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D is for Don’t Let Your Divorce Negatively Define You

“You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ― Joseph Campbell Dealing with divorce is a harsh reality; after all no one gets married expecting divorce in their future, yet it happens to a large number of  married couples. Divorce happens to good people. It […]

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Financial Confidence a Chief Concern for Women.

August 2011 “Making a positive impact on as many lives as I can.” Please contact me if you have friends and family who would enjoy receiving this newsletter! Ann Zuraw, CFP®, CFA®, CDFA® Compass Financial Partners, LLC Wealth Advisor 3623 North Elm Street Suite 201 Greensboro, NC 27455 336-510-1329 Fax: 336-510-1553 azuraw@compassfp.com http://www.WomenMoneyand Divorce.com YOUR […]

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H is for How Does Your Money History Affect You Today?

    We all have different values, attitudes and behaviors that are unique to us based upon our life experiences. These experiences and lessons extend to our emotional connection with money. The lessons learned from our parents or caregivers regarding money can follow us into adulthood. Some of these lessons will help you while others […]

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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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Fabulous Financial Fact – Price to Earnings Ratio.

Welcome back to Fabulous Financial Facts. I am Ann Zuraw. When a lot of investors think about the value of a company, they usually start with the Price to Earnings ratio or P/E ratio. The P/E ratio tells you how much you are paying for each dollar relative to company’s profit. The P/E ratio gives […]

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Fabulous Financial Facts – Bull Market vs. Bear Market.

Welcome back to Fabulous Financial Facts. I am Ann Zuraw. If you read newspapers or watch TV you have heard the terms bull or bear market. The term “bull or bear market” is often used to refer to the stock market, but can also be applied to anything that is traded such as bonds, currencies […]

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AZ Asks: Abbey Donnelly to tell us how Networking Works.

    Abby Donnelly is a partner and Executive Coach with Training & Development Solutions (TDS), a Sandler Training® franchise servicing the Triad. They are experts at improving sales and leadership performance. Abby has worked with hundreds of clients ranging from Fortune 500 to boutique professional firms. Her greatest strength is as a Trusted Advisor to […]

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Chicks Chat and Change Fabulous Financial Facts – Common Stock Vs. Preferred Stock

Welcome to Chicks, Chat and Change. I am Ann Zuraw We are continuing on with our Financial Terminology 101 and I promise to keep it simple. You already know that the slice of cake represents one piece of ownership in a company and is called a stock share. To raise capital, companies can issue two […]

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Chicks Chat and Change Fabulous Financial Facts – Bonds

Hi, I’m Ann Zuraw. Welcome back to Chicks Chat and Change. Today we’re going to talk about bonds and continue our Financial Terminology 101 class. If you need cash for only a specific time you might offer bonds. A bond is a debt investment with which an investor would loan money to your cake business […]

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Chicks, Chat and Change – Wecome to Financial Terminology – Stocks

Hi. I am Ann Zuraw and welcome back to Chicks, Chat and Change. It is time for us to Change it up a little. A viewer said it would be very helpful to explain some basic financial terms that we all hear frequently in a way that would be very simple to understand. So welcome […]

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