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We all have dreams, both big and small. But it takes a plan of action to make them come to life. Here's to those who are ready to take charge of tomorrow.

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5 Financial Moves You'll Regret When You Retire

It’s easy to put retirement planning on the back burner, especially when it seems so far away. But the money decisions we make today without thinking could have a huge impact on your financial security in your later years. Here are 5 major money mistakes that might affect your retirement. Source: wisebread.com.

4 Deadlines to Keep in Mind to Give Your 2017 a Financial Boost

4 Deadlines to Keep in Mind to Give Your 2017 a Financial Boost

Damian Davila for LongLiveYourMoney.com

2017 is just around the corner and many Americans are already thinking about their New Year’s Resolutions. After all, about 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions. If you’re among those who are already calling it quits on this year’s money related resolutions and want a fresh start on the ones for next year, then keep in mind the following four deadlines to set yourself up for financial success in 2017.

Change Jars and 8 Other Clever Ways to Build an Emergency Fund

Saving money is not easy. For many Americans, there's not much cash left over once the bills get paid each month. Building up an emergency fund and saving for retirement is a struggle, but it's not impossible. Sometimes, it just starts with a small step. Consider taking these small steps to building positive financial habits, and you'll start to see your bank account grow.

6 Money Lessons from Paul Samuelson

6 Money Lessons from Paul Samuelson

Damian Davila for LongLiveYourMoney.com

The first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and recipient of America’s top science honor, the National Medal of Science, Paul Samuelson had fundamental contributions to economic science, education, and policy for over 60 years. First published in 1948, his seminal textbook “Economics: An Introductory Analysis” has been translated into 20 languages and continues to influence generations of college students.

End-of-Year Bonus Coming Up? Here Are 5 Better Ways How to Spend It

Good news: more and more Americans are getting holiday bonuses. In 2015, 78% of employers planned to provide some form of holiday bonus for their employees, up from 53% of employers in 2014. If you’re among the lucky ones to get a lucky windfall this year, you’ll be tempted to take a cruise to the Bahamas or revamp your entire wardrobe. To keep your financial plans, here are five better ways to spend that end-of-year bonus or commission check.

6 Dumb Places You’re Leaving Your Money

Old habits and new technologies alike make it easy to throw our money out into the universe—and promptly forget about where it’s gone or why we put it there.

5 Financial Moves You Should Make 5 Years Before Retirement

Planning for retirement is a lifelong pursuit. Building a sizeable nest egg takes years of saving diligently and being smart with other finance-related issues.

6 Things That Cost Women More in Retirement

Women have fought through differences and inequalities for ages, and while social and financial gaps are finally beginning to equal out, the prices paid for certain amenities aren’t likely to budge—even in retirement.

12 Money-Saving Moves that Are Actually More Expensive in the Long Run

Most of us are on a constant search for savings—cutting corners and capitalizing on sales as often as possible.

3 Things the Olympics Teach Us About Planning for Retirement

The Olympics never fail to showcase the outstanding work ethic, sportsmanship and competitive drive of the world’s best athletes.