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How are you budgeting with prices going up and up?

Sometime I have a hard time budgeting and wanted to what you do to have a little extra money saved back. 1. I say clip coupons all the time and buy sale items. I once helped my family turn a $200 grocery bill into a $80 bill for scan and clipping coupons. trust me it…

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Financial Planning for Retirement by Insured Investments Advisors Group, Inc.

http://iiagroup.biz Choosing the right investment advisor. Host Tami Simpson, president and founder of Insured Investments Advisors Group delivers sound investment advice for retirees. Trying to decide if annuities, 401K, IRA, the Stock Market, Mutual Funds, Real Estate or other investment plan or strategy is right for you is what an expert retirement financial planner will…

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Investing: Level-Headed or Lazy?

Passive investment management may be the Rodney Dangerfield of financial strategies—it gets no respect. Active investment strategies have had the spotlight so long, some investors may be surprised to find there is an alternative to stock picking, market timing and other faster-paced, more glamorous methods. Active investment management uses research, investigation and analysis to select…

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The Hidden Sting of COBRA In Texas Health Insurance

If you lose your job anywhere in the US, including Texas, one of the many questions you’ll have is: “Will I lose my health coverage, too?” If you’re an employee at a company that has 20 or more employees, and you leave your group plan for reasons other than gross negligence, you’ll be offered COBRA…

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Five Uses for Survivorship Life Insurance

Survivorship life insurance is a life insurance policy that insures two people and pays at the second death. Also referred to as second-to-die life insurance, common abbreviations are SWL for survivor whole life and SUL for survivor universal life. Advantages Since the insurance company does not have to pay until the second person dies, the…

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Is there a program out there to help with budgeting?

I already have done a personal budget in Excel – but are there any budget programs out there where I can type in mine and my husband’s pay dates and amounts of pay, and then have the program calculate what can be paid out of each check that leaves me with some money left over?…

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Personal Loans for Bad Debt Management as Well as Other Purposes

Debts are so easily available these days that it has been a usual practice to go for a debt whenever extra cash is required. Eventually all these take a very bad shape. Situation may even worsen to an extent that we cannot handle it.  Now these excessive debts even hamper our credit worthiness. Any new…

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Best retirement plan for 30 year old?

I’m almost 30 and I have not yet started planning financially for retirement. In the next month, I’ll be eligible through work to start a retirement plan, but I have NO idea what I’m doing or the difference between the options. I make around 80K, have a 10k/yr child support obligation. Any suggestions? Here is…

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What should i put in my resume about budgeting?

I am applying for this job and the only budgeting experience i have is sorting income from expense and mainting a certain budget on what products to purchase under a given amount of money. Is there a term for these two specific things i do that i can put in my resume instead of rambling…

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