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3 Insurance Coverages Rental Property Owners Need

3 Insurance Coverages Rental Property Owners Need Owning rental property is a great way to create passive income.  One thing many investors frequently take for granted is what type and how much insurance coverage they need to adequately protect their…

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The Booming Trend of Online Trading: A Guide For Beginners

The Booming Trend of Online Trading: A Guide For Beginners   Online trading is booming, and the investors are continually embracing the latest technology which allows the investors to trade shares quickly and easily as well as managing their portfolio…

disappearing middle class

Is the American Middle Class Disappearing?

Is the American Middle Class Disappearing?   While the US Economy has improved after the recession that is not the whole picture. There are several worrying signs that are a genuine cause for concern. The economy needs a strong working…

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5 Simple Ways to Maximize Profit on Your Rental Property

5 Simple Ways to Maximize Profit on Your Rental Property The UK rental market (buy-to-let market) has, and continues to be, a popular environment for shrewd investors in search of steady, long-term and regular returns on the their outlay. With…


Retire Rich! Contribute to Your 401k

You work hard year in and out to satisfy customers and grow your own business! You save money for your clients, but do you save money for yourself? There will be a time when you will have to stop working…

What Every Forex Trader Needs to Understand About Pip Values

Every activity has its own language, and forex is no different. In forex, “pips” are largely how you measure success in trading. Many traders start out by learning some basic trading concepts, a trading formula, get all worked up over finding a good broker, and fuss over fundamentals. And, while all these are part of learning about how to trade forex, they all take a backseat to pips.

New Costs in the Modern World: The Tech That’s Worth Your Cents

There is no question that the world today looks vastly different than it did just a few hundred years ago. Living in the Age of Technology certainly has its benefits and makes live easier in so many ways. There are however, some ways in which technological advances make life a little too easy and allows people to become insensitive, sluggish, dimwitted, and downright lazy sometimes. Remote controls and Swiss army knives are definitely examples of tech that’s worth your cents but some new costs in the modern world are simply unnecessary. Does the human race really need a portable chin rest or a motorized ice cream cone? At least there are some useful forms of technology that created advancements that most people would agree would be very difficult to live without.

Life Logic: Opening a 401k

A 401K can be an excellent asset for your future and your current lifestyle. A 401K plan is a retirement plan that a great deal of employers offer their employees. The plan will allow you to have a percentage of your paycheck deducted and put into your retirement savings plan. The funds will be deducted before taxes, which gives you a break on your weekly or biweekly taxes. Furthermore, your employer will add money to the fund each time you place money in it. Your employer should tell you how much of a percentage it would add to your plan during the enrollment period. Most employers provide approximately 3 to 6 percent. Therefore, if you put $100 into the plan per week, then your employer may provide you with up to $6 toward your retirement. A 401k plan is an excellent way to build for your future and your children’s future.

The Changing Value of the American Dollar: How It Affects You

Most of us have become all too familiar having to pay much more at the grocery stores recently. Food prices rose in 2014 at the quickest pace in over two years, especially in regard to such items as meat, poultry, fish and eggs. The value of the dollar today is considerably less than it was in the past. The value of the dollar today can be compared to what it bought in the U.S. in the past. When the dollar shrinks in value, it seems that prices are climbing, because the dollar buys less.