COVID-19 has hit the world hard. With over 1,300,000 cases in the US and counting, the public has been in quarantine for approximately two months and is now being urged to take caution while states are beginning to open back up again. In the meantime, it is important to make sure you and your finances are…

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As the years slip by, building a retirement fund will become harder and harder, but getting an early start on saving for it will give you a huge advantage down the road. Whether you are 10 years or 30 years away from retiring, being financially stable for when that time comes is crucial.   Lay…

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An emergency fund is money set aside to cover any of life’s unexpected events. This is useful in case you lose your job or have a large medical bill to pay. Just 40% of Americans are able to cover an unexpected $1,000 expense with their savings. Last year, the most common unexpected expense was $5,000…

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