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We’re fans of DIY money management, but there are times in your life that it might make sense to hire a financial planner. If you do, Certified Financial Planner Jeff Rose suggests asking them one simple question: “How do you get paid?”
A great HDTV doesn’t have to break the bank. Sure, you could spend thousands on a panel, but a cheap model will still get you a large screen with great picture quality, solid features and all the connectivity options you require, while still being thin and trim. This week we’re looking at five of the best budget sets; all well under $1000.
One of the first things most adults have to do in their financial lives is set a budget. You were probably taught this from a parent, teacher, or even a friendly neighbourhood website. One lesson you might have missed: budgets fail. And that’s OK.