Insurance

3 Moves You Need to Make BEFORE the Holiday Rush

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Before the year ends you I have a few things that you should look into to secure your 2019 financial year.

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The Best Five Minute Phone Call You’ll Make This Year

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Insurance shopping is perhaps one of the least exciting tasks on the face of the earth. That said, shopping for insurance can save you a ton of money. I’ll share a few tips on how you can make this process as painless (and profitable) as possible.

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How to Slice Your Cell Phone Bill in Half

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Just about everyone nowadays has a cell phone. While the technology packed into one of these pocket sized marvels is amazing the bill can get a bit expensive. Fortunately, if you know the right tricks, they don’t have to be. Try these simple steps to help cut your costs!

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7 Retirement Sins You Don’t Want to Commit

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At this point, I’ve probably written a million words on the problems with our traditional retirement systems and you’re free to read my thoughts in past articles and interviews I’ve done over the years. But there are seven things you need to especially be aware of…

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Is This Cheating the Gov’t, or Is It Justified?

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“Nilus, I have to tell you that I have real ethics trouble with some of your recent advice on retirement: Namely, advising people to give away assets so that they can avoid the Medicaid look-back provision for long-term care. Why should I or any other taxpayer have to pay for someone’s care just so they can give their assets to their family?”

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