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The High Price of a 401(k) Withdrawal

Life throws us lots of curve balls, and some of them are expensive. Should you turn to your 401(k) in an emergency? Chris Hogan breaks down the details of the 401(k) withdrawal and explains your options.

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Coronavirus Stock Market Crash: What’s Next?

Yes, Covid-19 has triggered a stock market crash. Let’s focus on what we can control in this uncertain time. Here are five steps you can take today to protect yourself, your family and your money. 

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How Kasey and Noah Paid Off Their Mortgage in Their 30s

Most people say that having a mortgage is just a fact of life. Well, who says you have to listen to most people? If the idea of paying off your house early seems as impossible as climbing Mount Everest, I want you to know that it is possible. You know how I know that? Because I talk to all sorts of people who have gotten focused and done it. That means you can too! 

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What Are Stocks and How Do They Work?

Did you ever hear the story about the tortoise and the hare when you were a kid? Believe it or not, we can learn about investing from this little tale. There’s a fast and reckless way to approach buying stocks (the hare) and a slow and steady way (the tortoise). I bet you can guess which one I recommend. Yup—the tortoise. I want you to win this race, no matter how long it takes!

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Stock Market Correction: What It Is and How to Handle It

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that things are pretty crazy on Wall Street. In early March of 2020, the economy took a dive, and we officially entered a bear market. So, how should you handle your investments in times like these? And what the heck do bears have to do with this anyway?

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How Does Compound Interest Work?

Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane—to algebra class. Do you remember learning about exponential growth? You have an equation to work out, and then you map a curved line on some graph paper. It starts out low and gradual, but when it finally takes off, it skyrockets! 

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4 Tips for a Successful Meeting With Your Tax Advisor

How many of you all like to roll up your sleeves and get work done around the house? A DIY project can be fun, depending on how big the project is. Adding a fresh coat of paint to a room? Sure. Fixing a massive hole in the roof? Nope! Time to hire someone.

Doing taxes on your own can be a big DIY headache—and for most people, I recommend meeting with a tax professional. You’ll save time, money and the stress of worrying if you’ve made a mistake.

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Celebrating Our Everyday Millionaires

It’s been a year since we launched the everyday millionaire movement.

We’re a group of people who don’t make excuses—we make progress. We overcome every obstacle that stands in our way because we know that our destiny lies in our own hands. Building wealth won’t happen overnight. It takes sacrifice, but it’s worth it. 

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Prepare for Retirement With the Ramsey Baby Steps

If you listen to my show, you’ve heard me say that preparing for retirement is a marathon—not a sprint. For the first few miles, I want you to create a solid financial foundation.

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403(b) vs. 401(k): What’s the Difference?

What pops into your head when you hear 403(b) or 401(k)? No, these aren’t droids from the latest Star Wars movie. They’re tools to help you build a solid financial future! And if you’re going to invest your hard-earned money in one of these plans, you need to fully understand how they work.   

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