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Conventional investment advice assumes that you don't mind putting your money in the hands of the country's large corporations by way of index funds that hold shares of all of the companies in the S&P 500. Some industries that may cause people concern include defense, tobacco, gambling and alcohol. For those who feel uneasy about owning the commonly criticized companies held by these funds, there are socially responsible investments (like mutual funds and exchange-traded funds) that screen out businesses you may not agree with morally. For some people, though, even the best socially responsible and environmentally ...
that examines whether it is possible to live life completely free of debt and credit cards. In my opinion, it is possible, though it does limit your options. Some people argue that the ability to finance such purchases affords people opportunities they would not otherwise have—the opportunity to attend a prestigious private university, for example. Others see the easy availability of financing as a serious handicap for those who choose to take advantage of it. After all, how fun is it to pursue your dream of going to law school when you’re racking up $100,000 worth of debt in ... Read More
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