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David Lerner Associates: How to Build an Emergency Fund

David Lerner Associates: How to Build an Emergency Fund

02/13/2016 - Creating a healthy emergency fund can be a lofty and intimidating goal. But in these uncertain economic times, such a fund is needed more than ever yet almost two-thirds of Americans are not prepared to for unexpected expenses.

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David Lerner Associates: Your Financial Mindset and StressDavid Lerner Associates: Your Financial Mindset and Stress

02/06/2016 - According to the American Institute of Stress, over 70% of people experience physical or psychological symptoms caused by stress. The cost of daily living; bills, kids, jobs... this is the stress we tend to ignore or push down. Left uncontrolled this stress affects your health, your body and your immune system, not to mention your ability to perform on the job, and thus your bottom line.

David Lerner Associates: Three Steps for Financial FreedomDavid Lerner Associates: Three Steps for Financial Freedom

02/04/2016 - Everyone's financial situation is unique based on their individual goals, needs, and lifestyle demands. What concerns one person (overwhelming credit card debt, for example) may be completely different from another's (saving for retirement or a child's college education).

David Lerner Associates: How to Develop a Wealth MentalityDavid Lerner Associates: How to Develop a Wealth Mentality

02/03/2016 - There is no such thing as "get rich quick" for most of us, unless you're Mark Zuckerberg or one of those people who become ridiculously wealthy in a short amount of time. The good news is that building wealth is entirely under your own control. All it takes is smart decisions and breaking bad habits.

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Retirement Planning Information

Rethink Your Retirement StrategiesRethink Your Retirement Strategies

01/07/2016 - One important area of your financial well-being you should be thinking about in January is retirement. The good news is that Americans saved more in 2015 - 5.1% up from 4.6% in 2013. The bad news is that less of this money went to retirement funds.

Baby Boomers Working in Retirement Need SkillsBaby Boomers Working in Retirement Need Skills

12/29/2015 - For many Baby Boomers in the U.S., working during retirement has become a necessary part of the plan. This could mean finding a new job or moving from full-time to part-time in the job they have now. A new study shows that the number of available jobs in the middle-skill level (41% of all jobs) is decreasing, while low-skill and high-skill jobs have increased. This means that Baby Boomers expecting to work in retirement might need to rethink their plan.

Retirement Planning Tips for EntrepreneursRetirement Planning Tips for Entrepreneurs

12/21/2015 - It's never too late to start being retirement-savvy. And while the sometimes unpredictable nature of small business can make your monthly financial planning, well, unpredictable, here are some steps you can take to gain control of your retirement plan.

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Women's Financial Literacy

David Lerner Associates: US Not in Top 10 for Basic Financial Literacy TestDavid Lerner Associates: US Not in Top 10 for Basic Financial Literacy Test

12/07/2015 - When it comes to managing our personal finances, it appears that Americans could use a little help. In a recent global quiz, Americans did not even make the top 10!

David Lerner Associates: Smart Financial Advice for Female Entrepreneurs David Lerner Associates: Smart Financial Advice for Female Entrepreneurs

10/20/2015 - Although there have been some real advances for women in the workplace over the past decade, there are still challenges. One way to circumvent these challenges is to start your own business.

David Lerner Associates: Women Entrepreneurs Leading the WayDavid Lerner Associates: Women Entrepreneurs Leading the Way

09/30/2015 - Gone are the days when the typical American woman was a stay-at-home mom. Today they're making waves - and money - in the business world

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