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7 Reasons Why Z Nation Should (NOT?) Be The Next Show You Watch

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://yourmoneygeek.com - Friend of the blog Brian Z has come out of hiding after his embarrassing Walker Stalker Con incident to share with us 7 reasons why you should reconsider Z Nation. 7 Reasons Why Z Nation Should (NOT?) Be The Next Show You Watch   6) Z Nation has Zombies? What the heck are Zombies? In […]The post 7 Reasons Why Z Nation Should (NOT?) Be The Next Show You Watch appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

How Americans Can Overcome our Retirement Crisis

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://www.nextgen-wealth.com - Check out my guest post at My Own Advisor on How Americans Can Overcome our Retirement Crisis. It's an awesome article, but I might be a little biased. Definitely take a look if you get a chance. Check it out here!  VIEW FULL ARTICLE

Blogger U Review: Beware The Bloggers Pitching The Path To Prosperity And Traffic

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://yourmoneygeek.com - You won’t find any affiliate links in this review. Really, it is less of a review and more of warning and sage advice. Blogger U Review: Beware the Bloggers Pitching the Path to Prosperity and Traffic.   It shouldn’t be a huge surprise that I enjoy blogging. If I didn’t enjoy blogging, this site obviously […]The post Blogger U Review: Beware The Bloggers Pitching The Path To Prosperity And Traffic appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

6 Ways to Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check

Posted By realmoneyrobert on Finance

https://realmoneyrobert.com - The Holiday season is fast approaching…  Well, actually it’s already here!  Now that Thanksgiving has passed, our full attention is turned toward the holidays.  In fact, my family just spent all weekend getting our Christmas trees and decorating the house!  But my favorite part about this time of year is shopping for others and giving gifts that they’ll love!  However, […]
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What Should I Do If My Investments Are Losing Money?

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://www.nextgen-wealth.com - When the stock market takes a sudden turn downward, it can be easy to get worried about your investments. Market turmoil can cause even seasoned investors to take pause. Watching the value of your investments go down can certainly be disheartening.In fact, a 2018 study found that Americans are more stressed by money issues than by personal relationships or work. Stock market volatility is nothing new so finding the best way to cope with the swings will help give you peace of mind. Getting your finances in order will help you weather the inevitable ups and downs of your investment portfolio.

Comprehensive Financial Planning – Not Just for the Rich and Famous

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://www.nextgen-wealth.com - Check out our featured page and interview on Kiplinger! It was a blast doing it and I thought it came out great. Stay tuned as we'll have an accompanying video that goes along with the piece as well. We should have it up and ready next week. Share your thoughts and let me know what you think! VIEW FULL ARTICLE

What is an IRA?

Posted By thefinancetwins on Finance

https://thefinancetwins.com - If you’re like us, retirement seems like an impossible milestone that only some people are lucky enough to reach (like your manager’s boss). Which means that you may not even know the answer to ‘what is an IRA?’. An IRA is a retirement savings and investment account with tax benefits. We will tell you everything […]The post What is an IRA? appeared first on The Finance Twins.

(Video) NextGen Wealth - Not Just For the Rich and Famous

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://www.nextgen-wealth.com - Are you thinking about working with a financial planner but just aren't sure if it's a good fit? Check out this video where we cover all the value we provide for our client's and distinguish how we're different (in a good way) from other wealth management firms. We think you'll agree. Contact us if you any questions and don't forget to take advantage of our free check-up of your financial health.

How not to go into debt for the holidays

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://www.nextgen-wealth.com - According to the American Research Group Inc., the average American intends to spend $992 this holiday season. For some, this could end up breaking the bank if they’re not careful. With all of the pressure to spend during the holidays, it’s easy to go into debt. If you want to avoid debt this season, here are a few tips to survive the holidays debt-free.Make a budgetReview your monthly budget and determine what you can truly afford this season. Don’t stretch yourself too thin and allow some wiggle room for unexpected expenses.