Category: Financial Advice

If there is a gaping hole in the curriculum of America’s schools it is financial education. It seems unbelievable to think why financial education doesn’t

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There’s no better time than now to help prepare your children (or grandchildren) for the future and the often tough financial decisions they’ll have to

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Sometimes life throws us unexpected curveballs – and more often than not they can have a comparatively large financial burden attached to them. If you’re

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Saving isn’t something that usually spontaneously happens. It’s a built up pattern over many years that eventually forms a habit. Unfortunately, many Americans just never

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How much and with what frequency you save may often can be the difference between success and some big obstacles in your professional and personal

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Just because you can swipe your credit card and pick up that shiny new thing you wanted, doesn’t mean you should. Credit cards have lured

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Credit cards are everywhere these days – and with good reason. These pint-sized plastic placards have allowed millions of people across the globe to purchase

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Unless you’ve turned a blind eye to the world, you can’t help but notice that the financial outlook in America these days seems a little

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I’m happy to announce that over the next few months I’ll be ramping up my outreach on social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter and

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Provided by Wells Fargo. On December 17, 2010, President Obama signed H.R. 4853, The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010

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