Tag Archives: Roth Ira

Why Inflation Is Your Enemy

Everyone knows about inflation, right?  It's causes the prices of things to go up over time.  When you're in your working and saving years, this isn't a huge deal and isn't always very noticeable.  Why is that?  Because while you're working, your pay is most likely going up every year, often at a rate greater…
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46% Of Millennials Think They Need $1000 To Start Investing. Is That True?

This is an interesting article by Emmie Martin with CNBC (with a few tweaks of my own). Many millennials may be hesitant to invest in the stock market out of fear of another collapse, but there's also a strong contingent who simply don't know that they're eligible to start. A recent survey from financial services app Twine found that…
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8 Ways To Make Paying For College Easier

This was a good article I found written by Thomas Humphrey, from Brownsville, TX. Saving for your children's college expenses is no easy feat, whether you've started saving years in advance or are behind on your savings. Thankfully, there are ways to make the savings process easier no matter what stage you are at. A…
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Should I Use A Roth IRA?

The Roth IRA first came about through the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, and is named after its chief legislative sponsor, Senator William Roth of Delaware.  The Roth IRA allows a taxpayer to contribute money that you've already paid taxes on (or, after-tax dollars) into an individual retirement account.  The money then grows TAX FREE…
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