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Who will inherit your property when you die? It’s a question each of us must face, however unpleasant the associated thoughts may be. Unfortunately, many people fail to draw up a will or to update it when necessary. And many who do take the trouble to draw up a will fail to understand that o…

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Many people are facing large, often insurmountable debt obligations these days, and according to some estimates, medical bills account for half of all collections reported to credit agencies. Even with a sound long-term financial plan, you may be confronted with unexpected health problems, i…

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It is no secret that being your own boss has its advantages, but what often gets overlooked is that the self-employed have more retirement plan options than regular employees. Potential plans include solo 401(k)s, Simplified Employee Pensions (SEP IRA) and Keogh Plans, and some advantages an…

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A great many personal finance books come onto the market every year, but relatively few stand the test of time. Many become outdated; others are verbose or not clear enough for the casual investor who will only read a few books. Many readers want to know which books I consider “must-reads” t…

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