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Stock Market Today: Dow Drops as Brief Boost From CPI Data Fades
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A morning jolt from an August cooldown in inflation proved ephemeral Tuesday, with early gains fizzling into widespread declines.
What the Names Zillow, Redfin, and Trulia Mean
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Nowadays, just about everyone looking to buy or sell real estate begins their search online. And a small handful of websites seem to be dominating the home buying space, including oddly-named real estate tech companies. I use these websites all the time when researching real estate, but never actually knew the details behind their names.… Read More »What the Names Zillow, Redfin, and Trulia Mean

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What a Beneficiary Controlled Trust Can Do to Protect Your Legacy After You Are Gone
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Life is messy sometimes. Divorce, bankruptcies and lawsuits happen, and they can potentially wipe out the inheritance you’ve carefully set aside for your loved ones. But there are many trust options to help keep life from ruining your legacy.
Talmud Portfolio – Guide to Asset Allocations, Investing Pros & Cons
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The Talmud Portfolio is an investing strategy based on the tenets of Jewish law. Learn more about this investing strategy here.
Secured Versus Unsecured Loans — And Ways You Can Wield These Powerful Tools
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What's the difference between a secured and unsecured loan, anyway? Knowing the difference — and the best way to take advantage of each — can help you choose the right loan type for your life goals.

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A Kiplinger – Personal Capital Poll: The Pandemic Is Reshaping Retirement
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Inflation tops health care costs as the biggest concern, and many preretirees are boosting their saving rate.
You Insure Your Car and Your Home – So How Can You Insure Your Financial Future?
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Whether you’re concerned about market risk, outliving your retirement savings, protecting your qualified plan, your final years or your loved ones – here are five ways to insure your financial future.
Bears for Bucs: Lovie Smith Offers IL Georgian for $2M
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Should I Pay Off Debt Before Buying a House?
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Ready to buy your own home? There’s a lot to consider, especially if this is your first time applying for a mortgage and you’re carrying debt. Debt is not necessarily a dealbreaker by any means. Is it a good idea to pay off debt or save for a house? Is it possible to do both? […]

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Should You Buy Your College Student a House? Pros and Cons
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With the costs of living on campus soaring, many parents are considering whether it makes financial sense to buy their college students an off-campus abode.

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