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Designing Financial Freedom
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Do you worry about how you’ll make ends meet? Approximately seventy-eight percent of full-time workers live paycheck to paycheck. In this post, I’d like to give you five strategies that will help you to stop worrying about money, get your finances back on track, and give you the security you need. – MyMoneyDesign.com
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If you’re already contributing the IRS maximum amount to your 401(k) and would like to keep reaping the tax benefits, then I have good news for you: After-tax 401(k) contributions may be your ticket to the next level! Though most people think the max stops at $18,500, you may be able to keep going until $55,000. Here's what you need to know - Read more at MyMoneyDesign.com
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Have you been looking for ways to watch TV without cable, but can’t quite find a service that will be comparable? If so, then it’s time you check out streaming TV packages. We made the switch and are now saving $1,140 per year! Click here to find out more – MyMoneyDesign.com
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Question: “Can I contribute to an IRA this year?" What happens if you’re already covered by a retirement plan at work, such as a 401(k), 403(b), etc.? Can you still also save your money into an IRA, or will the IRS consider this double-dipping? In this post, we’ll sort through the facts and see what it takes to qualify. - MyMoneyDesign.com
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How is it that the “Rich” become rich? What are the secrets to money that they seem to know and the rest of us don’t? In this post, we’re going to take a look at some of their best-working strategies and learn how we can use them in our own lives. Read on to learn more - MyMoneyDesign.com
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Is a gym membership really a waste of money? If you use it, then absolutely not. In fact, we crunched the numbers and found it to be one of the cheapest activities you can do alone or with your family. How cheap? Read more at MyMoneyDesign.com
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How much should I contribute to my 401(k) plan each year? Is the magic answer 5%? 10%? 15%? While some financial experts may lead you to think so, I believe that saving your money in a 401(k) gives you the unique opportunity to do something you wouldn’t normally be able to do … save over $4,000 in taxes! That’s why I recommend this one simple answer. Read more at MyMoneyDesign.com
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If you’re struggling to save for both retirement as well as be prepared for whatever life throws your way, then here’s something useful for you to know: You may be able to use your Roth IRA as an emergency fund. Here's what you need to know. - MyMoneyDesign.com
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When it comes to saving for retirement, there are two main tools for you pick from. Here are the highlights of a 401(k) vs IRA and why one type may be better suited to your needs. - MyMoneyDesign.com
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Does your monthly budget always seem to get off track? I used to have that problem until I realized that I needed to look at my finances for the whole year if I really wanted to get the complete picture. Now we have a lot more success! Here's why you’ll want to consider an annual budget vs monthly budget. - MyMoneyDesign.com
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