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Investment Risk: When You Think You Know, You Don’t

KNOW THE RISKS Most of us are well aware that investing, of any kind, carries some degree of risk.  When we invest our hard-earned dollars, we do so on the basis that the risks associated with the investment, are identifiable, measurable and manageable.  It goes without saying, the risks should …

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Paying off debt or saving: A guide to break out the dilemma

Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger whom has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions by commenting below. We all have those financial insights like “You …

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Your Financial-Life Balance

THE BALANCING ACT It’s no secret that dialing into a balanced life is no easy feat. Sometimes you are completely unaware of how upside down things are until someone points it out, or an event happens that forces the issue – such as missing a family obligation, or being on …

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Net Worth Aug ’17

SUMMARY: A slight modification in my New Worth schedule that resulted in a restatement for July, for comparability purposes.  I added a “Lease Obligation” line in the liabilities section for my apartment, storage unit, and gym memberships for my wife and I.  These are expenses I am contractually bound to …

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