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What Big Wall Rock Climbing Teaches Us About Building Wealth

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The principles for building wealth are universal crossing boundaries and time. Discover how climbing El Capitan in Yosemite can teach these essential wealth building lessons...


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Being “Normal” Costs An Average of $600,000 Over a Lifetime: Here’s Why We Are Fighting Back

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Over a lifetime, a “normal” American pays out $600,000 in interest for all of the loans they take out from student loans to home loans.


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3 Types of Investors - Which Type Are You?

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I see 3 main types of investors today; each with their own characteristics and results.


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6 Fundamental Principles of Investing

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If you can embrace these fundamental principles of investing you will be miles ahead in helping you meet your goals and providing the kind of retirement you desire.


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Should I Pursue a Co-op Education?

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Cooperative programs are becoming more and more popular among institutions. I graduated from North America’s largest cooperative program, where as one of my brothers enrolled in a much smaller coop program that was offered by his faculty.


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Saving Money At The Gym

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It is interesting that decades ago, before all the fancy machines, diets, workout magazines, personal trainers, and chemical supplements, people were still relatively physically fit – in fact, they were much fitter than we are today! All while saving money!


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Would You Rather Be “Book Smart” or “Handy”?

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From a purely financial perspective, who will likely be better off in the long-run, my dad or myself? Obviously a combination of our two intelligences is the best-case scenario (which is why I am constantly bugging him to apply his talents to my house), but ultimately who wins out? I think there are two main factors to consider – careers and household expenses.


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How to Calculate PMI?

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When you buy a home with the help of a mortgage, there is a good chance that you will need to purchase mortgage insurance. Private mortgage insurance (PMI) is designed to protect a lender in case a borrower defaults on their payments. The lender will use a formula to determine how much you will pay. Here's how it is calculated.


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Do You Really Need $150,000 a Year to Live Comfortably?

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Can you afford the basics? What are the basics, anyway? According to a recent article in USA Today, it takes about $150,000 a year in order to cover the basics, set aside money in savings, and enjoy a few extras. Is there truth to this?


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Inheriting an IRA - Beneficiaries, Distribution Rules, Withdrawals

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One way you might end up with a retirement account is by inheriting an IRA. If a loved one passes and leaves you the assets in an IRA, you can use these assets to your advantage. However, it’s important to realize that there are some interesting rules about how an IRA is passed on — and how you can withdraw money from it.


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