Weekend Edition: Stay informed with your money 10/31/15

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It’s time to catch up with this week’s news edition that caught our attention. The news topics covered the usual debt, retirement and consumer spending. However, it was Hillary Clinton’s honesty about taking down the big banks that drew media’s attention. This what is happening in the news.

Investing in retirement can be overwhelming for ones who aren’t familiar with type of funds, strategies, and objectives. The more you know, the more you are confident in investing.

A simple retirement investing strategy that actually works

http://money.cnn.com/2015/10/21/retirement/retirement-investing-strategy/index.html?iid=SF_LN

Many lenders would suggest that mortgage and student loans are considered good debt. But in the opinion of those who are obligated to repay would be quick to argue that any debt is bad debt.

Paying off student debt is about to get easier for 5 million borrowers

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/REPAYE-student-loan-repayment-plan-205415637.html

 
There Are Going to Be Some Major Debates Inside the Fed This Week
 
Cracking the vault
 
Hillary Clinton tells Colbert she’d break up big banks, let them fail

 

 

 

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Bahiyah Shabazz is the President of Shabazz Management GroupFabulous & Money Savvy and BROWN GIRLS DO INVE$T. She has appeared and given financial advice on various media outlets, and is the author of Women Building Wealth.

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Bahiyah Shabazz is one of the nation’s leading financial experts on the art of maximizing your growth. She's a wealth building expert, author, speaker, financial advocate, magazine and online columnist.

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