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The goal of saving for retirement means just what it says: you're saving the money that you'll need to live on once you retire. Many people save their money through their employers' 401(k) program. Because that money is supposed to be used later in your life, which is typically when people retire, there is a 10% penalty imposed on you if you withdraw it prior to age 59 1/2. However,
According to a 2019 report on college trends by CollegeBoard, the average annual tuition cost in 2019-2020 for public in-state universities was $10,440. And the average tuition for private universities was a whopping $36,880 per year. So in order to get a four-year degree, your total cost of education will land somewhere between $41,000 to $147,000. But what if you could earn some of your necessary college credits before you
When the bill for your phone starts to creep up as they often do, knowing how to lower your cell phone bill is a critical part of sticking to your budget. The good news is that it’s possible to save money both on your cell phone and on your cell phone bill without giving up much, if any, of the value you receive from your cell phone service. Table Of
Whether you're new on the journey to Financial Independence or you've been traveling the path for years, you likely know that one of the staples of FI is establishing a side hustle. A good one brings in extra income that you can save in order to reach your money goals earlier. It can also bulk up your emergency fund. A blog is one of the more promising money-making side hustles
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