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W is for Waking up to a Divorce or Not!

“Resentment is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.” — St. Augustine We all want a marriage that stands the test of time, after all, why would we marry in the first place.  Unfortunately, as time passes many relationships flunk this test. Surprisingly, it is the women who initiate two-thirds of […]

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

  Risks of a Prenuptial and Advantages of a Trust by @AZanswers   NOW THERE IS A BETTER OPTION, consider using a “Domestic Asset Protection Trust.” It will protect and control your assets using a situs (the place to which, for purposes of legal jurisdiction or taxation, a property belongs) of South Dakota, and you […]

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Risks of a Prenuptial and Advantages of a Trust

Is a Trust is Right for You? Click Here Not Your Grandmother’s Trust: Women with Assets #2 In a second marriage, a prenuptial agreement would not protect you from having to pay for your spouse’s medical expenses. An example of providing skilled care 24 hours can easily cost $9000 a month and use up your […]

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Attention Women – You Need to Take Control of Your Money

Ann Explains Why in this Video  

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R is for the New “Retirement Reality”

Many of us see ourselves retiring before we hit seventy but the reality of this happening is becoming more of a dream. As a matter of fact, a growing number of Americans are embracing this new reality and driving themselves to work well into their 70s. A new Bankrate survey finds 70 percent of people […]

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

Never Give Up and it is Never Too Late to Learn—this is Zuraw Financial Advisor’s (ZFA) and Ann Zuraw’s mantra. Our goal at ZFA is to encourage women to take responsibility for their finances. Ann Zuraw has a strong focus on working with women to help develop a holistic plan to best protect their financial futures as they transition through different stages […]

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S is for Six Tips to A Successful Financial Future

Let’s talk about ways that will help you control your money instead of letting money control you! Success is about your choices, priorities, values and the development of healthy financial habits. Here six useful tips: Rember the earlier you start the more time for growth on your investments. Do not hesitate to seek the advice of a […]

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H is for How long have you been Missing Money Owed to You?

You may be totally unaware of unclaimed money that belongs in your wallet but don’t be too hard on yourself, plenty of property and dollars go unclaimed each year. As a matter of fact according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property (NAUPA), unclaimed property programs are currently holding about $42 billion in the United […]

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B is for Be Aware When Online: Cybersecurity Tips and Practices

There is no absolute way to always be protected when online, but being aware of the following practices may help reduce security breach and help keep you safe. Create passcodes that are complex and unique, give them 8 to 12 characters using a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols – and they should often be […]

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W is for Why Women Divorce

We all want that marriage that survives the test of time and continues to grow and flourish. Unfortunately for many, the marriage breaks down, unhappiness sets in and divorce becomes the best option. Surprising, two-thirds of all divorces are initiated by women, according to a study by the American Sociological Association. So why do females’ […]

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