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I have to write 8-10 page paper on financial planning.?

I was wondering what the easiest topic would be to write this paper on? Retirement planning, buying a house, or even financial planning in general? 1 page introduction. 2 pages planning for college. 2 pages planning for children/marriage/children. 2 pages planning for retirement. 2 pages planning for funeral, will, etc. 1 page conclusion.

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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 & Investment Tips : Money Market Account Liquidity

Money market accounts can be liquidated, but make sure there is a secure financial plan before transferring funds. Find out more about money mark account liquidity with tips from a registered financial consultant in this free video on financial planning. Expert: Patrick Munro Contact: www.northstarnavigator.com Bio: Patrick Munro is a registered financial consultant (RFC) with…

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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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Financial Projections? Any advice how to write them from scratch?

I’m writing a business plan, and part of it, of course, are the financials. Specifically, I’m looking to find out where I can find financial ratios, web traffic forecasts, and other industry standards for blogging ‘companies’ or other e-commerce sites that deal almost exclusively with the free information arena, like, uh, blogs. I mean how…

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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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Financial Planning : About the Duties of a Financial Planner

The primary duty of a financial planner is to look at the assets of their clients in order to act in the clients’ best interests. Find out how a financial planner can help a person achieve their goals with help from a portfolio manager in this free video on financial planning. Expert: Gregory Bramwell-Smith Bio:…

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