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L is for Luck is not LIfe

L is for Life Is Not All About Luck

“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity “̶  Senca If you tend to think “only the lucky people” get the breaks – think again. Those “lucky people” most likely poured their heart and soul into their plan before taking action to go after what they desire. Luck is the belief that events or life […]

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K is for The Key to Happiness – is it Time?

“Money buys happiness,” has long been the motto for many on this planet. However, recent studies suggest it may be “time” that promotes more happiness. A study published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that people feel happier when using their money to outsource time-consuming jobs rather than a purchase that […]

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Your Job and Aptitude TestiJohnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you?

J is for your Job and Aptitude Testing

  Johnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you? Many companies give potential hires an aptitude test. This test has long been used to help companies prescreen potential job applicants, as it helps reduce the number of applicants that move to a more thorough screening process. It also allows companies to make a better-informed […]

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Including a Delay Clause in Your Remodel

I is for the Importance of a Delay Clause in Your Remodel Contract

The economy is looking up, and that remodeling job that you’ve been putting off is at the forefront of your mind. All kinds of creative ideas are dancing in your head: colors, design, and details. Oh, what joy it will be to have that newly overhauled kitchen or that cozy outdoor space you’ve always dreamed […]

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Join Us for ZFA’s Financial Bootcamp – Thursday, February 1, 2018

 Join Zuraw Financial Advisors Financial Boot Camp and learn how to be Financially fit in a fun, relaxed, open-minded atmosphere. Click Here for Tickets            

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Should you Keep the House in a Divorce

H is for Should You Keep the Home in a Divorce?

Divorce can wreak havoc on both your emotions and your finances, particularly when your emotions are in overdrive. Making solid financial decisions doesn’t seem likely. Especially if throughout your marriage your spouse had all the financial control. However, this is not the time to give into negativity and fear. Instead, you must begin to take […]

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G is for Getting You & Your Young Adult to Understand the Importance of a Power of Attorney

  As our children go off to college or move away from home to begin their new career, there is a list of preparations to complete before they start their journey. We want to make sure they’re off to a great start, but many fail to discuss the importance of having a durable power of […]

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It's not your Grandmother's Trust. Now Today's Trust is Different

Wealth Management Magazine “It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Trust by Ann Zuraw

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Happy New Year

 

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H is for Home Owners Insurance and What You Need to Know

  Have you checked your homeowner’s policy lately? If a total disaster occurred, would you be able to rebuild the same house with the insurance money? These are questions many of us fail to review after the initial purchase of our home. If our insurance premiums continue to stay at reasonable rates, we usually find […]

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