Ask the Advisor: 5 Money Moves to Make Now

by Tom Aguilera

Since 1996, Tom has had a passion for helping investors make sound financial plans and discovering the investments that are right for them. During this difficult time, you may wonder if you’re making the right decisions when it comesto your finances. Whether you’re worried about job security, your investing decisions or having enough emergency savings to weather the storm, here are some tips to help you stay on track.

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10 Money Moves to Make in Your 30s

When you head into your 30s, your life is filled with more responsibilities. No matter if you’re single, married, or have started a family, making key financial moves can help you take advantage of financial opportunities and weather setbacks when they occur, because they will. Here are 10 steps that can help you build security and reach your financial goals.

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10 Money Moves to Make in Your 40s

When you reach your 40s, most likely your responsibilities have increased significantly. With that in mind, it’s more important than ever to figure out how to allocate your hard-earned dollars. To manage day-to-day expenses and accomplish your longer-term financial goals, you’ll need a plan you can live with and adjust it to your changing needs.

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10 Money Moves to Make in Your 20s

When you’re just starting out in your career, you may worry if you’re making the right decisions, especially when it comes to finances. You’re not alone. But creating an action plan can help you stay focused and learn to become a savvy money manager. Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of your finances and overcome setbacks that may occur.

 

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Ask the Advisor: Rules of Thumb to Save for Your Future

By Aaron Handfield

About the Advisor

Aaron Handfield has more than 14 years of insurance and financial planning experience, including four years of financial planning at JP Morgan and Edward Jones Investments. He is a registered and licensed investment and retirement planning professional and is registered to sell securities. He also holds a California Life/Health Insurance License.

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It’s a Money Thing: Pay Yourself First … Automatically

Like going to the gym or eating a healthy diet, saving money is one of those concepts that’s simple to grasp but weirdly challenging to put into practice. We understand its benefits. We agree that it’s essential to our wellbeing. We know that it’s something we should be doing. But paycheck after paycheck, it’s the same routine: after the bills have been paid and the regular expenses have been looked after, there just isn’t quite enough left over for our savings goals.

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