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7 Reasons Why the Financial Advice You’re Reading Online Is Wrong for YOU!

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

http://michaeldinich.net - The cyber gold rush today seems to be personal finance and finance blogs; everyone with access to the Internet has the solution to your financial woes. The amount of producers of financial content is staggering and can include: Journalists at news organizations Financial professionals with a blog Financial firms Banks and Credit Unions Podcasters and […]

The Top 10 Questions To Ask Your Financial Advisor

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http://michaeldinich.net - Managing investments can be difficult, which is why so many people hire a financial advisor to help aid them in the process. These experts are supposed to help you plan your investments in order for you to successfully strengthen your financial safety net. While a financial advisor’s credentials look good on paper, it’s important to […]

Buying Vs. Leasing Solar Panels For Your Home

Posted By Mdinich on Environmental

http://michaeldinich.org - In 2016, the United States hit a pretty significant milestone in renewable energy. Over 1 million households across the nation invested in solar panels for their homes! But individuals are not the only ones who see the huge benefits of solar energy. In addition to the 1 million homes that installed solar panels, businesses also […]

Your Guide To Retirement: How Much You Should Have Saved By Every Age

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http://michaeldinich.net - Saving for retirement can be overwhelming. Fretting about how much money you should have saved or how much you should be saving at a certain point in your life are two questions that can weigh heavily on anyone’s conscious. They say that every 5 years you should aim for saving the equivalent of a one […]

Home Sweet Home: Avoid These Energy-Wasting Habits

Posted By Mdinich on Environmental

http://michaeldinich.org - We all have bad habits. It’s the human condition. Some people don’t take the proper steps in caring for their health. Others carelessly drain their savings account on frivolous purchases. But what if your bad habit didn’t only affect you – it affected the environment as well? Do you actually pay attention to your energy […]

Avoid These Common Mistakes After Retiring

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http://michaeldinich.net - The process of planning for retirement can be a long, grueling process. When the day finally comes to retire, many make a few mistakes in the method of adjusting to the new life of retirement. A strong understanding of your finances in your new relaxed lifestyle is key to maintaining happiness after exiting the workforce. […]

The Different Types Of Solar Energy Technology

Posted By Mdinich on Environmental

http://michaeldinich.org - Solar energy covers all of the power that comes from the sun. Most people picture solar panels when they think about solar energy, but those are not the only tools that humans have developed to harvest that energy. There are three broad categories that cover most solar energy technologies. If you are considering investing in […]

5 Tips to Act on Now: 2018 ACA Healthcare Coverage

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http://michaeldinich.net - If you are in the market for securing Affordable Care Act health insurance for 2018, there are many things to consider and act on RIGHT NOW that can save (or cost you) thousands in premiums next year. There are several factors regarding your income (46 examples off the top of my head in fact) that […]

How Long Can You Expect Your Solar Panels To Last?

Posted By Mdinich on Environmental

http://michaeldinich.org - Nothing lasts forever. When it comes to technology, most people are used to replacing their devices every few years. This mentality makes some people wary of using solar panels – a huge investment – because they assume they will have to replace them every so often. Fortunately, solar panels are much sturdier than the average […]

Affordable Cities to Retire in

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http://michaeldinich.net - Retirement planning is an essential part of life planning. One of the most crucial, yet overlooked, considerations is where you want to be when you retire. Florida often carries the stereotype of being the retirement hub of the country but there are many cities, specifically on the east coast of the United States, that is […]