One of the more interesting questions I was asked recently had to do with dividend stocks. I thought some basic information on dividend stocks might be of interest.
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If you are going to improve your money management abilities and make your way down the path to financial freedom, one of the most important things you can do is decide on what’s important to you.
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Getting your feet wet in the real world, finding a job and spending your new found money seems to be consistent on every graduates radar. So what first? Paying off student loans or saving for retirement?