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Going broke is heartbreaking. Everything you’ve worked for evaporates in front of your eyes. You feel as if you wasted all those years. But when you do lose money, you have two choices.  (1) You can restart your failed strategy that failed before. (2) You can learn from your failures and grow your wealth sustainably. […] Read more

Many people are taught that they should never take on debt. You get money in the short term, but you have to pay back more than you borrowed because you’re paying interest. It might sound like interest is just another unnecessary expense. And you shouldn’t pay interest for years just to watch football on a […] Read more

What role do you want the government to have with your money? Conventional long-term financial planning advice is this: Max out your Roth IRA and 401k, get it matched by your employer and you’re on track for a happy, wealthy retirement. And while many people have used that strategy for their retirement funds, it’s not […] Read more

2020 was a crazy year. We saw a lot of uncertainty, a stock market roller coaster, and many financial disasters. We all hope 2021 will be better – both for our social lives and our finances. Many people have set lofty goals like paying off their mortgage early, finally investing to grow their wealth, or […] Read more

The stock market can be a scary place for your money (especially for the money you plan to retire on). And you don’t have to put your savings into stocks. But are the alternatives any better? Robert Kiyosaki is one of the few financial “gurus” who doesn’t advise you to park your life savings in […] Read more

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Dave Ramsey is America’s go-to finance guru. Millions listen to him to escape debt, build wealth and create an independent lifestyle.  But while some of his ideas are great, other parts of his advice can decrease your wealth and make you more dependent on others. You shouldn’t blindly follow advice because many others do so. […] Read more

Like any personal finance vehicle, whole life insurance is hotly debated: Some people love it, others can’t stand it. Comment on YouTube But neither die-hard fans nor red-faced haters will help you make a sensible decision. And when you don’t make decisions, the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle continues. In this episode, you’ll find out when whole life […] Read more

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Might you have more financial options than you’re being told? Meghann Woo, MBA shares how she discovered and embraced her options. Comment on YouTube Society dictates a plan for life: We’re expected to go to college, graduate, get a job at a corporation and spend the rest of our lives paying off the debts we […] Read more

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When you’re in a financial pinch, it’s easy to think making more money fixes everything. But even rich people often live paycheck to paycheck because of their spending habits. If you want a smart, stable financial future, you don’t have to double your income. Whether you’re making $40,000 a year or $400,000 a year, you […] Read more

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How does your financial destiny compare? It’s easy to get jealous on social media because it seems like everybody is sipping Mai Tai’s on the beach, financially independent and nobody cares that guac costs extra. Meanwhile, you’re saving your money, planning for emergencies and controlling your spending. But what if you’re actually better off? Most […] Read more

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