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Money Roundup: How to Create Money Out of Nothing, “Uncertainty” in Investing, and More

Here's our mid-May collection of interesting articles from around the web. We hope you find them to be interesting and educational. Stay safe!
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Money Roundup: The Tip of the Iceberg, When You Have No Idea What Happens Next, and More

Here's our May Day collection of interesting reads on investing and other financial topics. We hope you find them interesting and helpful! 'Tip of the iceberg': Economy shrinks at 4.8% pace, but worst is yet to come
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Money Roundup: The Employment Implosion, Knowledge of the Future, and More

Here is our latest collection of helpful insights and information about investing, personal finance, and stewardship. Stay safe!
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Roundup: The CARES Act and Your Retirement Account, Craziest Month in Market History, and More

Here's our first weekend-in-April collection of interesting articles on investing, personal finance, and stewardship. We hope they're helpful to you. Stay safe!
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When a “Bucket Strategy” Shines

If you're retired, or close to retirement, having plenty of cash on hand allows you to take a bear market in stride. You can calmly wait for your stock-based investments to recover.
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Setting an Emergency-Savings Target

By protecting you during life's short-term financial storms, a well-funded emergency reserve helps ensure your longer-term financial well-being.
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Money Roundup: ETFs and the Coronavirus Crash, Wise Words on Surviving Bear Markets, and More

Here's this week's collection of worthwhile reads on investing, personal finance, stewardship — and even medical statistics. We hope you find these articles to be helpful.
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Money Roundup: Why the Fed Is Likely to Cut Rates Again, Pandemics and Portfolios, and More

As we wrap up another wild week in the markets, here's our latest collection of worthwhile reads on investing, personal finance, and stewardship. 
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Life Insurance: Which Kind Is Right for You?

The primary choice in life insurance is between “term” insurance (which expires after a defined period) and “permanent” insurance (which doesn’t expire until you do). Here's what you need to know to make that
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Is Your Home an Investment?

Whether you think of your house as an “investment” or an “expense” isn’t just a matter of semantics. Your view of home ownership likely will affect other financial
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