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C is for Closing Cost

C is for Closing on a Home can Cost you Cash

Congratulations you’re in the market to buy a home; this is an exciting time in life and knowing all of the in’s and out’s for the first time buyer can be overwhelming. You begin by searching for the desired home in the preferred location for an affordable price. This alone can be overwhelming, but before […]

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W is for Why “Worry” About Your Money

Money may be a thing of constant worry in many of our lives. Usually, money dictates how we live our lives: what we eat, what we drive, what we wear and where we live, etc. It’s okay to think often about money and how it affects your life. But, when the worry turns into an […]

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R is for the New Retirement Reality

R is for the New Retirement Reality. Are you Prepared?

  Are you looking forward to the day when you can stop working, retire and enjoy life? Reality check – our world today does not bring us the peace of mind of previous years as far as retirement is concerned. In the past social security, pensions and lifetime health care were offered to workers in […]

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J is for Finances and Job Loss

J is for Financial Planning after a Job Loss.

Losing a job can be devastating news, but not having a financial plan in place can only make matters worse. Chances are, finding a new job in today’s economy may take some time. This is why it is important to take a moment to strategize your finances. You can start by realistically accessing your situation. Calculate […]

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g is for getting a tax refund

G is for Getting a Tax Refund.

  Are you anxiously awaiting your tax refund? Does this refund create visions of a new spring wardrobe, a luxurious vacation or perhaps a room filled with new furniture and accessories? Yes, by now we all should know that it’s better to keep as much of your money as long as possible and that overpaying […]

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Questions from AZ: Dealing with Budgets

Handling our expenses and creating budgets help us know exactly where we stand financially. My questions to you – are you ready for the unexpected? Have you created a budget that you can live within? Do you openly discuss and share information about your finances with your spouse or partner?

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Zero Balance

Z is for Zero Balance

                  Are you running on empty? Does your life feel out of whack?  Do you feel depleted or diminished of all your power and strength? Well, you are not alone. Going through a divorce takes its toll both emotionally and financially on everyone. I cannot say this […]

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Y is for Yielding to Better Spending

  The past decade has been one of splurging and in many cases—living well beyond our means. Easy access to credit cards and home equity loans enabled Americans to live more lavishly than any previous generation. Our attitudes were a little bit like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind—we would worry about it tomorrow. […]

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W is Working towards Financial Freedom

W is for Working towards Financial Freedom

Financial freedom may sound like a wonderful dream that many people find hard to achieve. The truth is you do not need a lot of skill to start this journey—all you need is the determination to begin the process and start heading down the path of your financial freedom.   What is your goal for […]

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T is for Tax Time

    It’s tax time.  Do you owe a large sum of money?  Do you have the means to pay it off? The realization that you can’t pay your taxes can make you feel uneasy, but don’t worry; there are some actions you can take to remedy the situation.                        Here are a few tips: […]

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