Series I savings bonds were first issued by the U.S. Treasury in September of 1998, but have flown under the radar until recently. I bonds were designed to offer Americans a way to protect the purchasing power of their money in a safe investment backed by the U.S. government. The…
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Dave Ramsey has helped millions of Americans with debt, which is no easy feat. Over five million have participated in Financial Peace University, and…
Do you ever wonder if you have the right ratio of liquid cash vs. retirement savings? Especially now with ultra-low interest rates, cash feels like…
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You've Got Questions, I've Got Tumblers!Inflation has been persistently high, supply chain issues could impact holiday shopping, and proposed legislation might eliminate backdoor Roth …
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