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    How Much to Save for Retirement

    When people are getting ready to retire they may often wonder how much they will need to save. There are lots of articles on the subject. Financial planners try to give advice on the matter because it is such a hot topic. Honestly, few people know an exactly amount that needs to be saved in…

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    How To Save For Retirement

    Saving up from retirement can be done in a number of ways, including taking matters into your own hands. The process of saving for retirement isn’t a burdensome one and you will soon learn how you can maximize your potential earnings for your future retirement through several different methods. Learning to save for retirement can…

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    How To Prepare Financially For Your Retirement

    Retirement is a season in life that should be about relaxing and traveling the world. For the few that actually plan for their retirements properly, this dream can become a reality. The biggest problem with retirement preparation is that people think they have forever. However, the working years soon come to a close and soon…

  • 7 Steps to Managing Your Student Loan Debt Better in 2015
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    7 Steps to Managing Your Student Loan Debt Better in 2015

    Filed under: Student Loans, Personal Finance, College, Debt Assistance, Financial Education Jessica Hill/AP By Brian O’Connell NEW YORK — Student loan debt is second-highest among household debt expenditures (behind mortgage debt and just ahead of credit card debt) at an average of $32,264 each household.

  • 6 Life Events That Change Your Taxes
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    6 Life Events That Change Your Taxes

    In fact, you could likely experience those same emotions by perusing other evidence of your life’s milestones: your old tax returns. One of the first decisions to make after tying the knot is whether to file your taxes jointly or separately, says Mike Campbell, a San Francisco-based tax partner at BDO USA, a business services practice headquartered in Chicago.

  • How to Get a Home Loan With Less-Than-Stellar Credit
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    How to Get a Home Loan With Less-Than-Stellar Credit

    In a perfect world, you’d have a robust credit score and a 20 percent down payment in hand, with mortgage lenders falling all over themselves to get your attention. "As a rule of thumb, a credit score of at least 650 gives you a chance at qualifying for a conventional loan," says Max Galka, co-founder and CEO of Revaluate.com, a New York apartment history and review website.

  • Siegel: Expect a stock market correction in 2015
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    Siegel: Expect a stock market correction in 2015

    Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Tuesday that he expects a correction-defined by a 10 percent drop from record highs-in 2015, but advised investors not to wait and try to time the market. "People say, ‘Doesn’t that mean I should wait for that?’ The answer is, ‘No,’ because if it’s up 15 percent and then goes down 10 [percent], you’re still better off buying today.

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    Home buyers aren’t shopping for a mortgage: Govt

    Americans may be spending more time shopping for shoes than for a mortgage, a report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau suggests. Almost half of consumers seeking a loan to purchase a home do not shop lenders, the agency said Tuesday. Strent, however, believes that consumers should absolutely shop for a loan, especially first-time home buyers.

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    Tax-News.com: Spain Confirms New CbC Reporting Obligation

    Log into Tax-News+ Not registered yet. Find out about our daily news alert service » The Government of Spain has announced that new country-by-country (CbC) reporting obligations will be effective in Spain for tax periods beginning on or after January 1, 2018. With the announcement, Spain has …

  • Ashford Prime Completes Refinancing Of $196 Million Loan
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    Ashford Prime Completes Refinancing Of $196 Million Loan

    (AHP) ("Ashford Prime" or the "Company") today announced it has successfully refinanced its Aareal Capital mortgage loan, which had an existing outstanding balance of $196 million and a final maturity date in February 2018. The mortgage loan remains secured by the same two hotels: the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC and Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in La Jolla, CA.

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