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How to Save 3400$ a Year Using Your Car

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Most people spend quite a bit on their vehicle each year between filling it up, getting repairs done, and even washing the vehicle to ensure it looks great. With all this money spent on maintaining the vehicle, wouldn’t it be nice if the vehicle would give something in return?

It’s actually possible to earn 3400$ a year or more simply by driving the vehicle around town. Below are two different ways a person can bring in a little extra cash with their vehicle.

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Learn to Save for Your Future

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If you are the type of person who is always concerned about finances, this is definitely a good thing. It is very important to carefully consider how the household income is being spent and the amount of money that is being set aside for the future. It seems as if everywhere we look, people are learning more about extreme saving. This is a wonderful thing to do. Unfortunately, many people don’t have the willpower to quit eating out so much and stay home for a change.

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Am I On Track to Retire Early and Travel?

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It appears that there are two solid goals almost all hard-working Canadian men and women in their late 40’s strive for. The first is the ability to retire early. The second is to travel a bit, and indulge in that freeing sense of being just a little older and a whole lot wiser. Canadians are often finding retirement difficult. It is a transition rife with problems. Are the assets affirmed and liquid enough? Is there steady income coming in to support the likely smaller family? Canadians are struggling to retire early, but there are steps they can take starting now to be positioned for a great retirement.

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5 Best Financial Moves a 40ish Woman Can Make

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Most people are really ill-prepared for retirement. While that isn’t earth-shattering news, it’s important for anyone in their 40s to start thinking seriously about how they will finance retirement.

While some people do, indeed, have a solid plan in place to ensure their financial stability when they retire, others are on shaky ground, with little saved and no real idea how they will survive once retirement age is reached.

However, there are five best financial moves experts say anyone, but especially women in their 40s, should consider implementing now.

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Personal Loans vs Lines of Credit

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The time may come when a person needs to borrow money for some purpose. Most individuals choose to finance the purchase of a new home or car, yet there are numerous other reasons why a loan may be taken out. For some, the loan is used to consolidate debt and, for others, it will be put to use to fund a major purchase. Regardless of why money is being obtained, individuals will find they have a variety of borrowing options to select from. The key is to find the right choice for any given situation.

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Smart Money: Are Your Finances Fit?

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Canadians are living longer. As a result, many now pay attention to what they eat, make sure they get enough exercise and visit the doctor regularly to ensure potential health problems are detected at an early stage. However, what the majority of individuals fail to do is plan for their financial future.

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9 Step To Your Real Estate Plan

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Preparing for the future can be a wise decision when it comes to your legacy. Relieving the burden of handling your estate can provide some comfort to the family you leave behind. No one enjoys thinking about death, but it’s an inevitable event. Providing the security, your family needs can be a comforting fact.