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Ways to Save

Ways to Save

A huge part of anyone's financial journey should be saving money. It's recommended that everyone should have three to six months worth of expenses saved as an emergency fund.  This is in case of events like accidents or unemployment, so that you can continue to pay...

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Financial Planning Basics

Financial Planning Basics

Financial Planning can get complex and feel overwhelming, especially if you’re just starting on your financial literacy journey. There are a few basic tenants that you'll need to understand when creating your first financial plan. Don’t let it intimidate you, there is...

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Audit Your Retirement Plan

Audit Your Retirement Plan

It’s always a good idea to check in on the status of any plans or goals you may be working towards, and your retirement plan is certainly no exception. When you’re younger and retirement  feels far off, you could get away with infrequent checks, but as you approach...

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Is the 70% Rule a Myth or Reality?

Is the 70% Rule a Myth or Reality?

Preparing for retirement can be overwhelming. There are lots of things to think about and plan for, the largest usually being money. The general rule of thumb is that you’ll need at least 70% of your pre-retirement income saved. 70% can seem daunting or achievable to...

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