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Retirement Plan Options for Small Business Owners

4 Retirement Plan Options for Small Business Owners

For small business owners, hiring and keeping the right employees is crucial to the business’s success. One sure-shot way of attracting employees and retain their services is by offering retirement

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Reach Your Financial Goals

Top 5 Money Tips to Reach Your Financial Goals

Setting financial goals is an excellent way to be intentional with the money that you work so hard for. By setting yourself up with attainable goals, the money you make, spend, and save is much more trackable.

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Credit Scores Differ Across the Credit Bureaus

5 Reasons Why Your Credit Scores Differ Across the Credit Bureaus

Credit scores can seem like complex, abstract concepts. Many people have no idea what their credit score means, or why it’s important. Plus, credit scores vary across the different credit bureaus. So,

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Money Mistakes

5 Money Mistakes You Should Avoid This Year

2020 was a year with many surprises and disappointments, especially in the financial portion of our lives. You may have been wondering how to avoid the money mistakes of last year, or even what those

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Tips from Successful Small Business Owners

5 Actionable Tips from Successful Small Business Owners

Starting a new small business can be very rewarding, but it’s without a doubt the most competitive field. According to the SBA (Small Business Administration) 2019 Stats, in the US alone there are

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Paying the Minimum Monthly Balance on Your Credit Card

What’s the Cost of Paying the Minimum Monthly Balance on Your Credit Card?

If you have a high balance on your credit card, it’s often tempting to ignore it and only pay the minimum payments. However, this could become really expensive in the long run, and you may end up

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Reviews on Brice Capital

While debt has been a growing problem faced by consumers over the years, it was exacerbated when the pandemic emerged last year. After a wave of business failures, millions of people were laid off

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3 Really Stupid Things that Really Smart People Do With their Money

In between eating from his box of chocolate and regaling bystanders with tales of magic shoes and war heroics, Forrest Gump sagely reminded us that “stupid is as stupid does.” You tell ‘em Forrest.

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Preparing for Student Financial Expenses

Many of us understand that unforeseen circumstances may require you to pay out money you hadn’t planned to spend and might not have. To help soften the blow when this happens, you can better prepare

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How Brice Capital Helped Me Consolidate Debt So I Could Invest in the Spotify IPO

When Spotify broke all the rules this Spring by listing their shares on the New York Stock Exchange instead of taking the traditional route of hiring underwriters to introduce the stock to the financial

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