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H is for How to Claim Money Owed

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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V is for Various Tax Breaks for those over 50

  Turning 50 opens you up to a new world of tax breaks, and after you turn 65, you can qualify for even more tax advantages. Let’s look at some ways to save money on taxes as you age. IRA deductions – at age 50 you now qualify for an additional contribution of $1,000 to […]

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T is for Tax Tips for Widows and Widowers

  Losing your spouse can turn your world upside down and cause unbearable grief, so it’s entirely understandable that managing your money is the last thing on your mind. Give yourself some time to grieve before you evaluate what financial decisions will be in your best interest. When you are ready, you must begin to […]

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R is for Reliable Tips to Build a Solid Financial Plan

  Women tend to feel less confident than men when it comes to discussing finances, but studies show that their saving rate is stronger and they tend to generate better long-term investment performance when they do engage. So don’t hesitate to take charge of your finances. Below are some tips to help you engage and […]

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Q is for the Quality of Spending during the Holidays

  We all want to enjoy the holidays and partake in festivities like; decorating, shopping for gifts, hosting holiday parties and going to holiday shows, but all of this may present a challenge to our finances. Most of us cherish the hustle and bustle of the season but overspending and trying to handle money stress […]

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P is for Proactive and Positive Approach to Mistakes in the Workplace

Being human makes us imperfect but learning how to handle our mistakes can make us wise. We all make mistakes most of which are unintended, but some of the most stressful mistakes we make are at work. Learning how to handle these errors with poise and integrity will help you be the best you can […]

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J is for the Justifying your Spending Habits are you Frugal or Cheap?

  Do you pride yourself on being frugal? Not so fast, there’s a fine line between being frugal and being an outright cheapskate. To me, frugal can be a positive approach to managing your finances. A frugal saver understands, “more” doesn’t always add up to better value. Their primary goal leads them to maximize spending […]

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Divorce Issues to Consider

Z is for ZFA’s Divorce Issues to Consider

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