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7 Easy Ways to Financially Educate your Kids and Tweens.

7 Easy Ways to Financially Educate your Kids and Tweens

As we head into August, many things are still uncertain. Especially when it comes to school and your child’s education.
How to Recover When Your Savings Runs Low

How to Recover When Your Savings Runs Low

Staying positive and planning for the future sounds great. But that optimistic outlook can be tough to maintain when unemployment benefits are running out, life is still a bit up-in-the-air, and your savings are nearly gone.
Power Moves

Power Moves

How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose Title: Power Moves: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose Author: Lauren McGoodwin
Envisioning Financial Freedom

Envisioning Financial Freedom

Financial freedom means something different for everyone. Whether you make $50,000 or $500,000 a year, financial freedom is about feeling free to spend money on things that matter to you without worrying about how you’ll afford it.
Build A Debt Recovery Plan

Build A Debt Recovery Plan

Carrying around excess debt can put a serious damper on your life plans. Not all debt is bad, but we highly recommend managing debt carefully. Good debt is when you borrow money to pay for things that will increase in value or generate income over time, like paying for college or buying a home.
Refinance your home; pay off debt faster

Refinance your home; pay off debt faster

Property values have gone up the last few years and mortgage rates are at historic lows. If you’re carrying too much debt and you own your home, now could be the right time to consider a home refinance and put your equity to work reducing your debt faster.
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