companies that […]

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Best Roth IRA Investments – How You Invest Makes a Big Difference in Your Retirement Portfolio

by Kevin Mercadante February 6, 2017

The best Roth IRA investments are those that take advantage of the Roth IRA’s unique tax advantages. Asset allocation receives a lot of attention, and rightly so. A strong mix of diversified investments can help stabilize your investment portfolio. But just as important as asset allocation is asset location, or the placement of certain types […]

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How to Remove a Cosigner from Your Student Loans – Step By Step Guide

by Kevin Mercadante February 3, 2017

If you took student loans to pay for college, there’s an excellent chance that you did so with the help of cosigner. After all, as a student, you probably had limited income and even less credit history. The cosigner was necessary in order for you to get the loans. But now that college is over, […]

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Is Your Retirement Portfolio Taking Inflation into Account?

by Kevin Mercadante January 30, 2017

One of the challenges investors face is calculating inflation into your retirement portfolio. The amount of money that you support your lifestyle today is probably vastly less than what you will actually need once you retire. As has been the case for a human lifetime, inflation is likely to be a constant presence well into the […]

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