Category: Investing

A Military Officer Shares His Five Step Process to Achieving Financial Success 0

A Military Officer Shares His Five Step Process to Achieving Financial Success

This post, “A Current Military Officer Shares His Five Step Process to Achieving Financial Success,” was contributed by Nolan Martin, a military officer and graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY....

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Caught in the Middle: 5 Tips to Help Your Parents and Kids Financially Without Going Broke 0

Caught in the Middle: 5 Tips to Help Your Parents and Kids Financially Without Going Broke

The demographics of the United States are fast changing, and so is the financial landscape. As a result, you may have no choice but to help your parents and kids financially. You may feel...

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Coverdell ESAs and 529 Plans: Choosing the Best College Savings Option for Your Child 1

Coverdell ESAs and 529 Plans: Choosing the Best College Savings Option for Your Child

A few weeks ago, a FinanceSuperhero reader, Daniel, wrote in with a question about the best college savings option available for his young daughter. I’m grateful to Jeff Proctor, co-founder of VTXCapital and BreakingTheOnePercent,...

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Gold Investing: At Best, a Hedge – At Worst, Completely Silly 4

Gold Investing: At Best, a Hedge – At Worst, Completely Silly

This post on gold investing is from Chelsea, the founder of Mama Fish Saves. It provides an in-depth look at the realities of investing in gold. Gold investing was always a topic of heated...

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Helium Investments – Professional Advice, Low Investment Fees 0

Helium Investments – Professional Advice, Low Investment Fees

Basic economics show that when you and I buy anything, we are paying for more than just the product or service. This is true of cars, groceries, landscaping services, and of course, investment services....

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How to Improve Your Relationship with Money 2

How to Improve Your Relationship with Money

One of the keys to financial health is maintaining a purposeful and conscious relationship with money. It involves having reasonable debt (if any), spending money based on your values, having a safety net such...

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How to Overcome Your Fear of Investing and Build Your Dream Retirement 0

How to Overcome Your Fear of Investing and Build Your Dream Retirement

I’m going to hit you with the cold, hard truth: You’re probably not investing enough money to be able to afford the future of your dreams, and your fear of investing is to blame. Don’t believe...

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The Easy Way to Become Rich 5

The Easy Way to Become Rich

My uncle loves to tell the story of his friend from church. This man was unassuming – he worked a blue-collar job as a machinist in town and remained with that company throughout his entire...

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Make the Most of Your Tax Refund in 2017 2

Make the Most of Your Tax Refund in 2017

Tax refund. Next to the words “pay day” and “debt free,” these are my two favorite finance-related words. Whether my annual tax refund is a modest sum or a mid-size windfall, I am always...

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Investing is a Marathon – A Personal Training Guide to Win 9

Investing is a Marathon – A Personal Training Guide to Win

Investing is a marathon, not a sprint. Aesop’s parable of the tortoise and the hare is a timeless, yet somewhat ambiguous tale. It chronicles a race between the slow-and-steady tortoise and the overconfident-and-lazy hare. The...

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