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Bad News Coming Soon?

Today’s article covers possible bad news for stocks. Here’s a quote, “The pileup of recent stock-price losses is forcing money managers and investors to reckon with what they see as the growing possibility that stocks will be down at least 10% from their highs at some point this year. U.S. stocks haven’t fallen that much […]

Making Sure You Enjoy The Time AFTER You Retirement

We all know that saving for retirement is important. But today’s article is about making sure you can get to retirement and once you’re there, enjoy it! Here’s a quote from the article, “Smart planning and sensible tactics are necessary to make your 60s as great as they can be, a time when you reap […]

Starting Fresh With Your Finances

Looking to start over financially? It can be done! Today we are looking at an article that shows you how to turn a new leaf with your finances. According to the article, you can do it at any age, “And it doesn’t matter if you’re in your thirties, forties or fifties either—it’s never too late […]

Spring Clean Your Finances

Maybe you’ve already start some Spring cleaning projects in your home but now you can use your Spring cleaning skills elsewhere…your finances! Today we’re bringing you 8 helpful tidbits to cleaning up your finances. Here’s one, “take time this spring to opt for paperless billing wherever possible.” The article continues by saying going paperless can […]

What You Need To Know

Today’s article reveals information about stocks and the things you need to know. According to this read, you may want to “…ditch some of your stocks or shift into industries in which insiders aren’t heavily selling, such as energy, financials and basic industrials.” To read the article, CLICK HERE.

Retiring Not Only Happy But RICH!

Your timer for saving more than pennies for retirement may be going off soon. But saving up for it can seem like a scary task. How do you know if you’ll be able to retire and live free of financial woes? This week we bring you an article that gives you the recipe to retiring […]

High School Grads Now Compete With College Grads

“The jobless rate of Americans ages 25 to 34 who have only completed high school grew 4.3 percentage points to 10.6 percent in 2013 from 2007, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data.” That’s the statistic seen in this week’s article. It explains how there may be a new trend on the horizon. College graduates […]

Retirement Over College Savings

This week’s Zenect Wealth article is about taking care of yourself before your children. I know it may be hard to believe but doing this may actually save you in the long run. We’re talking, of course, about saving for retirement versus saving for college and why it makes sense to be a bit selfish. […]

Financial Therapy

Yes, you read that correctly. And yes, it is a “thing” nowadays. Do you ever find yourself anxious over a purchase and you wait weeks and weeks making sure it’s the best possible decision? Well, you may find this quite an interesting read. CLICK HERE to read the article.

Moves To Help Yourself

This week we’ll take a look at the best financial moves you should make. CLICK HERE to read the article.