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A Timeline for Planning Your Early Retirement

Oct 5th, 2021 • Lisa W.
Clearly, the idea of early retirement is having a moment. But whether early retirement means a headlong dash to the beach in your 30s, or simply leaving the workforce on your milestone 50th birthday, the basic problem is the same: How do you fund your lifestyle during the years after you have given up paid … more »
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How to Insure Yourself When Unemployed

May 11th, 2021 • Gayle E.
As of this writing, 36.5 million Americans are out of work or working less. One of the most important benefits of full time employment is health insurance so what happens when a job is cut, furloughed, or reduced? Often, health insurance is cut too.  If you’ve lost your insurance, here are some options to find … more »
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Determining Your Student Loan Repayment Plan After College

Mar 2nd, 2021 • Kristen A.
You did it! You finally graduated from college. No longer will you work nights and weekends for minimum wage in an attempt to not further your outstanding student loan debt. Your life, until this point, has revolved around classes, homework, and your GPA. You’ve reached the pinnacle of your education. Now, you’ve started your “real … more »
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