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You Too Can Become a Billionaire
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Learning how billionaires amass their wealth may expand your financial horizons and possibly stimulate some ideas that could lead to your name being added in the future.

Bankruptcy Is Sometimes the Best Option
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Most people want to honor their debt. But many families have allowed their debt to spiral out of control, and they feel helpless, ashamed, and at a loss to know what to do. While bankruptcy isn’t anyone’s first choice, sometimes it is an important choice to consider.

Evan Almighty: Financing a Block Buster
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Those actually seeing the movie in a theater provide only 14% of a film’s revenue.

Consider Delaying Social Security Benefits
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Waiting for the higher payout is like buying longevity insurance.

Hedge Inflation Risk with Hard Assets
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One of the asset classes that we use to build diversified portfolios consists of hard asset stocks.

Portfolio Rebalancing Boosts Returns
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Rebalancing your investments can help boost your returns and minimize risk. This simple contrarian move can help you compound your investment gains over time. With the markets at an all-time high, this may be a good time to rebalance your portfolio.

Financial Harmony In Marriage
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If you don’t have the time or the interest, you may be the problem.

A Short History Of Wall Street
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Only recently has Main Street been so fully invested.

Tax Freedom Day Arrives on April 30, 2007
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Without taxes, you could leave work at 2:25pm.

Buying a Car Without Breaking the Bank
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It is possible to avoid driving a wreck without wrecking your finances.

Familiarity Breeds Concentration
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Investors have been told, “Invest in what you know.” While this may have been a good adage for avoiding investing in companies with no business models, it is a poor rule of thumb to use when building diversified portfolios.

Breaking Spaghetti: A Seven-Year Financial History
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Stress released in one area results in delayed releases in other parts of the economy.

Financial Planning For The Second Half Of Marriage
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Check your retirement, your marriage and your mission.

Portfolio Allocation: Risk-Return Mix
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Portfolio construction begins with the most basic allocation between investments that offer a greater chance of appreciation (stocks) and those that provide portfolio stability (bonds).

The Celtic Tiger: The Greening Of Ireland
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Investing isn’t about finding a four-leaf clover or the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

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