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Welcome. Whether you are new to freefincal and/or new to personal finance and money management, we sincerely hope you find this site useful.  If you have just registered for news and insights via email, we look forward to interacting with you. 

Freefincal is a News Media Organization dedicated to providing original analysis, reports, reviews and insights on developments in mutual funds, stocks, investing, retirement and personal finance. We do so without conflict of interest and bias. To know more about us and our guiding principles, please see the about page.

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