Year: 2011

Financial Advice

If an emergency fund isn’t already a part of your plan, it needs to be ASAP. So many people found themselves in serious trouble during

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Financial Advice

It’s that time of year again. Just a few short days away, April kicks off National Financial Literacy Month. It has been seven years since

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Financial Advice

Each year passes by without a strong curriculum of financial education in our schools nationwide. This is simply unacceptable. And though many of us have

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Financial Advice

The Center for Debt Management categories debt as “spent future income.” If you’ve accumulated enough debt, you may be spending years’ worth of future income

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Financial Advice

Americans and many other people across the world have made building up debt an art form. In little debaucheric episodes we fly out to our

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Financial Advice

So you’ve found yourself with a pile of debt and now you’re wondering how to unbury. First, don’t fret. Virtually everyone has some form of

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Financial Advice

I want you to do something right now. I want you to stop for just a moment and think about your dream life. What it

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Financial Advice

Success isn’t a destination or a prize to be won. It’s not some stop along the route of life or a peak to be reached

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Financial Advice

Check out this excerpt from the AICPA State Society Communicator. So glad to have this endorsement from such a great group. Building upon their already

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Financial Advice

One thing I’ve found in some teens is that occasionally they don’t take themselves seriously. That’s a big problem when it comes to their self-identity

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