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Reviews & FAQs on Taft Financial

Taft Financial is gaining attention recently in their efforts to help consumers get back on top of their financial picture. Nobody was expecting 2020 to go from a very positive-feeling New Year into

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Establish an Emergency Fund Starting Today, No Excuses!

Establishing an emergency fund is crucial. No one is immune to financial surprises. Many people postpone saving for a rainy day using the excuse that they don’t have any money left over after paying

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How forex trading affects the value of the Pound

Foreign exchange trading (forex or FX) is the global market for buying and selling currencies. It’s the world’s biggest financial market by far. At £5.2 trillion, it dwarfs the world’s combined

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Ways to Borrow Money

Everyone has been there at some point in their lives, you need money. This situation can come with different circumstances. Some need money for personal reasons while some may need it or professional

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Paper Trading in Forex: What are the Benefits?

If you’re a first-time investor, it can be scary to enter the exchange market without any real knowledge of how it works. Sure, you can sign up with a broker, create an account and start putting

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Staying Debt-free: 5 Strategies that Work

Debt is expensive and can be a serious obstacle if you want to achieve important financial goals. Unfortunately, when you owe money, it can be challenging to get out of the hole of debt. The good news

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5 Steps to Help You Tackle a Spring Home Sale

Spring is all about fresh starts. As the snow melts and flowers start to bloom, buyers also come out of hibernation to hunt for their perfect home. That makes spring one of the best seasons to sell a

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Debunking 5 Social Security Myths that Early Retirees Must Avoid

If collecting Social Security benefits are part of your early retirement plan, then here are five myths that you need to avoid: Myth: You must start collecting Social Security benefits at age 62. Fact:

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Money Management Tips for Digital Nomads

The increasing reliance on telecommunications technology for the fulfillment of our professional obligations means more and more people are choosing to be digital nomads. This essentially means moving

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The Path of Wealth Creation – Knowing Your Risk Appetite

Deciding that you would like to invest in your future is only the first step down the path to wealth creation. The second step is to know what you can invest in, and, fortunately for you, the options

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