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Variable or Fixed Mortgage - What Works Best For You?

V is for Variable or Fixed Mortgage – What Works Best For You?

Congratulations you are planning to buy a home! Now, you need to figure out how to finance this large purchase. Start by deciding how much of your savings you will need for a down payment and how much money you will have to borrow for the mortgage. Next comes choosing the right type of mortgage. […]

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Unclaimed Money That Belongs To You

U is for Unclaimed Money That Belongs To You

You know the feeling you get when you stumble upon some unexpected cash, the cash you had completely forgotten. Whether you left it in an old purse, inside a coat pocket or you find it at the bottom of the wash. It makes most of us feel a bit of pleasure. So then why wouldn’t […]

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Taking Negative Emotions out of Your Life

T is for Taking Negative Emotions out of Your Life

Many of us experience negativity daily, and it not only affects ourselves but everyone around us. Unfortunately, most are not even aware that they are stuck in a cycle of negative emotions, and are not only participating in but are drawn to this negative energy. While it can be difficult to pull ourselves free of […]

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S is for: Stop and Think Before You Take a Payday Loan

You’re young, on your own and just starting a new job. It’s not easy in the beginning to budget your income and keep close tabs of your expenses. Plus getting paid bi-weekly or monthly can make it that much harder to manage your finances.  Don’t despair; it will get easier when practice and good habits […]

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R is for Do you Keep A Running Tab of Favors Given to Others?

R is for Do You Keep A Running Tab of Favors?

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them. – Dalai Lama When you’re asked to do a favor for a friend or family, do you expect a return on the favor? Are you keeping tabs of the many good deeds or loans […]

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Being Tech Savvy will Help Protect Your Finances

Being Tech Savvy will Help Protect Your Finances by @AZanswers

Today’s world has a new peril called cyber-attacks they happen every day. Don’t let it happen to you! Below are a few tips to help you on your way to being tech savvy. Be Sure and take our quiz below and see how well you score. P – Proceed with caution when using personal checks […]

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Trading Apathy for Action

T is for Trading Apathy for Action

  Apathy is defined as a lack of interest, enthusiasm or concern. What makes apathy so peculiar,  is the “feeling of not feeling” is almost like going numb. When we feel the joy and energy for important things in our life is missing, but we lack the motivation to change our circumstances – we may […]

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Ann Zuraw One of the Social Media All-Stars of the Financial Advice Community

  With thousands of followers, these industry leaders are using Twitter and other platforms to find new clients, colleagues and friends Ann Zuraw @AZanswers President, Zuraw Financial Advisors Twitter followers: 12,029 Ann Zuraw started using social media as a branding tool for her firm, but her accounts grew into go-to financial news feeds for retail […]

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S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  – Tony Robbins   “It’s the beliefs you have right now that are guiding your actions,” according to Tony Robbins, author, and life coach. He believes that if we can master our beliefs, we can guide our decisions. It makes sense that our […]

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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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