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Why Failing to Budget Leads to a Debt Burden on Your Personal Finances - Savology

Why Failing to Budget Leads to a Debt Burden

There is a quote by Craig D. Lounsbrough, who once said, “Comfort is a stance of avoidance rather than the pursuit of excellence.” According to the latest figures by Debt.org, consumer debt

Retirement Planning - Personal Savings Rate - Savology

Retirement Planning: Savings Rate (Part 2 of 5)

This is part two of a five-part series on Retirement Planning. Part 1: Years to RetirementPart 2: Savings RatePart 3: InflationPart 4: Social SecurityPart 5: Large Asset Ownership I vividly remember a

5 of the best places to spend your retirement years - Savology

The 5 Best Places to Spend Your Retirement

Many Americans dream of spending a few, if not most, of their retirement years in places other than where they’ve lived or worked throughout most of their lives. That is especially the

4 simple retirement questions most people cannot answer - Savology

4 Retirement Questions Most People Can’t Answer

Answering retirement questions and planning for your retirement can seem complicated, time-consuming, and overwhelming.  Traditionally, most Americans have had two options: paying around $2,000 to get a financial plan from a fee-for-service

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