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Five Common Investment Mistakes When Planning for Retirement

Only about 23% of American workers say they are "very confident" they will have enough money to live comfortably throughout retirement. To help reduce such uncertainty in your life, consider these five common investment pitfalls – and how you might avoid them.
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How to Reduce Your Credit Card Debt

As of 2020, the average credit card balance has reached over $6,200. It is not uncommon to see credit cards with interest rates as high as 24%, and the higher the rate, the more you will pay over time if only paying the minimum amount per month. As those who follow this advice can share, the balance never seems to go down. In fact, it often climbs much higher because of the interest and even late fees. So what can you do to pay down a high balance?Step 1: Consolidate DebtThere are several banks
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Wealth Building Strategies While Raising a Family

This article discusses steps that parents can take to build wealth while raising a family.
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How to Manage Your 401(k) When You Switch Jobs

This article considers all options for managing funds in a former employer’s retirement plan.
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Begin Investing While Young

There’s a simple word that has profound implications for savings and investing: compounding. Like a snowball that grows as it rolls down a hill, compounding provides the potential for your money to grow, reinvesting your investment earnings.
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Finding the Right Credit Card for You

With so many credit cards available, it’s not surprising that careful thought is required to decide which one to select. Here are some factors to consider when choosing the card that suits you best.
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IRA 101: Know the Facts

If you own an IRA, then you should be as familiar as possible with the rules that govern your account.
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Beyond Retirement: Consider Your Other Goals

When it comes to financial stability, people tend to focus on paying off debt and saving for retirement. In reality, many other financial goals beckon to individuals during their lifetime. Because of this, it’s important to look beyond retirement when setting targets, no matter how old you are.
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Financial Traps to Avoid

There’s a good reason so many athletes, entertainers and business people who made seven figures and higher suddenly find themselves filing for bankruptcy. Money mismanagement can eat through even the biggest bankrolls. Here are some specific threats to financial stability that people can avoid to help effectively manage their wealth.
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What does it cost to meet and how do you get paid....

What Does it Cost To Meet And How Do You Get Paid?This is a great and important question, and we will spend time in our first meeting talking about this and making sure you understand and are comfortable with how our compensation works and let you decide which method is right for you.  No Meeting Fees At Harborfront Financial we believe everyone deserves access to sounds financial advice, so unlike many firms we don't charge a fee for time spent meeting with you.  We don't char
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