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Dean Kirkland

Get Rich Slowly – Personal Finance That Makes Cents.

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Common sense advice on money saving tips, how to get out of debt, high interest savings accounts, cd rates, money market accounts, mortgage rates, money management and more.

Investing for the first time is a lot like taking that plunge into a new activity – you are intimidated by everything you think you don’t know and you don’t want to appear clumsy in front of others. With the plethora of online brokerages, the opportunities for first-time investors are wide open. However

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Checking accounts are notorious for just sitting there and doing nothing for you except holding onto your cash until you need to pay a bill. But there are accounts out there that do pay interest – albeit minuscule – and offer other benefits and enticements! We’ve done the research for you. Several thing

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Retirees may have different tastes in culture and recreation, but there are some basic aspects of a retirement living environment that have fairly universal appeal. Getrichslowly.org ranked the 20 best cities for retirement to help you decide where to spend your golden years, coming up with a diverse list, with choices t

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Buy Power Capital One Card Review Note: See also How to Choose a Credit Card for tips on finding the right credit card for you. Our partner site CardRatings.com also has articles to help you find the right card be it a cash back credit card or balance transfer credit card. Their Credit Card Comparison Table also allows y

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Buy Power Capital One Card Review Note: See also How to Choose a Credit Card for tips on finding the right credit card for you. Our partner site CardRatings.com also has articles to help you find the right card be it a cash back credit card or balance transfer credit card. Their Credit Card Comparison Table also allows y

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It’s a common set of questions: How much will I have in savings when I retire and am I using the right tools to get there? Let’s tackle the first one first. There are four components to this kind of retirement savings projection: 1. Investment returns While financial planners often use historical average retu

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I’ve been earning a living since the Bronze Age (circa 1973), without ever holding a day job. Over the decades I’ve had my share of money struggles, but I found my way around them and am now, at 65, in the best financial shape of my life. Here are seven lessons that helped me arrive where I am today. 1. Take

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In 2005, my husband and I bought an old house in the center of Guanajuato, Mexico. I wrote a post about it for Get Rich Slowly at the time. The benefits — some of which we didn’t foresee when we bought the house — are many: having a stable investment during economic uncertainty in the U.S, especially th

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Side jobs are always a popular topic on Get Rich Slowly. Whether your goal is to boost savings, supplement retirement income or pay down debt faster, you are not alone in choosing to work nights, weekends or in-between other demands. This can mean Uber driving, dog walking, freelance writing, even assembling IKEA furni

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Rising interest rates can mean many things for the U.S. economy, but one thing is always certain when it comes to homeowners: when rates go up, refinancing goes down. With the Federal Open Markets Committee — the 12-member group that helps decide monetary policy as part of the Federal Reserve — set to meet o

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There is no shortage of retirement saving advice out there, but do you find it’s hard to find advice relevant to your situation when you need it? If so, this guide should help. Here are a couple of basic ground rules to this guide: This is not financial advice for the rich and famous. As much as financial professio

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Most people hate to pay taxes. That’s not hard to understand. What is baffling is the length people will go to avoid taxes – sometimes, the cost of avoiding taxes exceeds the taxes themselves. The reason this happens is that for some people, all they have to hear is that a scheme will help them avoid taxes, a

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Thirty-year fixed mortgage rates have dropped from above 6 percent to below 4 percent. This has touched off an unprecedented refinancing opportunity for homeowners. However, unless they learn to take a broader view of refinancing, those homeowners may be missing out on the biggest money-saving opportunities. By now, home

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Small business owners have unique needs when it comes to their checking accounts. Here is a simple guide to understanding what features you need when it comes to small business checking accounts and exactly what you don’t. Getting started The first step is to think about what you will need the account for. Paying

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You’ve got the crib. The baby monitor. The stroller. The highest-rated-for-safety car seat. You’ve thought of everything for that newest member of your family. Or have you? What about your baby’s financial future? Related >> Household Budgets for Beginners: Simple Tips for Success What kind of

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According to a recent consumer survey, most Americans have very little — if anything at all — saved for retirement. Fifty-six percent of Americans have less than $10,000 earmarked for retirement, which is not even enough to cover a year of day-to-day living expenses for most people. This is echoed by a survey

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In the old days you had to wait to get that monthly statement from your financial institution to see how much money you had coming in, and how much money turned around and went out. Today all that information is on-demand and contained within your smartphone — but which apps are best to manage all that data? In t

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A Spousal Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is a special type of IRA that is designed to benefit a non-working spouse and allows a married couple to each have an IRA to help fund their retirement. Internal Revenue Service rules require that you earn taxable compensation from work in order to have an IRA. The IRS define

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We all know we should make and stick to a household budget if we want to be able to sock away savings each month—and end up financially comfortable. But building a household budget as a beginner can be daunting. Only one in three Americans takes the time to create a monthly budget, a recent Gallup poll showed. (I don

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A lot of things change as you start to rise up the income ladder. Most of them are good – the old junker is replaced with a comfortable new car, the apartment becomes a house, you order steak instead of a hamburger. At the same time, managing your money becomes more complicated. Savings strategies for high-net wort

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Living paycheck to paycheck is never easy, but it doesn’t have to mean you can’t save for the future. Everyone needs a savings nest egg or emergency fund. The solution is to get prepared now, no matter what it takes. (And know that you aren’t alone! One study by the Federal Reserve found that most Ameri

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There are investors and there are savers. If you fall into the category of the former, you have a greater tolerance for risk. If you are a saver, your main financial concern is to protect your principal, which leads many to certificates of deposit. But how to find the best CD terms? Let’s start at the beginning. Th

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Many people have heard of CDs — certificates of deposit. But not many will say the same for market linked CDs, also known as equity CDs or market or indexed CDs. Though they’ve been around since the 1980s, renewed interest in market-linked CDs is a product of our current interest rate environment. Interest ra

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Technology has given consumers unprecedented access to shopping opportunities — you can shop, literally, morning, noon and night. From your phone or tablet. Debit, credit, store cards, gift cards…the list is endless. There probably has never been a tougher time to resist the temptation to overspend. A few imp

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Savvy savers open Individual Retirement Accounts for themselves to ensure that their golden years will be enjoyable and not fraught with financial worry. But what if you die before you reach retirement? What happens to your IRA? What to do if you inherit an IRA? First things first: When you open your IRA account, you wil

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A little known tax credit can help you save for retirement, even if you feel you don’t have the money to do so. The formal name is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit. Most people, however, know it simply as the Saver’s Credit, a two-timing savings strategy that reduces taxes and increases retirement.

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Sometimes you need extra income in order to meet unexpected expenses or to save for a major purchase or goal. With the rise of the sharing economy it is easier than ever to latch onto short-term gigs, especially if you have a strong Internet connection and some idle time. If this sounds like something you’ve done o

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Experience is a great teacher for investors, but it can also be a very expensive way to learn. Rather than learning by trial and error, reading up on basic investment topics is a more cost-effective way to start, because it allows you to benefit from the experience of others. The following are six of the best investing b

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“Got any investment tips?” It’s a common question, but there is no one answer to it. The right investment decision depends on the circumstances, and circumstances change over time. For example, the right way to invest can vary depending on how much money you have available. To look at how the size of th

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As far as money apps go, BillTracker is less about budgeting and more about reminding. So for anyone who’s ever been hit with a late fee for being a day or two late, the app is a valuable tool to help you stay current on all your bills, which ultimately may improve your credit. Here’s our review: What I Like

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