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Adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) are bad news for homeowners. Find out why you should avoid the dangers of an adjustable rate mortgage and get a fixed-rate mortgage instead.
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"The bad news is my success is up to me. The great news is my success is up to me."
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Learn what Dave thinks about the types of life insurance policies being offered today.
You CAN become a millionaire and this is the guide you need to do it! It's time to go after the American Dream!
Over the past few years, your employer might have introduced a new retirement savings plan option: the Roth 401(k). But what should you do with your existing 401(k)?
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"The folks I know who win are tough-minded folks. They are standing on top of all their mistakes, their dumb ideas, and the bruises from other folks."