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Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes You Are Your Greatest Asset – You are your greatest asset. The money you are able to earn is what drives your wealth.
SBB @ Simple Budget Blog writes Life Insurance For Seniors | Am I Too Old To Obtain Life Insurance? – Life insurance for seniors is available, and in more types than ever before. You can definitely purchase life insurance as a senior. You just need to understand some basics about the life insurance industry first. You need to know what makes life insurance companies tick.
IMB @ Investing Money writes Creating Wealth with DRIPs – No investment program is without risk. However, there is one – DRIP – that will help you through the bad times and celebrate when the market rallies.
JP @ My Family Finances writes Maximizing Your Family Savings – With saving becoming harder than ever, it is incredibly important that we all maximize the savings that we have, securing the future of our families.
Danielle @ Saving Without a Budget writes Tips on How to Make and Save Extra Money – Every person always toys with the idea of making extra cash and becoming an overnight success.
Aaron @ Aaron Hung writes It’s Never Too Early: Financial Habits To Build in Your Twenties – Too many students are thrown into college with no understanding of how the real world works and are left to figure it out on their own.
Charles @ Getting A Rich Life writes Find Your Financial Freedom Inspiration – Those who are inspired are more likely to stick with their path towards financial independence.
Gretchen @ Retired by 40! writes **UPDATED: How Much Money to Retire by 40? – Nearly a year later, I revisit how much money it takes to Retire by 40 – and it’s less than you think!
Robin Storey @ Storey Lines writes Happy Birthday Junior Baby Boomers – It’s a milestone year – the youngest baby boomers turn 50!
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes How we became mortgage free in 5 years – Becoming mortgage free is not an easy task so I won’t make it out to be something that it’s not. In fact many things have led to us becoming mortgage free in 5 years which I want to discuss with you today since many of you have emailed me.
Mario @ Debt BLAG writes ‘What do I do with all this money’ -Peter, a reader case study, the high earner with debt – Today, I profile and offer advice to a reader named Peter who has a high income, but loads of student loans