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Five Financial Mistakes to Avoid in College
It’s an exciting time of the year for recent high school graduates who are heading off to college. It’s also an anxious time, as many young people branch out on their own for the first time and face decisions and responsibilities that are new and challenging
Why Are Millennials in Love with Real Estate?
My good friend Ryan is lucky. His parents bought him a one-bedroom apartment in Boston’s once-gritty South End last year. He promptly quit his job and rented out his condo through Air BnB to support a year of travel.
Should I Pay Down My Debt?
If you have a lot of debt relative to your assets or your ability to service your debt, developing a plan to reduce your debt load is crucial. But if you then suddenly acquire wealth—via an inheritance, the sale of a business, or a large bonus—your debt may no longer be large relative to your assets.
Learn About Investing—You Can’t Afford Not To
Investing can be overwhelming. The wide array of choices and technical jargon paralyze some investors, while the market’s gyrations scare others off.
The Risk of De-Risking
With the stock market’s recent volatility, now may seem like a good time to take profits and wait on the sidelines until the proverbial dust settles.
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