Robo-Advisors – The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

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Robo-Advisors – The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly [Editor’s Note: Today’s article in a guest post from Kevin who runs the personal finance website Just Start Investing, where he focuses on making investing easy. Just Start Investing has been featured on Business Insider, Forbes, and US News & World Report, among other major publications for his easy-to-follow writing. Check

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8 Easy Steps To Get Your Life Together (Financially)

How to Get Your Life Together

How to Get Your Life Together (Financially) [Editor’s Note: Today’s article in a guest post from Michael Dinich who blogs over at Your Money Geek.  He’s worked in the personal finance industry since 1999, where he helped families plan for retirement, reduce taxes, eliminate unnecessary expenses, and plan their estates.] *********************************************************************** In adulting 101, we learn that success in life is

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7 Elements Of Achieving True Wealth

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Todd Tresidder over at the Financial Mentor once stated that “Freedom Isn’t Just Financial, And True Wealth Is More Than Just Money.” There’s too many docs and other high-income professionals with the illusion that building wealth involves always wanting MORE so they can get better with a different lifestyle versus everyone else. Unfortunately, if this is your view of true

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Emergency Funds – What You Should Know To Stay Out Of Trouble

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The Complete Guide on Emergency Funds and Cash Reserves [Editor’s Note: Today’s article in a guest post from Mr. SR who blogs over at Semi-Retire Plan.  He enjoys teaching others what it takes to become semi-retired early in life.] One of the few personal finance concepts that garners near-universal praise is the emergency fund. For many topics in personal finance,

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