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Posted by Alka G. September 29, 2013

Comprehensive Tax Guide for Investors

Comprehensive Tax Guide for Investors

When tax planning season comes close, many individuals rush to tax experts to minimize their tax liabilities. Most of the times, it is observed that tax payers end up paying higher taxes than they are obliged to pay. Though lack of time to conduct proper tax planning is a reason, this can be also attributed Continue reading →

Posted by Alka G. September 22, 2013

How to Break your Bad Financial Habits

How to Break your Bad Financial Habits

Are your bad financial habits are holding you back from enjoying a debt free and financially independent life? Do you believe that you are in financial catastrophe from where it is impossible to come out? Your life is reflection of your current habits. In case, you have any bad financial habits then they may slow Continue reading →

Kinder Morgan suffers a large price drop, should you be worried?

Kinder Morgan suffers a large price drop, should you be worried?

If you are watching your Kinder Morgan partnership stock carefully (and that is the same with KMI or KMR) you may have noticed that KMP suffered a large drop recently. KMI even dropped almost 6% last week. Should you be worried and dump the stocks? No, that would be a bad move. First answer yourself Continue reading →

Posted by Alka G. September 16, 2013

How to Refinance Your Home Mortgage

How to Refinance Your Home Mortgage

In tough economic situations, it becomes extremely difficult to make payment on your home mortgage without any delays. With constantly rising interest rates, meeting your monthly mortgage installments may become tougher than what you have expected. If you find yourself in such a tough situation then it might be a time to consider refinancing. But Continue reading →

Are you in debt vicious circle and how to get out?

Are you in debt vicious circle and how to get out?

Have you experienced a situation when you received your paycheck, then paid all your regular bills and your credit card bills and your checking account was empty the very same moment? When that happens to you, you are in a serious debt issue and you need to act now. This is actually what happened to Continue reading →

Posted by Alka G. September 08, 2013

Portfolio Diversification to Manage your Investment Risk

Portfolio Diversification to Manage your Investment Risk

You must have heard the famous saying in your life – Do not put all your eggs in single basket! This fact is very true, especially when it comes to investing and diversification is a real key to successful investing. It is one of the important tools in your investment arsenal which lets you to Continue reading →

Personal Finance Tips for Young Students

Personal Finance Tips for Young Students

Unfortunately, personal finance management has not become a compulsory topic in course curriculum of college or high school yet. So most of the young adults remain almost clueless on how to manage their money when they out in the nasty financial world for the very first time. If you are a youngster and you think Continue reading →

Posted by Alka G. August 25, 2013

Effective Money Management Techniques

Effective Money Management Techniques

Have you ever thought why so many rich individuals across the world have immense credit card debt? The main reason is the lack of discipline in managing their budget and poor financial planning. Most of the people often make imprudent use of their credit cards and fail to pay bills within deadline. They fail to Continue reading →

Should you pay your mortgage off quickly?

You probably found an army of people telling you that you should use all of you spare money every month and pay more than the minimum to pay your mortgage off as quickly as possible. You probably found another army of people telling you it a bad idea. Mortgage is a good debt, right? So Continue reading →

Posted by Martin August 21, 2013

How to Build your Ideal Retirement Account

If you follow my blog for some time you may know about a few options of how to build a retirement account if you just started and have little money to invest. I tried all of those options I wrote about and all worked well. Some methods were closer to my risk tolerance or patience Continue reading →