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R is for Raising Financially RESPONSIBLE Children.

  Most parents will have the drug and the sex talks with their children, but what about the money talks? Statistics show that very few adults have been educated properly on how to manage their own money. This may be indicative of the enormous amount of personal debt our society is facing right now. Today’s […]

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Chicks Chat and Change Presents “Financial Issues to Consider during Divorce”

“Financial Issues to Consider during Divorce” Thursdays • February 28 & March 7, 2013 5:30 – 7:00pm • (2-Part series) Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro • 628 Summit Ave. • Greensboro, NC •27405 (336) 275-6090 www.womenscentergso.org  Registration Required • Childcare not provided Class 1 – February 28th: • Financial Issues to Consider during Divorce • […]

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Chicks Chat and Change – Fabulous Financial Facts- Market Cap

Chicks, Chat and Change Financial Terminology 101 Welcome back. I am Ann Zuraw We are continuing on with our Financial Terminology 101 and keeping it very simple and general. Today we are going to talk about what Market Capitalization or Market “Cap” is. Market Cap is one measure by which a company’s size is classified. […]

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What’s inside Your Purse? – Newlyweds

The stories I am hearing are wonderful and right on target for our financial discussions and I will be sharing them with you in upcoming videos. Here’s today’s story. Early on in her marriage a young newlywed decided that she would be diligent about using coupons for everything and she always would take the savings […]

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Fabulous Financial Facts – Tax Strategies for Job Hunters

If you are one of the many who became unemployed or have had to move out of town to find a job, you may qualify for additional tax deductions for the year as long as you are searching for a job within your current occupation. You are still allowed to still take deductions even if […]

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Choosing Healthy Habits in the New Year.

  Join us for a Special Women’s Seminar as we explore our Financial, Spiritual and Physical well being in the New Year.   This session will be not only informative but fun!  Experience whole health as you connect the mind,  body and spirit.      When:                  Saturday, January […]

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Long-term Care Lunch and Learn Session, January 17th, 2013

Join Chicks, Chat and Change For An Informative Session on Long-Term Care Ann Zuraw, CFP®, CFA®,CDFA®             Please join us and bring along a friend as we learn more about Long-Term Care Insurance and plan for a healthy financial future.    When:             January 17th, 2013 Time:              12:00 to 1:30 p.m. Where:           Ann Zuraw, CFP®,CFA®,CDFA™                         Compass Financial Partners, LLC                         3623 North […]

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Fabulous Financial Facts – Spending Strategy for the Holidays

During the holiday season, shopping for presents can bring on two things –emotional and financial stress! Over spending and running up large balances on your cards can lead to high interest charges in addition to your holiday purchases. It might also mean that you don’t end up paying off these charges until the spring or […]

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Fabulous Financial Facts – Some Things Your Kids Need to Know About Money.

It is never too early or too late to teach your kids about money. If you don’t talk to your kids about money, it can lead to bad habits and bad habits can stay with them for a lifetime — possibly leading to bad money decisions down the road. Kids need to know the difference […]

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Fabulous Financial Facts — What to Teach Your Kids about the Economy.

Welcome back to Fabulous Financial Facts. I am Ann Zuraw. You might be asking yourself why kids need to know about the economy. Stories about banks failing, bailouts, the deficit, housing market and the Dow Jones Industrial Average are in the news daily and are  all pieces of our economy. Knowing about economics helps them […]

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