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How to Quickly Pay Off Your Student Loans

How to Quickly Pay Off Your Student Loans

Going to college is a great way to set yourself up for a successful life as you get older, but it often comes with a hefty cost. The most common way to pay for expensive schooling is with student loans. Eliminating the financial burden associated with this debt is the...

How Does A Mortgage Impact Your Debt?

How Does A Mortgage Impact Your Debt?

Savvy consumers have an understanding of their overall financial situation and their potential buying power. They generally keep track of their consumer credit report information and validate that all the details contained there are accurate. Despite a general...

The Rise of Investment Technology

The Rise of Investment Technology

Automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are already a major part of any industry that needs to process information. If you need to calculate anything, compare anything, or make decisions based on any information that can be written or recorded, AI is there. In...

The Impacts of a Stock-Market Crash

The Impacts of a Stock-Market Crash

Since history proves that the financial markets can lose 20% in a single day, investors should prepare for the worst that the stock exchanges can encounter. Your decision to invest into stocks comes with volatile risks. You can identify your risk tolerance by...

What to Know About Investing in Private Companies

What to Know About Investing in Private Companies

When the majority of a business is owned by a single entity, that business is said to be “closely held.” Privately held businesses can also have a minority subset of owners—who provide guidance and funding. What makes any business private, however, deals with how it...

Eliminating Unnecessary Payments

Eliminating Unnecessary Payments

  If you're trying to establish financial freedom for yourself or your family, an important first step is to create a source of disposable income. You can do this by reducing the amount of money you have to pay out each month on bills and debts. Many people don't...

Are You on Track for Retirement?

Are You on Track for Retirement?

Retirement is a word that people don't think about when they're younger. It's too far off. Unfortunately, many people haven't planned enough ahead for retirement. Are you on track for retirement? If not, here are a few tips to help you get back on track for...