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M is for The Magic or Madness of Money and the Brain

Today’s neuroscientist and psychologist are studying what happens inside our brains when we think about money. Researchers in the emerging field of neuro-economics are finding that our thoughts on money create a great deal of brain activity that may powerfully influence our thoughts and actions. So, what message does the thought of money send to […]

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Y is for Yoga and Your Money

Y is for Yoga and Your Money

Yoga is one of the most popular forms of exercise today. Many believe that beyond yoga’s trendiness, there are real health and wellness benefits to incorporating a dedicated yoga practice into your life. But what does this have to do with money? For starters, the ease of the anxiety and stress of everyday life as […]

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T is for Tax Mistakes You Should Avoid

There is no doubt our tax laws can be complicated. The continued expansion of our tax code, along with its complexity, helps to create a playground for common mistakes. Making one of these mistakes, no matter how small, may result in underpayment, overpayment or delays on your refund. Let’s go over some of the most common […]

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AZ Asks Advisor Views

Advisor Views A feature from Ann Zuraw, Zuraw Financial Advisors,   LLC. Advisor Views offers timely investment news and market updates designed to keep you informed, while        enhancing your overall investment experience. Human Capital: Don’t Overlook this Important Asset Class  When considering asset classes, most investors think of things such as stocks and bonds, commodities or real estate. Each […]

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S is for a Successful Financial Future

S is for a Successful Financial Future

One of the most important lessons when planning for a successful financial future is finding a way to control your money instead of letting it control you. Success is about your choices, priorities, values and the development of healthy financial habits. The following tips may help lead you to financial comfort, contentment and a valued […]

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Q is for “Should I Quit My Job to raise the children”?

Are you thinking about quitting you job to devote more time at home to raise your kids? This is a question many women struggle with when children come along. After all, taking care of children and a full-time career can be overwhelming. But quitting your job should not be done impulsively; there are many questions […]

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Join Zuraw Financial at Well•Spring Retirement

 CHART YOUR COURSE TOWARDS A FULFILLING AND SELF-CONFIDENT FUTURE. Join Zuraw Financial and Well•Spring for an informative monthly workshop to focus on money matters. We will address many topics that affect your financial future but are afraid to think about. We will discuss ways to help you feel self-confident about your financial decision-making. Take advantage […]

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AZ Asks: Advisors Views

  Advisor Views A feature from Ann Zuraw, Zuraw Financial Advisors, LLC. Advisor Views offers timely investment news and market updates designed to keep you informed, while enhancing your overall investment experience.   Behavioral Finance: Are We Ruled by Emotion? If asked, most people would probably say they are rational individuals who make wise decisions. Indeed, […]

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L is for Loosen your Purse Strings for Charity

Take your pick of the many charitable organizations at home and around the world.  What is it that concerns you most?  We are each uniquely drawn to certain causes as we are all distinctively different people.  Decide which charities you’re passionate about, whether they help reduce global poverty, research cures for illness, or help right […]

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K is for Knowing how divorce can affect student eligibility for financial aid?

      Knowing the financial aid rules for divorced families seeking assistance to send their children to college may create some confusion. A divorce or separation can affect how you file for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is required in order to get a college loan. So here is some information to keep in […]

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