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Thanksgiving Gratitude

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to take a moment and consider the value and benefits of gratitude. Especially when today’s research suggests that individuals who feel gratitude experience greater happiness, as well as better physical and mental health. Gratitude is the simple act of appreciating what is valuable and meaningful in life. In order to […]

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Ann Zuraw – Quoted in U.S. News Article

Click Below to Read Article 7 Mistakes to Avoid With Dollar-Cost Averaging      

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E is for Expectations during Divorce

  Divorce is not a pleasant experience but having unrealistic expectations and no preparation upon entering the divorce process may bring you immense disappointment. However,  if you’re reading this post, you already know that having some knowledge of the divorce process can help prepare you for what’s ahead. We hope you have found much useful […]

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D is for Divorcing a Friend can be a Good Thing

  Just as divorcing a spouse can be a positive step toward a better life, so can divorcing those friends that have become more draining than a pleasure to be around. People have energy and we are impacted by one another’s energy. As we change and grow we hope those we love are also working […]

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Cleaning Up Your Credit Report has its Benefits

For many, our credit report is not in the forefront of our minds, yet taking a look and making sure everything is in order is definitely in our best interest. Our credit history is what credit scoring companies, like FICO use to generate a credit score to indicate creditworthiness. So don’t wait until you need […]

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Ann Benjamin Zuraw: “ SHE OWNS IT”- Featured Contributor

PLANNING FOR THE  ”WHAT IFS” AFFECTING YOUR FINANCIAL LIFE BY @AZANSWERS Incapacity Planning Incapacity of the mind can be a temporary condition or a long-term decline as one’s mental abilities begin to slowly “diminish.”  The older I am, the more I see situations that differed from expectations.  With more experience, I recognize the value of […]

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B is for: Is your Body Language Authentic?

Whether we are consciously aware of it or not, our bodies are constantly sending out messages. The way we stand, hold our arms or our facial expressions are in direct communication with others. Just like our verbal messages, our bodies are also sending out signals. Confusion arises when verbal communications do not match the body’s […]

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A to Z Guide on How to Live a Quality Life

Life encompasses many phases, the longer we live, the wiser we hope to become. Should you desire to live a life of quality consider including some of these practices: Appreciate Self – when we focus on our good qualities, those thoughts will help maintain a positive mood and improve self-esteem. Breathe with focus – we […]

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Z is for To “FreeZe or Not to FreeZe” Your Credit?

When hackers breach large organizations or our government, there is often great alarm. After the Equifax breach, many of us were wondering what we should do to protect ourselves. Should we freeze our credit? We are also wondering, how does this happen? And is there a way to it stop? In today’s world of technology, […]

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Y is for Yes – Young People Energize your Savings Now

Why? The answer is easy; the sooner you begin saving & investing, the more time your money has to grow. So start today, and reap the benefits of watching your contributions multiply over the course of your working years. This phenomenon is called compounding interest. For example, if you invest $1,000 at ten percent interest […]

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