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Posted by Mark Pokorny October 10, 2017

Is a College Education Worth the Required Investment?

Is a College Education Worth the Required Investment?

With the constantly rising costs of tuition each and every year, students are graduating from college with large amounts of debt to go with their diplomas. There are many critics that claim that graduating with this debt is not worth the educational achievements, stating that attending college delays starting a career. This prohibits students from Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny October 09, 2017

Investing 101: Simple Tips to Start Investing Your Money

Investing 101: Simple Tips to Start Investing Your Money

The world of investing can seem pretty complicated to an outsider. If you’re curious about investing, don’t be daunted by the myriad of terms. The basics are actually pretty easy to learn, and you can pick up more as you go. Capital markets are accessible to individual investors too, so you can invest almost anywhere. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny October 02, 2017

How to Protect Your Assets without Breaking the Bank

Avoiding debt is the primary and most efficient technique for protecting your family assets. To achieve this, you have to design a comprehensive asset protection plan for your family. This involves purchasing insurance and actively managing your family finances to avoid exposure and help you pay off debts. While there are many options to managing Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Pokorny September 20, 2017

NEVER Cash Out Retirement! (Unless…)

NEVER Cash Out Retirement! (Unless...)

If you must deal with burdensome debt or a financial crisis, a reserve of ready cash may seem like the perfect solution. In fact, financial experts suggest that you set aside three to three-to-six month’s income as an emergency fund, or you may be tempted to tap your retirement account for cash to cover an Continue reading →

Posted by Deborah Jin August 21, 2017

Before you Discard Your Credit Cards, Make Sure You can Do this 4 Things

It is no longer news that credit cards now have a bad name in the personal finance industry. Many personal finance coaches teach people to close out their credit cards because credit cards are synonymous with the vicious cycle of debt. Of a truth, some credit card companies could charge stifling interest rates topped off Continue reading →

Posted by Guest May 09, 2017

Not Ready For Retirement? Use These Tips To Save For Your Future

Too many people have found themselves in a position where they think that they simply do not have enough money to properly plan for their retirement. Sure, some people have more money than others. If you fall into the category of people who are not confident in their ability to save or invest money for Continue reading →

Posted by Jenna March 06, 2016

Confessing My Money Mistakes

When Martin asked me to guest blog for the site, I had no idea what to write about. Having read quite a few personal finance blogs of his and on other sites, I said ‘I don’t have anything to say!’. What I failed to recognize at the time was that I do have something to Continue reading →