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The following is a guest post from Chuck Price, President and Wealth Manager for Price Financial Group Wealth Management Inc. He is the author of Investing Simplified: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You. Price has more than 40 years of financial experience and hosts a popular radio show, “Investing Simplified,” that airs on Freedom… Read Article →

Each generation gets a little smarter than the last. As to millennials (those currently age 18-35), they understand the importance of saving for retirement at a younger age than their parents or grandparents. The problem is that millennials have greater hurdles than any recent generation. The first problem is student debt. Unlike earlier generations that… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Paul Trevino and Synaptic.co.uk. Business technology is a niche that’s constantly expanding and evolving. As companies and entrepreneurs are challenged to strive harder and do more with little assistance, increasingly more businesses are welcoming tech-enabled tools that can help them understand ‘big data.’ In the recent years, mobile technology… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Benjamin Lupu, a Certified Financial Planner and founder of Kensington AMI, an asset-management firm in California. He has 36 years experience as an investment advisor, and his primary expertise is dividend and income investment and total return methodology. With the presidential election dominating the news cycles, many investors… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Rhett Ahlander, a finance writer reporter for Fusion 360, an SEO and content marketing agency. Information provided by Sanctuary Wealth Management. Making Money and Investing Wisely When it comes to making money and investing wisely, any financial advisor in Idaho and elsewhere would say that it takes a few key… Read Article →

As with mental, spiritual fitness, and physical fitness, achieving fiscal fitness pays tremendous dividends and is necessary for total well-being. The essential elements of building a solid financial foundation and reaching your desired level of fitness? Maintain a spending plan, minimize debt, establish an emergency fund, and contribute to retirement plans. Follow a Spending Plan and Limit Debt Maintaining a… Read Article →

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