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Investors who set concrete goals for milestones they want to achieve, whether it’s buying a boat or putting a child through college, may have more success.
Retirement planners: Now is the time to look at year-end strategies and adopt habits in the new year to get you a few steps closer to your goals.
Just got your first “real” job? Set two financial priorities: build an emergency fund pronto, and then start to line that retirement nest egg right away.
Reducing debt is especially important for workers who are nearing retirement. Experts say: give credit cards priority.
Be smart (and have fun) with your inheritance. Wipe out debt, plump up your IRA, and make new investments to honor and grow this gift.
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