Using a Retirement Fund Loan to Buy a New Home – I Wish I Did That

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” That is an old and witty saying – something that used to be called an “epigram.” This saying is connected to the phrase, “Murphy’s Law.” No matter what you do or how you get ahead, the one thing that may hold you back or negate your progress will appear at the most inopportune moment. I spent almost a decade renting apartments when I...

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How to Get On Track With Your Finances After College

When you finally graduate, it can feel as though a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. The problem, of course, is that you will start to feel a lot more pressure over time and the buzz of graduation won’t last long. These pressures include finding somewhere to live, finding a job to get started on your career and managing your finances and debt.

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How To Become a Part Time Real Estate Agent

Every expert, no matter their field of expertise, once spent a full day as an inexperienced beginner. In these hard times of economic and employment uncertainty, you are probably looking for a reliable side gig. Even in these uncertain times, part time real estate agent work can be a haven of opportunity. You could make good money as a part time real estate agent. How much money you make depends on...

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