Equifax Data Breach – What You Need to Know

You may have read that hackers broke into the Equifax database and stole personal information tied to 143 million people.  The hackers accessed people’s names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. They also stole credit card numbers for about 209,000 people and dispute documents with personal identifying information […]

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White Paper: A Powerful Retirement Tool for the Self-Employed

Hot off the presses, our White Paper on the Solo 401(k) will open the eyes of the self-employed. This powerful and widely unknown retirement account can help self-employed and independent contractors put away tens of thousands more for their retirement, all tax deductible! Click to read the DMG Solo 401k White Paper, and please feel free […]

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Guest Post! Protecting Your Family’s Financial Security: Tips For Allocating Your Resources Long Term

Today’s guest post is by Jackie Waters, author of Hyper-Tidy.com. Financial life planning as you build a family can get complicated. You not only have to cover the basics in your day-to-day lives, but you have to look ahead and consider investment and saving strategies to ensure that your children are taken care of if you […]

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Should you spend money on Experiences?

In this New York Times article, Carl Richards confirms an important lesson I learned for myself many years ago: It’s fine to spend money on memorable experiences. Earlier in life, I was certain that the wisest and most prudent use of discretionary money was to invest it into assets that would appreciate in value, like […]

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