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5 Top Prenuptial Agreement Benefits

  • August 10, 2022

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If you’re getting married soon, then a prenup may be something you might want to look at. While once seen as something more insulting, it’s slowly becoming the norm, especially for millennials and Gen Z who are getting married.

So, what is a prenup? A prenuptial agreement is a contract that outlines the rules and conditions of a marriage before it takes place. Prenuptial agreements are becoming increasingly popular, with more than half of all marriages now involving one.

There are many benefits to consider when entering into one, such as ensuring that you have financial security and protecting your assets in case of divorce. This can also be a way to make a divorce less sour as there will be agreements already put into place that both parties must agree on. While there is a lot to think about before getting married, here are some additional things you just may want to keep in mind that is beneficial.

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6 Things You Have To Do As An Adult

  • August 8, 2022

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There's no getting around it: death is a part of life. And while it's not something people like to think about, there are some things you should do before you die, both for your own peace of mind and for the sake of your loved ones. 

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5 Ways to Prepare for an Economic Recession

  • August 8, 2022

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It’s terrifying to think about, everyone just got through the COVID pandemic (which is still technically among us), but yet, the news states that economists are predicting an economic recession in the first half of 2023. While it’s hard to say if this will actually happen or not, it never hurts to try and stay prepared. It really doesn’t take much for the economy to become a major disaster. So, with that said, here are some ways that you can prepare and keep yourself safe in the case of an economic recession.

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Tips For Keeping Your Money Safe At All Times

  • July 8, 2022

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The digital world can be an absolute menace when it comes to spending and saving money. Adverts everywhere you look, interest rates at an all time low, and then there’s a scammer or two trying to make a quick buck. How are you supposed to keep your bank account and everything in it safe, especially if you’re saving up for something? Well we’re here to tell you it’s possible, as long as you stay vigilant and examine your money habits inside and out. Check out the tips below if you’re worried about your money keeping ability right now. 

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Wealth Management: What You Need To Know

  • July 6, 2022

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People spend their whole lives earning money and investing it to make good returns. Experts suggest that as you age, you should start managing your wealth and planning for the future to ensure that your wealth gives you benefits even when you stop earning.

Today, we're discussing the tops financial tips for 2022 as they relate to wealth management.

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The Financial Aspects Of Starting A Family

  • July 5, 2022

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Starting a family is incredibly expensive. What seems like one of the most natural things in the world to want and do can cost you around $200,000, all things considered. And that’ll take some saving up for! So when you decide with your partner that now’s the right time to expand the family, it’s best to sit down together and work out the financial logistics. 

What’s it going to cost to add another member to your household? You’ll need a budget, at the very least, but you’ll also need a few more things on side to help out. Check them out below. 

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11 Tips To Save Money On Gas This Summer

  • June 16, 2022

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Nothing beats the joy of summer drive, but a successful summer driving season requires some planning and budgeting of your finances. With gasoline prices showing no signs of slowing down, your summer driving season is set to get expensive. 

The national average price of gasoline is at a new high of $4.955 per gallon, as of June 8, with more than 50 states reporting gas prices of more than $4 per gallon, according to AAA

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Simple Steps To Improve Financial Readiness For Retirement

  • June 11, 2022

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Retirement may seem like it’s a long way off if you’re in your 30s, 40s or even your 50s, but time flies. Days turn into weeks and months turn into years and before we know it, retirement is looming. It’s beneficial for everyone to think about the future and have plans in place. Whether you’re just starting out on your journey to retirement planning, or you’re looking for ways to boost your income as you near the end of your career, here are some simple steps to improve your financial readiness. 

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Financial Advice for Recent College Graduates 

  • May 24, 2022

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College graduation season is upon us. This is the time to celebrate all of our recent college graduate’s accomplishments and welcome them into the next phase of their lives. Whether that be continued education, travel or the working world, our college graduates will face new triumphs and challenges as they grow and evolve into full-fledged adults. Here are some financial tips and tricks we’ve accumulated over the years to help graduates succeed. 

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When a Debit Card Makes Sense for a Teenager

  • May 20, 2022

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One of the primary goals of parenting is to teach children how to be smart with their money. While many parents do this by focusing on budgets and allowances, another important topic is how to avoid going into excessive debt. This discussion often revolves around the subject of credit cards and when to use these types of cards, if ever, as opposed to debit cards.

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