What You Need To Know About Fundrise And DiversyFund

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What You Need To Know About Fundrise And DiversyFund [Editor’s Note: This post was written in partnership with DiversyFund.] If you’re a reader of personal finance blogs, you know that real estate investing is a hot topic. Bloggers plug and review companies like Fundrise, Realty Mogul, and PeerStreet. A relatively new, but highly competitive fund in this space is DiversyFund.

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9 Pros And Cons Of Refinancing Student Loans

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Pros and cons of refinancing student loans – Typically, one of the worst parts about becoming a medical professional is starting off with a huge amount of student loan debt. Here’s the latest breakdown according to NerdWallet.com: Average medical school debt: $190,694 Average dental school debt: $287,331 Average pharmacy school debt: $163,494 Average bachelor’s degree debt: $28,650 Travis at The

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9 Tips To Protect Baby Boomer Retirement Savings

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9 Tips To Protect Baby Boomer Retirement Savings [Editor’s Note: Here’s a guest post from Jason Reed at BestRxForSavings. Enjoy his information to help out boomer plus those approaching the boomer category.] The baby boomer generation is the largest in U.S. history until millennials recently surpassed them in number. As medical technology advances, this large generation is living longer and

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17 Side Hustle Ideas For Busy Medical Professionals

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Side Hustle Ideas For Busy Medical Professionals {Editor’s Note: This is a republished post by Robin at Side Jam Biz, for The Money Mix. Robin is a full-time business professional and writes about Gen X’ers dealing with the real-life struggles of money and debt. The article was originally published on The Money Mix.} So you’re thinking about trying to make

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Pay Off Debt Or Invest – What Should Doctors Do?

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[Editor’s Note: This guest post was submitted by physician financial blogger and Montana resident, David Graham, MD who blogs at FiPhysician.com. After discovering his passion for personal finance, he started a Registered Investment Advisory to promote his mission of “Financial Literacy for Physicians.” For personal enjoyment, he recently sat for and passed the CFP exam. Here’s The FI Physician’s look

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Personal Capital vs Wealthfront – Which Is Best?

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Personal Capital vs Wealthfront – Which is best? Personal Capital and Wealthfront are two of the more popular web-based investment management platforms. But choosing which to use is like anything else in the personal finance world, it all comes down to personal preference and need. Each platform caters to a different segment of the investing community. Both have pros and

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