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What if you can’t “outbudget” inflation? | Smart Change: Personal Finance

Inflation is a nightmare for many Americans who are already spending their dollars on basic needs. What happens when those dollars lose value? Their choice probably isn’t about cutting streaming services or opting for private label groceries. Instead, they may have to choose between buying enough groceries or paying rent. The families hardest hit by …

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In what order should you tap into your retirement savings? | personal finance

You work hard for decades and save diligently for old age, but unfortunately you cannot withdraw from paying taxes. An important part of having a fruitful retirement is understanding how taxes apply to different types of income and planning accordingly. It’s great to have significant amounts of money in different accounts, but taxes can eat …

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The FOMO Investor - Part 2 of the Personal Finance for Starter series

The FOMO Investor – Part 2 of the Personal Finance for Beginners series.

The FOMO Investor – Part 2 of the Personal Finance for Beginners series. Photo: iStock KEY HIGHLIGHTS This crowd mentality leads to speculation that is uninformed and often not good for your investments. Tips are unconfirmed information that purport to predict a stock’s price movement. Bombay: GenZs are notorious for using slang as part of …

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Improve your business by gaining a better understanding of corporate and personal finance

Improve your business by gaining a better understanding of corporate and personal finance

Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you will find interesting and useful. If you buy them, the entrepreneur may receive a small share of the revenue from sales from our trading partners. Finance is a delicate business. Whether you’re trying to budget for your fiscal year or using your …

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The Early Investor - Part 1 of the Personal Finance for Beginners series.

The Early Investor – Part 1 of the Personal Finance for Beginners series.

The Early Investor – Part 1 of the Personal Finance for Beginners series. Photo: iStock KEY HIGHLIGHTS For longer-term goals, they should ideally have a 75 percent exposure to equities for longer-term capital appreciation and a 25 percent exposure to debt. Equity investing could be considered via a mix of passive index funds and a …

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How to iron yours for 2022

How to iron yours for 2022

I once gave a presentation to a group of (unfortunately disgruntled) employees on goal setting and received feedback on the topic (not on my presentation skills, although they were probably doing reference to both): Contributor Depositphotos.com/Depositphotos.com – MarketBeat “Goal setting is boring.” “I like to live in the moment.” “Boooorning.” (Yes, there were multiple overlapping …

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