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How To Have a Happy and Healthy Retirement

You’ve put your time in, and now it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Retirement is all about taking it easy and living life on your terms. No more keeping a tight schedule, no more putting those celebrations and life experiences off until later. Now is your time. 

If this is how you picture your retirement, you’ve clearly got good goals in mind and you know how you plan to spend that time. Without a significant amount of planning, however, you may find it somewhat challenging to achieve your ideal retirement. Here’s a guide to ensuring you have that happy and healthy retirement you’ve worked so hard for all these years.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup July 19, 2019

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Stocks rose slightly this morning after some losses this week. Investors are assessing the latest corporate earnings reports and so far the results financially have been mixed. The S&P 500 closed at a record high on Monday, but then fluctuated from there. 

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Reasons to Switch from Cash to Accrual Accounting

It’s reported that more than half of small businesses fail within the first five years. What many small business owners fail to take into account when starting their businesses are their payment terms. These are the conditions in which payments are to be expected and the conditions on the payments. Many small businesses use a cash basis of accounting as their terms of payment because it’s easy to use and understand. 

However, this could be the deciding factor on whether your small business will flourish or crumble. Instead, an accrual basis of accounting will allow small businesses to get a better understanding of their finances to make more accurate financial decisions. Here’s why switching to accrual basis accounting can help your company succeed.

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How to Become a Millionaire in Your 40s

While becoming a millionaire in your 40s may seem difficult, it’s something that many people can achieve. All it takes is the right mindset and a laser-sharp focus toward building wealth and increasing your net worth. 

There is something about knowing that you have a million dollars that shows you that you are on the right track financially. But how do you get there? If you want to increase your chances of getting to $1 million in your 40s, there are certain habits that will help you achieve that milestone faster.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup July 12, 2019

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How to Dominate Debt

If you’re like most Americans, you have a substantial amount of debt. Unfortunately, accruing debt is all too easy in modern society, which means that it’s incredibly difficult for some people to get on top of their money and take back control. 

However, just because it’s challenging doesn’t mean it’s impossible. As long as you’re willing to fight the good fight and make some significant changes to your lifestyle, you can learn how to dominate debt. 

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup July 5, 2019

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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage or Invest?

When you buy a house, the resulting mortgage can feel like a weight on you - mentally and financially. If you end up with a surplus of cash, you may wonder if it’s better to pay off your mortgage or invest the money in the stock market. 

This is a common question in personal finance circles. Some people believe paying off your mortgage is a good investment, while others think putting your money in the market is a better option. 

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup June 28, 2019

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5 Ways to Become a Millionaire

Who wants to become a millionaire? Many people would love to reach this seven-digit goal and know they can give themselves that title. But is it possible?

While a million dollars may seem out of reach, accumulating wealth is not as difficult as it seems. There are many ways to become a millionaire and build your net worth. Which one you choose depends on what works for your particular situation.

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How Much Do You Really Need to Retire?

Have you ever considered how much do you really need to retire? While this is a simple question, the answer is anything but clear cut. There are many factors that go into your retirement target number.

As a financial planner, this is one of the questions that I often get from clients. There are many online calculators trying to help the average person get a ballpark estimate of the nest egg needed to retire.

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NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup June 14, 2019

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Does Insurance on Your Pet Make Sense for You?

One of the most common risk management tools is insurance. Most people have insurance for their homes, their cars and their health. This limits their financial liability in case disaster strikes and costs start piling up.

If you own a pet, you also have the option to purchase insurance to cover your pet. According to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association (NAPHIA), there are 179 million pets in North America; however, less than 1 percent are covered by pet insurance.

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NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup June 7, 2019

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7 Steps to Financial Freedom Workshop

Have you ever thought about what financial freedom looks like? Or, has it never even crossed your mind simply because you’re just trying to make it to the next day. 

Regardless of whether you’ve actually thought about it or not, it’s something most people can’t even fathom but would love to achieve. However, the main issue lies in how to actually get there.

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How to Make a Budget and Stick with It

One of the best ways to get ahead financially is by making a budget and sticking to it. However, many people shy away from budgets because they think of them as too restrictive. A budget shouldn’t limit you; it should give you more freedom.

Think of a budget as a spending plan, a way to tell your money where to go rather than the other way around. It is a critical financial tool that will help you build wealth and set yourself up for financial success.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup May 31, 2019

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Top 3 Things You Should Do in Your Financial Life

For some people, managing money can be challenging. It can seem like a struggle to maintain your finances when life happens, whether it’s an unexpected repair or a debt that never seems to go away.

However, keeping your money under control is imperative, especially as you get older. Even if retirement is still a couple of decades away, it’s never too soon to take charge and make adjustments to ensure that you’re financially stable now and in the future.

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How to Negotiate with Your Boss to Make More Money

If the thought of negotiating your salary makes you break out in a sweat, you’re not alone. According to a survey by compensation software company PayScale, only 43 percent of respondents asked for a raise in their current field.

Salary negotiations can be scary. Even the most seasoned professional can blanch at the idea of marching in and demanding more money from their boss. However, there will come a time when your current compensation does not reflect the value of your work.

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NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup May 24, 2019

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