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Ways for Your Personal Finances to Survive in 2020

Ways for Your Personal Finances to Survive in 2020

It seems like our uncertain times are here to stay. Our country has been through several life-altering events in 2020. Our Gross Domestic Product - the United States' economic growth indicator - was expected to drop to thirty to forty percent in the second quarter...

Relaunching New Website in A Turbulent Year

Relaunching New Website in A Turbulent Year

We are proud to be relaunching a modern new version of our website. July 1st marks the beginning of the second half of the year! So much has happened in the first six months of 2020. Our country has been shaken to its core. Hopefully, we will continue to change and...

2019 – A Year of Dreams Realized and Progress Made for the Future

2019 – A Year of Dreams Realized and Progress Made for the Future

Prior to this past year, my hope was to help people, teaching them how to become financially healthy. After a lot of research and networking with many industry experts, I made the decision on January 1st to take the plunge and start my own personal finance consulting...

Advice For Ending The Year Right With Your Personal Finances

Advice For Ending The Year Right With Your Personal Finances

Once again the year is quickly running out, which means it is time to sit down, analyze, and evaluate how good you stand financially going into the New Year. We have probably spent the whole year taking care of our various financial issues without keeping track or a...

Be Thankful and Cool Your Shopping Habits

Be Thankful and Cool Your Shopping Habits

As the weather cools this time of year, it can only mean one thing - Thanksgiving is upon us. The tradition has been around the U.S. for centuries. A new major "holiday" that we celebrate now is BLACK FRIDAY. What used to be the kickoff to the Christmas shopping...

Personal Finances through the Life Stages

Personal Finances through the Life Stages

Each life stage - schooling, first jobs, marriage, children, career changes, and retirement - brings with them their own personal finance challenges. The needs and wants of each generation change as they go through these life stages. The same basic financial health...

Student Loans – The new crisis haunting many Americans

Student Loans – The new crisis haunting many Americans

Browsing through recent financial news articles, student loan debt of Americans is being described by many sources as a new Crisis.More than 40 million Americans have student debt. Many of them are struggling with just meeting minimum required down payments and many...

Seasons of Change with Your Personal Finance Plan

Seasons of Change with Your Personal Finance Plan

Autumn comes on Monday, September 23rd, where summer afternoons wain and the crispness of fall mornings begin. This is a great time to take stock of your personal finances, before Halloween, the Holidays, and the New Year come upon us. The question that should really...

Your Senior High Children and Their Finances

Your Senior High Children and Their Finances

At this time of year, children are heading back to school. Many are beginning their Senior high year - excited with the anticipation of activities, college applications, and graduation. For parents, the big question is how the parent will finance their college...

Here’s How Gen Z and Their Parents can Combat Financial Stress

Here’s How Gen Z and Their Parents can Combat Financial Stress

Gen Z, and parents, preparing to live financially fit while in college is causing anxiety and stress on the Gen Z population and their parents. How can they prepare better? It is no longer news that the young Gen Z adults are stressed out and anxious over so many...

Financial Freedom…  Really?

Financial Freedom… Really?

As we celebrate our nation's 243rd Independence Day this month, I am thankful for all those who have given their lives for our freedom. This holiday also reminds me of our financial freedom. What does this phrase mean? To me, true financial freedom is having savings,...

Types of Financial Fraud and Scams Hitting US Senior Citizens

Types of Financial Fraud and Scams Hitting US Senior Citizens

According to reports and statistics, at least one in every eighteen cognitively intact senior citizens of the US fall victim of financial fraud and scams annually. This is roughly 5.4% of the country’s senior citizens.A 2015 report puts the estimate of the money lost...

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