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What is investing? How do I start?

Trent Hamm •
The Simple Dollar

Tell me if this sounds familiar. At some point earlier in your life, you had no sense whatsoever about your finances. For whatever reason – maybe a life change or maybe just a growing sense of maturity – you “woke up” and began figuring thing out. You buckled down, got smarter about your spending, and

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Don’t let debt destroy your retirement plans

CSA®, Founder, Blackston Financial Advisory Group, David Blackston, RFC®, and CEP® •
Kiplinger

People come to my office expecting to talk about making and saving money. But more and more lately, the conversations we have are about their need to get out of debt. I’m starting to see a trend of retirees, people in their early 60s and even mid-70s, who are in debt up to their eyeballs.

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How much does it cost to sell a house?

Holly Johnson •
The Simple Dollar

How much does it cost to sell a house? The truth is, how much you’ll pay to sell your home depends on a number of factors. For example, using a realtor to market and manage your home sale can be rather expensive — real estate agent commissions can total 5% to 6% of the sale price, all of which is generally paid

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