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    svetikd / Getty Images Purchasing a home in the usual way — which often requires very good credit, coming up with as much as 20% down, and is often out of reach for individuals on one income — can be a barrier to home ownership for many. In this current housing market, which has remained ...
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    Fritz Jorgensen / Getty Images Facebook Marketplace has become a go-to for consumers looking to buy and sell everything from vintage clothing to a used bike to furniture, or for those looking to rent an apartment or even buy a car. It’s targeted to your area of choice, giving you access to goods right in ...
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    Saving Money / Savings Advice MarioGuti / Getty Images Unlike your paycheck, which you earn for actively working, passive income is money you can make while vacationing on a beach. Earning a passive income can require you put your talents to work, make either a minimal investment or a large one, or simply offer to ...
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    In October 2021, crypto industry watchers scratched their heads as a collection of venture capital firms bet millions of dollars on reNFT, a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that helped people rent NFTs on the Ethereum mainnet. See Our List: 100 Most Influential Money Experts Looking To Diversify in a Bear Market? Consider These 6 Alternative ...
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    wundervisuals / iStock.com The price of clothes is up 4.2% since last August. This is partially due to rising cotton prices, in addition to retail workers demanding they be paid more. Some articles of clothing like formalwear have increased even more in price. Dresses cost almost 12% more than last year, and suits are sport ...
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    @samanthavaughan / Twenty20.com When financing a home, it’s usually a good idea to put down 20% as a down payment. This can result in a lower interest rate, better terms, and allows you to avoid paying private mortgage insurance. See Our List: 100 Most Influential Money ExpertsRelated: Best Cities To Retire on a Budget of ...
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    SolStock / iStock.com Prior to the pandemic, Baby Boomers — typically classified as people born between 1946 and 1964 — represented 41% of homeowners in the U.S, according to a special report from the Research Institute for Housing America. Live Updates: Financial Trends, Money News and MoreExplore: Younger Boomers May Outlive Their 401(k) Savings — ...
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    VectorStory / Getty Images/iStockphoto For many millennials — and even some younger members of Gen X — the 1990s were a blur of PC-based games and Nintendo cartridges. The rise of first-person shooters like Quake and Doom and the introduction of the first Pokemon games — Red and Blue — for Nintendo gave this generation ...
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    Feverpitched / Getty Images/iStockphoto The bidding wars and above-list sale prices that defined last year’s red-hot housing market forced frustrated buyers to the sidelines, where they would have to wait until the market cooled in 2022. Unfortunately for them, the new year did not bring any magic. Find Out: 8 Remote Jobs That Pay at ...
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    Stock-Asso / Shutterstock.com John Stuart Mill, a 19th-century British economist, shared in his 1848 book “Principles of Political Economy” this general thought: “Landlords grow rich in their sleep.” He was right. In the nearly 175 years since, tremendous wealth derived from investing in real estate has been passed from generation to generation. But you don’t ...