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Personal Finance Advice: 5 Tips Print E-mail
(21 votes, average 3.95 out of 5)
Personal Finance - Education
Written by Omie Ismail   

If you want to move ahead financially and stay ahead for life, there are a few major financial decisions that you need to nail down. The sooner you get them right, the more likely they will make a huge difference in your life style.   Here are 5 personal finance tips that you can follow that will give you a leg up for the rest of your life:

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 January 2012 13:35
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8 Life Landmines That Will Blow Up Your Financial Plans Print E-mail
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Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   

You’re the picture perfect example of a financially responsible person. You live below your means, max financial_landmineout your retirement accounts, have a nice emergency fund and even some investments. You’ve got life by the reigns and every month your net worth goes up and your debt goes down. Your living the American dream. Before you get too content with your progress, know that these 8 big "landmines” can ruin the best laid financial plans. This article will help you understand, plan for and hopefully avoid each of them.

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Today's Best of the Web Print E-mail
Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 18 October 2010 03:26

Here's today's best articles on the web:

  • The 0% Interest Rate Credit Card Offers are Back
  • 3 Ways to Save More on Big Ticket Purchases
  • Long Term Care Policy Premiums Skyrocket
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Your Emergency Fund: How Much is Enough? Print E-mail
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Personal Finance - Education
Written by Omie Ismail   

We had some comments about the inadequacy of a $1,000 emergency fund in yesterday's guest post.  Today, we go back to an old article where we give our view on how much is enough.  Suffice to say, it's more than $1,000.

You can almost count on it; when you can least afford it, something unexpected throws you for a loop. Unplanned medical expenses, ambulancea wrecked car, job loss, or a burglary can blow away even the best planned budget. With an adequate rainy day fund, you’ll have the resources to ride out the storm. But, what is the minimum amount of cash that you need to ensure you can bridge the financial gap?

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Today's Best of the Web Print E-mail
Personal Finance - Education
Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 27 September 2010 03:26

Here's today's best articles on the web:

  • The 10 Most Stolen Cars
  • 4 Costly Retirement Planning Mistakes
  • What to Spend Money on Now
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