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Is Making Extra Payments on your Home Loan a Good Idea?

If you have the ability to make some extra payments on your home loan it can be tempting to do so in order to try and reduce your interest payments as well as paying the loan off in a shorter timescale. Even if you just pay an extra $30 per month it can make a

Managing Portfolio Risk For Long-Term Investment Success

Portfolio risk management is important for preserving initial capital and earning return with some certainty. However, it comes with mind-numbing complexity, and each decision can involve risk amid a never-ending stream of calculations. Because in the world of investment, it’s bound that a decision or two leave a dent in your portfolio. Add to that the

6 Ways to Increase Personal Wealth at any Age

Whether you earn a little or a lot, there are ways to increase your personal wealth. The truth is, being financially independent isn’t only reserved for the wealthy. You don’t have to be born with a silver spoon or receive the best financial education to grow your net worth. However, you do need to make

Financial Assistance When Facing an Emergency

If you are currently facing an emergency and are in need of money fast, you may be tempted to take out a payday loan. While this may in fact provide temporary relief, it is likely to cause you even more financial problems in the future. In addition, these types of loans often include higher fees

Five Things That You Didn’t Know About Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)

[The following guest post is from Lazy Man of Lazy Man and Money is a personal finance blog dedicated to helping people make more money, save more money, and avoid being scammed. In seven years of blogging, he has covered MLM in detail including epic articles on MonaVie and LifeVantage Protandim. The two articles have

A complete guide to understanding structured settlements

Structured settlements are a form of annuity in which an injury victim is paid his compensation through periodic payments rather than in a lump sum amount. Though not absolutely compulsory, structured settlements have been encouraged by the US congress ever since the year 1982. In the case of structured settlements, the victim is paid his