NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup April 12, 2019

THE NEXTGEN WEALTH WEEKLY ROUNDUP 4 12 2019

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What Issues Should You Consider Before You Retire?

What Issues to Consider Before You Retire

Are you looking forward to the day you retire? Many dream of retirement, counting down the days when they can leave the cubicle life behind. But, before you turn in your work badge, make sure your finances are in order first.

Not being prepared financially could mean having to get back to work or worse - running out of money. Going down the checklist below will ensure you’ve covered all the major issues you need to consider before you retire.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup April 5, 2019

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When to Update Your Estate Plan

When to Update Your Estate Plan

If you already have an estate plan, you’re ahead of the majority of Americans. According to a survey by Caring.com, more than half of people don’t have a will or living trust. Even if you have your estate documents in order, you’re not done.

Chances are you’re still many years away from needing to put your end-of-life plan into motion. There are still many changes in your life that need to be reflected by updating your documents. It’s an essential part of making sure everything is in order for your family and heirs.

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The Best Money Saving Tips for College

The Best Money Saving Tips for College

Do you have a child that might go to college someday? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we provide you with our best college savings tips regardless if your child is 10 years away or 1 year away. We have tips for all of them.

Let’s face it, saving and paying for college can be overwhelming. Knowing how much to save for college, what types of accounts to utilize (529 Plans, UTMA/UGMA accounts, IRA’s, etc) and how to invest the money, can lead you into paralysis by analysis.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup March 15, 2019

THE NEXTGEN WEALTH WEEKLY ROUNDUP 3 15 2019

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How to Create a Digital Estate Plan

How to Create a Digital Estate Plan

I’m assuming you’ve never heard of a digital estate plan before, but I am guessing you know the importance an estate plan to help take care of your physical assets. Things like your primary residence, other real estate, jewelry, investment accounts, etc.

The digital world is now an integral part of our personal lives. Few people consider their digital assets and what should be done with them when they pass away. This is where having a digital estate plan in place can be a great idea.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup March 8, 2019

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How to Invest Your Lottery Winnings (or any large sum of money)

How to Invest Your Lottery Winnings

Winning the lottery or coming into a large sum of money can change your life in more ways than one. You’ve probably read about people who have won the lottery and then went broke. With proper planning, you can avoid their fate. Today, we’re going to show you how to invest your lottery winnings or, for that matter, any large lump sum of money that happens to come your way.

It’s not every day that you find yourself in such a position. While you may want to run out and buy everything your heart desires, this is not the best course. If you take the necessary steps to get your finances in order, you can beat the odds and avoid squandering your windfall.

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The Best Reward Credit Cards for Cash Back and Travel

The Best Reward Credit Cards for Cash Back and Travel

If you’re already using credit cards to make the majority of your purchases, you may be wondering if you’re getting the best rewards. With so many reward card options out there, it can be confusing trying to figure out which one you should use.

Before going further, a quick disclaimer: if you are in credit card debt, work on paying that off as quickly as possible. Don’t get new credit cards - in fact, just don’t use credit cards at all. Using credit cards can be a great way to earn rewards and get cash back but only if used responsibly.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup February 15, 2019

THE NEXTGEN WEALTH WEEKLY ROUNDUP 2 15 2019

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How to Create a Login Safety Plan Webinar

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Do you know where and how to access all of your families financial accounts (banking, investments, credit cards, mortgage, etc.)? Do you know all of the username’s and passwords in case something were to happen?

If not, you’re not alone. If you’re not in charge of it, then it’s out of sight out of mind.

However, if you’re like most married couples, one person handles the finances/bills while the other takes care of other chores. Over time, we eventually just take each other’s chores for granted.

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How to Make Passive Income: 15 Ideas to Get You Started

How to Make Passive Income

If you want more freedom over your time, building passive income streams should be a priority. Finding ways to convert active income, i.e. your job, to a passive model will give you more agency over your waking hours.

Working a day job means you’re trading time for money. Every day, you wake up and get ready to go to your job, get in the car and sit in traffic until you finally make it to the office. On the other hand, earning passive income requires little time and effort on your part once you have everything set up.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup, February 8, 2019

THE NEXTGEN WEALTH WEEKLY ROUNDUP 2 8 2019

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup February 1, 2019

THE NEXTGEN WEALTH WEEKLY ROUNDUP 2 1 2019

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup, January 25, 2019

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Quick and Easy Ways to Earn Extra Cash

Quick and Easy Ways to Earn Extra Cash

If you’re looking for some ways to earn extra cash, getting a side hustle can be a good idea. Having extra money can help you cover your bills or pay down debt. Maybe you want some spending money for the weekend? Or you’d like to save up for a vacation? Earning money on the side can make a big difference and help you achieve your goals faster.

There are many different ways to make extra cash. Some require you to have specific equipment while others don’t need much in terms of startup costs. Browse through the ideas below and pick a few you can try out over the next few weeks.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup January 18, 2019

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Welcome to the weekly roundup where I share with you interesting articles from across the web. I hope you enjoy and absolutely feel free to share and pass along.

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The NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup January 11, 2019

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Welcome to the weekly roundup where I share with you interesting articles from across the web. I hope you enjoy and absolutely feel free to share and pass along.

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The Easiest Ways to Save Money

The easiest ways to save money

Many Americans are one paycheck away from going into debt to pay for an emergency. A report by the Federal Reserve on the economic well-being of U.S. households found that 40 percent of American’s can’t afford an unexpected $400 expense. Having some extra cash can help you be prepared in case financial disaster strikes.

There are many different ways to save money – some easier than others. Pick what works for you and stick with it for a few months, setting aside the money that you save in a separate savings account. You can use the extra money to start an emergency fund or invest for retirement.

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