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How Not To Screw Up Retirement Once You're There

You’ve put in your time in the working world and saved up a healthy nest egg so that you can enjoy your golden years in retirement. But even if you’ve done everything right up until now, there are ways you can unwittingly derail your retirement once you’re there. BY Gabrielle Olya for GoBankingRates with contribution from Luis F. Rosa, CFP® EA

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How to Best Pursue Your Goals in 2019 If You Didn't Quite Hit Your 2018 Goals

If you didn’t meet your financial goals in 2018, don’t worry. It’s time to press the reset button, get your mind back in the game and work your financial plan. Life happens every single day, so you may have had a minor or major setback. That’s quite alright. You can still work to pursue the goals you set in 2018 and the ones you’ve created for 2019 with a little work. All it takes is some determination.

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10 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid This January

When it comes to one's finances, bad decisions can have a snowball-like effect. If you start off the year forgetting a payment here and there, being disorganized with your taxes or failing to contribute to your retirement accounts, you're setting yourself up for a disorderly financial life in 2019. There are a handful of common financial mistakes people make at the beginning of the year that can be prevented with just a little effort and foresight. Start the year off on the right foot by avoiding these common missteps. By Jamie Friedlander for Inc. with contribution from Luis F. Rosa, CFP® EA

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Best Money Challenges 2019: Here's How to Grow Your Money in the New Year

Want to save more money in 2019? You’re not alone. Over a third of Americans want to save more next year, a recent GOBankingRates survey found. If you’re part of the 36 percent of Americans who want to be better about saving in 2019, try one of these expert-approved money challenges — and watch your savings grow by Gabrielle Olya via Go Banking Rates with contribution from Luis F. Rosa, CFP® EA

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Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball: Which Payoff Method Is Right for You?

You have several debts piling up, and you’re starting to worry you’re losing control over them. You have a car loan, student loan debt and two mounting credit card balances that are only getting higher with each passing month. You’ve heard of two primary methods for paying off debt: the debt avalanche method and the debt snowball method. Both are effective ways to eliminate debt. But which one is right for you? Here’s everything you need to know about the two methods of debt elimination. By Jamie Friedlander for Magnify_Money with Contribution from Luis F. Rosa, CFP® EA.

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