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How Can You Make Foreign Trading Decisions In A Volatile Market?

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If you’ve just begun to dip your toe into the investment waters of foreign equities and currency exchange markets, you may be nervous about how global economic conditions are affecting your short-term profit margins. In a volatile market, how can you take advantage of good sales without unduly risking your capital? And what can you do to prevent yourself from acting on panic or dismay as markets take a nosedive? Read on to learn more about how forex indicators can help you make wiser, more scientifically-based investment decisions when purchasing foreign equities.…

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Retirement Saving Tips All 20-Somethings Should Know

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Many financial advisors recommend that you begin saving for your retirement in your 20s because you’ll benefit from decades of compound growth, save money on taxes, and maximize the amount of employer contributions you capture. However, it’s common for young adults to put off saving for retirement because it’s an event that is so far into their future. The fact is, if you’re in your 20s, you should start saving for your retirement immediately – you’ll be thankful that you started early when you reach retirement age.…

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How Higher-Income Earners Use A Nondeductible IRA To Fund A Roth Account

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Some tax filers are not able to directly fund a Roth individual retirement account because their income is too high. Individuals with too much income to directly fund a Roth IRA may contribute to a nondeductible traditional IRA and then roll those funds over to a Roth account. Contributions to a traditional IRA are not always fully tax-deductible, so many accounts consist of both pre-tax and after-tax amounts. When a traditional IRA is initially opened, it is not designated as deductible or nondeductible.…

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When Should You Purchase An Annuity With A Legal Settlement?

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If you’ve recently been awarded a legal judgment or settlement through a personal injury, medical malpractice, or other tort lawsuit, you may be wondering what to do with these funds. You may need a sizable portion of your judgment or settlement monies to pay medical bills or other costs stemming from your accident, or to help pay off debt incurred while you were out of work. However, you may still have money left over – particularly if you were awarded punitive damages.…

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3 Tips For Managing A Financial Windfall

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Did you recently come into a large sum of money? Perhaps from an inheritance, a lawsuit settlement, or even from lottery winnings? You’re probably thrilled about your windfall, and you should be. However, it’s important that you take steps to protect your new-found wealth. There are plenty of stories of lottery winners or heirs who don’t know how to handle their new wealth and blow it on frivolous spending. If you truly want this money to be life changing, you need to make sure it lasts for the rest of your life.…

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3 Reasons To Consider Investing In Real Estate

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Every portfolio should be diversified in order to maximize the returns on your money and weather any financial issues. One key part of any decent portfolio is real estate. This is because it offers a huge number of advantages that you can utilize in order to make sure that you are successful.  1. Will Function as a Retirement Plan, Whether You Want it or Not Everyone knows that they need to save for retirement.…

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Using Social Media Before A Crowdfunding Campaign

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Crowdfunding is quickly becoming a great way for entrepreneurs to raise start-up capital for a business. Crowdfunding is a type of capital raising involves asking a large number of people to invest a small amount of money to develop or promote a product. With a great idea and potentially great product, it can be a good way to start a business for some people. Before starting a campaign, a lot of planning and work needs to be done.…

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