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Articles of the Week #6

This week’s features include articles from Sean Mullaney ‘The Tax Guy’, ‘Frogdancer Jones’, and ‘Latestarterfire’.

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5 Ways to Become a Real Estate Investor With Less Than $500

In the last decade, real estate prices strongly increased. This guest post by Janice Black shows 5 ways to profit from this development.

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Articles of the Week #5

This week’s features include articles from ‘Banker On Wheels’, ‘The Frugal Expat’, and Chris from ‘Heavymetal Money’.

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The Simplest Way to Understand Common U.S. Retirement Accounts

Nowadays, saving for your retirement is one of the most important investments to make. This guest post by Lindsey Cassell beautifully breaks down the four different types of retirement accounts.

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Statistics Report #2: August 2020

The first full month the Manage Your Money blog is over and numbers are beyond expectations.

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Articles of the Week #4

This week’s features include articles from ‘MoneySavingCentral’, ‘Financial IQ by Susie Q’ and ‘A Dime Saved’.

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Everything you need to know about options

There are several criteria to distinguish between options. In this article, you will learn everything you need to understand how options work.

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Articles of the Week #3

This week’s features include articles from ‘The-Twenty-Per-Cent’, ‘The Loaded Pig’ and ‘Dollartrak’.

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The impact of inflation on your savings (or: why you should invest)

Even small inflation rates have a strong negative impact on the real value of your savings. Over 25 years, an inflation of 2% results in a loss of 40%.

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Article of the Week #2

The second article of this week’s double feature is provided by Bobbi Olson from CentsAble Chat. She went from $60,000 in debt to debt-free and building wealth. What a great development!

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