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Is Early Retirement A Good Idea?

Early retirement.  A dream that many people wish to live.  But is it worth it?  49.9% of Americans want to retire early. And this figure has risen from 47% in 2019 [1].  So, if an increasing number of people wish to do the same thing, does that make it a viable option?  Not necessarily.  You […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Saving

Saving money is one of the most essential practices of adulthood.  But many people often struggle to get into the habit of saving.  They don’t know where and how to start building a savings fund or how to get into a savings mindset.   And this hurdle, right at the beginning, often delays their start to […]

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Can You Buy A House with a Teacher’s Salary? Here Are Your Possibilities and Options.

91% of Americans want to own at least one house in their life [1]. This is the ultimate American dream.  However, can teachers ever live this American dream with their famously limited salary?  According to research, teachers can buy fewer than half of all the houses listed in 76% of major cities [2].  But does […]

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Here’s How You Might be Able to Pay Your Medical School Debt Effectively

An average medical student graduates with debt 6 times larger than any other college graduate [1].  Therefore, regardless of how well-paid doctors might be, most doctors have to bear the woes of debt repayment.  On top of all that, doctors are often never given the kind of financial education needed to tackle debt effectively.  As […]

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5 Practical Budgeting Tips for Pro Athletes

A budget aims to improve your financial health by optimizing your cashflows.  But unfortunately, professional athletes, who may be the most in need of optimized cashflows, may fail to see the value of this important life skill.  As a result, they may fall into bad spending habits and might build a lifestyle that is neither […]

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How to save for retirement without an employer-sponsored retirement plan

Retirement planning might be essential for sustained financial health post-retirement.  However, a recent study revealed that around 42% of people have less than $10,000 stocked away for retirement [1].  And it doesn’t help the situation that 41% of millennials do not have access to an employer-sponsored savings plan [2].  On top of that, 16 million […]

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Why Is Financial Literacy Critical for Physicians?

Doctors often earn more than the national average salary [1], even during residency [2]. But financial strain is still surprisingly common in this field. Many reasons may contribute to this financial burden, which might eventually take a toll on a physician’s professional performance, potentially driving them to burnout. 64% of physicians express the need for […]

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How Can Teachers Stay Afloat Financially During Summers?

The idea that teachers enjoy summers is probably one of the biggest misconceptions about this profession. It is true that teachers get summer breaks, but many teachers are unable to use this time to relax and recharge for the next school year. There are financial responsibilities to address. And with no paycheck coming in during […]

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Insightful Real Estate Investment Tips that Might Help You Make Sound Decisions

The real estate arena seems lucrative and tends to attract many investors. But the influx of people towards this investment opportunity does not mean it offers easy wealth. Real estate investment can be competitive and often risky. Given the hefty amount of capital often involved, one wrong move might lead you to the edges of […]

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Top Budgeting Tips for Teachers

We believe most teachers enter the profession as a result of their passion for education. And while the joy of giving back to the community might bring immense pleasure, real-life responsibilities can catch up quickly, potentially leading to financial stress and may even suck the joy out of the job. There are numerous expenses that […]

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