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Habits of the Most Successful Business Owners | XL Financial Blog

Habits of the Most Successful Business Owners

Posted on 04. Jan, 2016 by .

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Some make it and some don’t. Being a successful business owner is not an easy job for anyone. It requires dedication, passion and hard work to own a business, and even that does not guarantee success. However, it’s obvious that some business owners thrive with apparent ease while others struggle in an obvious manner. What’s […]

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Don’t Hide From Student Loan Debt

Don’t Hide From Student Loan Debt

Posted on 09. Oct, 2015 by .

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For students who have just graduated college, there is the euphoria of having completed such a monumental task coupled with the stress of moving into the real world, finding a job, and dealing with student loan debt. Here are some steps you can take to make the loan repayment process a little lower on the […]

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The Big Benefits of Starting a Savings Account | XL Financial Blog

The Big Benefits of Starting a Savings Account

Posted on 22. Sep, 2015 by .

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If you are either young or old, it can be difficult to save for the future. You might only get enough money to just cover your bills, but saving a little bit extra can protect your future and help you prepare for retirement. It is never too late to start saving, but if you are […]

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Retirement | XLFinancialBlog.com

Avoid These Retirement Pitfalls

Posted on 06. May, 2015 by .

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Retirement can be a glorious stage where you finally have time to do all the things you have been putting off. Do not make these mistakes, though, and add worry to your plate later on.   Not Saving Enough One mistake many people tend to make is underestimating how long they will actually live past […]

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Student Loans | XLFinancialBlog.com

Use Student Loans Wisely

Posted on 25. Mar, 2015 by .

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Congratulations, you are going to college! Now you just have to pay for it. Unless you have saved money, earned a scholarship, or come from a well-to-do family, you will probably need to take out student loans to cover your costs of tuition and books. This can be a good option, as long as you […]

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Small Business Financial Tips | XLFinancialBlog.com

4 Financial Tips for Small Businesses

Posted on 25. Feb, 2015 by .

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  As a small business owner, you understand the importance of being financially savvy on the daily decisions you need to make for your company. It is important to start your business off on the right foot and avoid the money pitfalls that many newbies make. Here is a guide to four of the best […]

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Summer Spending | XL Financial Blog

Summer Spending

Posted on 27. May, 2014 by .

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Summer is something that it seems everyone from age 2 to 102 look forward to each year. One thing that many from all lifestyles do tend to struggle with however is summer spending. You want to do it all and make the most of it but if you are not careful, your summer plans can […]

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3 Ways to Plan and Prepare for Retirement

Posted on 31. Jan, 2014 by .

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Right now, you are probably just going about your normal work day and not thinking about the future. However, retirement will come sooner than you think and you want to be prepared. It is a good idea to start your retirement planning now so that you can have the financial security you need in the […]

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The Cost of Children is on the Rise

Posted on 28. Jan, 2014 by .

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Financial experts estimate the average cost of raising a child to be over $240,000 and that is without including the expense of college, which will double the original estimate. The largest part of this staggering amount is providing housing which accounts for over 30%.  Childcare and education comprise eighteen percent of this total and food […]

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How To Find A Financial Advisor

Posted on 14. Nov, 2013 by .

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Are you trying to find a financial advisor? Financial advisors can help you figure out the best way to save, invest, and spend your money. They can help you with a specific financial goal, like buying a house, or give you a broad view of the state of your finances. Some specialize in a specific […]

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