There are some things which can be classed as fantastic investments and others which are pretty poor financial ideas.
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We all like to think that we are good at spotting good investments. However, there are some bad investments that many people fall for all the time. These are simple ways to throw your money away and the following are some of the worst investments you could make.
You’d be amazed at how long many people will talk to you on just about any topic. Or the location they’d be in when having said conversation with you – like some clients who would call in from the “facilities” completely blitzed and wanting to talk about their investment portfolio. While those were always interesting discussions, it was the calls from left field that made me wonder. Like the conversation I had with a lady who spouted off for a little over an hour about trying to use solar powered jets.
Truth be told, I’m 25 years old. I haven’t really done anything with investments until about a month ago. I was doing a review of Betterment for Modest Money, and I sold myself in the process. The main pitch for betterment is that it’s a smart way to invest for busy people. As far as busy people go, I definitely fit in that category. Being a financial writer, I’ve always known that investing early is important, but I just didn’t have the time or money to make it happen for myself.
Examination of six indicators to analyze the probability of deflation and investment asset allocation choices.
College is financially challenging as the price of tuition keeps on increasing. Luckily, there are several ways students and parents may consider to support college education. From scholarships to Federal and State Grants to Federal loans and Private student loans, these are options for students who really want to take into the next step of education.
There are many factors involved in getting the least expensive car insurance. Much of it depends on your own driving record, but other factors go in to the insurance company’s final decision on pricing. Besides keeping down your accident rate, there are other ways to lower the cost of your insurance. Here are five ways to keep down your insurance costs to get the best deal on your auto insurance.
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Concentrate on building an emergency savings account for car troubles, house repairs or other inevitable problems that pop up. Once you have the savings in place, you no longer have to resort to credit cards to pay for these money crunches. A wise amount for an emergency savings is about $1000. After building this type of savings, strive for a larger savings of 3 to 6 months of living expenses.
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There are many banks and insurance companies providing numerous kinds of policies for their customers. In many states auto insurances have become a mandatory at the time of buying vehicle. The vehicle dealers in collaboration with a reputable policy firm insert the insurance along with the vehicle papers. Sometimes the annual premium amount of the policy is given as a bonus point to the buyer of the vehicle.
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Keep in mind when shopping for a new car that SUVs and crossovers seem to be tops in 2013 for lower insurance premiums. Not all that long ago, minivans were the least expensive to insure, but that may now be changing. Insurance companies also take into consideration the age and gender of the driver, the type of driving record that is involved, and even the part of the country where the driver lives. You will also pay more for auto insurance if you are driving a luxury car that is very expensive to repair.
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