Ed Slott’s Net Worth

By |September 9th, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics|

  Do you need a personal retirement advisor? We are always cautioned to be prepared for retirement. However, it’s an overwhelming and complicated process. If you are a civil servant, like a police officer or teacher for example, retirement plans and future pensions are built into the occupation. But for other occupations, many workers must plan on their own and

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Financial Literacy Benefits – This Couple Can’t Cope on $500K

By |August 25th, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics|

I love comic books. Everyone loves comic book related media, but I loved comics before it was trendy, like in 2007. Anyway, when I was a teen and in my early 20s, I worked. But I never kept a budget, never saved money, and I would waste money on indulgent purchases. Like comic books. I used to drop $50 or

Half of You Were Affected by the Equifax Breach – What You Should Do

By |August 22nd, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics, General Personal Finance, Personal Finance Tips|

  Want to ruin your day? This is the official website set up by legal settlement authorities to help you verify if your personal financial information was compromised in the infamous July 2017 Equifax hack. If you input your last name and the last 6 digits of your Social Security number you can find out if your information was compromised.

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Paying $130K to Risk Death on Mt. Everest

By |July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics, General Personal Finance, Life|Tags: |

Most people take a vacation when they just can’t take it anymore. Sometimes, vacation is a way for people to decompress emotionally from the stresses of work. The idyllic image that comes to the mind for most people when they hear the word, “vacation,” is of someone lounging on a beach with sunglasses. Still, other people see a vacation as

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People Are Stealing Beehives Because of Almond Trees

By |June 20th, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics, Life|

Did you know that honeybees die after stinging you? They can’t retract their stinger, so it basically tears itself apart and disembowels itself after stinging you. Why the pleasant factoid? I know people with side hustles, like brewing craft beers or making their own home apiaries — people who breed their own bees to develop their own brands of honey

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Sales Prices Aren’t Final – Negotiation Skills Are Important

By |June 7th, 2019|Categories: Economics / Politics, Life|

I have experienced two citywide blackouts in New York City. It puts people on edge, makes them afraid, and desperate. When they go to the local store, what happens? The tenets of conducting fair business go out of the window. Storekeepers make up prices as they go along, raising prices as much as they want, treating regular patrons, people they

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