Do you know why you make the investment choices that you do? Keeping track may be of great help in making more sound financial and investing decisions. Emotions will always play a part in investment decisions, but how can you make sure that you're not risking your finances because of your emotions? Here are some good thoughts on keeping your heart under control when your brain needs to make money decisions for your future and your retirement. via @EricNisall
Emergency Funds: A Vital Part Of Any Financial Plan
Emergency funds are of great assistance in case of, well, emergencies. It is up to you to decide just how much should be in you particular account. When you are planning out your budget, figuring out your longer term finances, making investment and retirement decisions and in general being on top of your money, you'll need to consider how to treat your emergency fund. Read this post for more thoughts on emergency funds. via @EricNisall
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