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Planning for Retirement Using the Dave Ramsey Investment Calculator

Are you trying to figure out if the Dave Ramsey Investment Calculator can help you truly plan out your retirement?

Saving for retirement can be intimidating. From investment selection to financial goals, many data points influence the outcome. When you started and how much you have contributed to name a few.

Luckily, thanks to the Internet, there are various tools to help you understand what you need to properly save for retirement.

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How to save money for millennials. Cash money saving tips. #moneytips

20 Money Saving Tips for Millennials (Realistic Ways)

Are you trying to figure out the most realistic money saving tips for you to use today?

Millennials are a unique generation to have grown up with technology nearly every step of the way. Not only that, Millennials were conditioned to go to college and get a degree.

Times have changed and educated Millennials are struggling to find high enough wages to help pay for the high cost of education.

That being said, having grown up with technology it has allowed for many ways to save money and generate extra revenue. This article I will go into detail several ways Millennials can save money and squeeze every dollar out of their budget.

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Single Mom taking advantage of the EIC Earned Income Tax Credit

Earned Income Credit: The Only Things You Need to Know

Are you trying to figure out if you qualify for Earned Income Credit (EIC)? Also known as Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

Well, no need to worry.

Today we will go over what conditions need to be met, such as your filing status, income, number of kids and more.

In the case where the required conditions are met, you can then easily apply for the Earned Income Credit.

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How to save $3000 in 6 months

How to Save $3,000 in 6 Months (Save Money Fast)

Do you think it’s hard to save $3000 in 6 months on a low income?

Saving money can be a difficult task and that isn’t completely our faults. Large corporations and their marketing departments are attempting to make spending money as easy and painless as possible, ultimately giving us a sort of high.

Also, using plastic (credit or debit cards) to purchase items is painless because with paper money, you hand over one amount and get less in return.

With plastic, you hand over your card and get your card back, eliminating the immediate trigger of pain relating to loss.

Now certainly there are some of our own habits that contribute to a savings shortfall, such as fast food eating and vending machine buying.

These need to be curbed or eliminated to boost saving potential.

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