Year: 2011

It is far past time for some financial change – a healthy curriculum of financial education – to be a mandated part of graduation from

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Learning is a communal and societal process. We are each smarter because of the collective knowledge passed down and stored from generation to generation. We

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In case you haven’t heard the rumor mill yet, I’m proud to be a part of a new book written by Napoleon Hill, and being

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Giving back to your community or those abroad is a rewarding experience. Whether it’s from your wallet, your time or your personality, giving back to

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Taking a personal review, or personal audit, of your own finances is no easy task but well worth it in the end. A personal audit

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Turning a hobby into a money maker is a great way to start generating a little extra income while having fun! Whether it’s painting, bead-making,

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One of the best ways to learn is to involve all your problem solving and naturally competitive skills by turning anything into a game. That

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When you take the time to separate your wants from needs, you’d be surprised how many little extras you’re spending your hard earned money on,

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If you’re in Scottsdale this April 12, you’re happily invited to the first ThriveTime for Adults beta game test! You could be one of the first

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After taking the time to get organized, it’s time to actually sit down for an intensive review of your expenses and finances, and to likely

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