A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing a Reverse Mortgage Lender in Hawaii

Are you 62 years or older? Have you repaid more than 50% of your mortgage? Well, if so, you qualify for another loan against your house. However, unlike other types of loans, you won’t have to pay for it while alive and living in the said home. Yes, 62 years and older, with considerable equity in the house (repaid more than half of current mortgage), then you qualify for a reverse mortgage.

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What If Budgeting Isn’t Enough to Eliminate Your Debt?

Creating some form of a workable budget is an important step toward building a financial foundation — and that goes for anyone, regardless of income or debt level. But while budgeting is a great and necessary start, it’s not always enough to eliminate substantial debt. So, you’ve crunched the numbers. You’ve tracked your spending. You’ve tightened the purse strings. And yet you’re still...

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New Financial Goals for a New Year

A new year means a new start! That’s why people love making New Year’s resolutions on January 1st. The beginning of any year can feel like an amazingly empowering time to make exciting changes in one’s life. This can apply to every area of your life, even finances. The shift into 2020 requires some new financial goals, as well as personal ones. However, it can be difficult to know where to start...

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Do You Have What it Takes to be a Master Trader

Do you think you have what it takes to be a master in financial trading? What most people don’t know is that while it is important to have a great investment strategy, 80% of becoming a master in the stock market world is your mindset. If you want to make it in the big leagues of financial trading, these are some of the traits you need to get there.

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