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Q is for Question What Happens to Your Frequent Flyer Miles if You No Longer Exist?

Have you taken a moment to think about all the Airline Miles you have acquired over the years? If you are like many of us, you have been saving them for a trip of a lifetime, those fabulous family vacations, or maybe that second honeymoon. But what if something were to happen to you, what […]

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P is for Protecting Ourselves Online

  Cyber Crime continues to be a growing threat, yet it will not deter millions around the world from using the internet. After all, the internet has opened the doors of worldwide communication. Today we can connect, communicate and share information with a click of a button. We can listen to music, stream videos, read […]

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O is for “Ouch” – Can Yoga Be Dangerous?

There are contradicting reports on Yoga and Injuries but compared to most types of exercise yoga, in theory, should have a much lower rate of injury than say high impact aerobics or running. But with any form of exercise, there is always a potential risk of injury. A Yoga in America Study conducted by the […]

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Ann Zuraw Answers Investment News – 8 Apps Advisers Love For Getting Stuff Done


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N is for The New Tax Reform And How It Affects Alimony

If you are considering a divorce or in the process of negotiating a divorce, you need to be aware of the elimination of future tax deductions on alimony. Alimony is a court-ordered provision for support and maintenance of a  spouse after separation or divorce. Alimony payments are made by the supporting spouse, (generally the breadwinner) […]

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Questions about the Tax Reform Act and the Impact on Your Business by @AZanswers

To Read the Article on SheOwnsIt I have been trying to comprehend the latest Tax reform from the perspective of a business owner.  I am sharing my thoughts with a big DISCLAIMER.  I am not a CPA or lawyer and am always willing to pay my fair share of taxes.  I learned early on in […]

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M is for Mutual Funds and Knowing All the Fees Involved

Mutual funds can be a great investment option. However, they incur fees so make sure you do your homework when choosing a fund. An easy way to compare mutual funds is to look for a number called the fund’s total annual fund operating expenses; this is the also called the fund’s expense ratio. Here you […]

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L is for Luck is not LIfe

L is for Life Is Not All About Luck

“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity “̶  Senca If you tend to think “only the lucky people” get the breaks – think again. Those “lucky people” most likely poured their heart and soul into their plan before taking action to go after what they desire. Luck is the belief that events or life […]

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K is for The Key to Happiness – is it Time?

“Money buys happiness,” has long been the motto for many on this planet. However, recent studies suggest it may be “time” that promotes more happiness. A study published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that people feel happier when using their money to outsource time-consuming jobs rather than a purchase that […]

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Your Job and Aptitude TestiJohnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you?

J is for your Job and Aptitude Testing

  Johnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you? Many companies give potential hires an aptitude test. This test has long been used to help companies prescreen potential job applicants, as it helps reduce the number of applicants that move to a more thorough screening process. It also allows companies to make a better-informed […]

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