Employers of a certain size, by law, have to offer health insurance to full-time workers. But some employers extend coverage to part-timers, too. The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, defines “full time” as 30 hours or more per week. That’s right — 30, not 40. “That definitely doesn’t sync up with common usage,” […]

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  Recently, I published the post How I Graduated From College In 2.5 Years With 2 Degrees and Saved $37,500. While I did graduate quickly and there are benefits related to that, there are things I missed out on by rushing my college experience. Now I wouldn’t say I had the worst college experience, but I also wouldn’t […]

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New financial advisors need something to help them stand out. Consequently, the AAMS does just that. Designed for newcomers to the financial advice business, the AAMS trains advisors to identify investment opportunities as well as help clients with other financial … Continue reading →

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Need to tap your home equity? Here’s what you need to know about your options: cash-out refinance, home equity loan, and home equity line of credit.

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Whether you’re trying to buy a home or looking to get a college degree, you may need to take out a loan to finance your goals. If you’re seeking out your first loan, know that borrowing money is a common…

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