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B is for Baffling Social Security Decisions & Navigating the Right Choices

  If you’re nearing the age of 62, you would greatly benefit by doing some homework to figure out what Social Security choices are available. Having choices seems like a great option;  however, navigating Social Security language and determining the best selections can be overwhelming. To help you avoid costly mistakes that could possibly result […]

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Your Apps May Be Bringing You Down

Y is for: Your Apps May Be Bringing You Down

Bringing in the new year inspires many of us to initiate positive change for ourselves. Whether we wish to improve ourselves by practicing a positive attitude, avoiding judgmental behavior, being respectful of others, performing small acts of kindness, volunteering; or perhaps starting a healthier lifestyle. The above goals are all very noble and completely attainable […]

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Keeping the Grit In Your Life By @AZAnswers “ SHE OWNS IT”- Featured Contributor

We all know that suffering exists in our world. As humans, we have either witnessed the plight of others or experienced  pain first hand. It is something we all go through in life. Not a day goes by without someone, somewhere experiencing loss, grief, illness, discrimination, the list goes on and on. The question becomes […]

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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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Z is for Zuraw Financial Advisors and the Benefits of Holistic Financial Planning

Zuraw Financial Advisors strongly believe that proper financial planning and management requires a holistic approach. A holistic financial plan should consider every aspect of your life to determine a strategy that will work toward improving your financial future and reaching your personal goals. We understand the many challenges families face as they navigate the milestones […]

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Y is for Your Divorce To Do List Will Help You Be Prepared

Going through a divorce can be an emotionally overwhelming life event. The divorce process can quickly become complicated both legally and financially. If you are one of the lucky ones, you may be able to reach an amicable agreement through mediation. Otherwise, you will most likely find yourself hiring an attorney to help you navigate […]

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W is for What Type of %

W is for What Type of Divorce Do You Wish to Have?

Divorce can be a painful and challenging process. Many emotions plaque both parties and make it tough to proceed with dignity and kindness during the settlement process. Having the resolve to get past the pain and accept that the end of the relationship is the best possible solution will help make sorting out your life […]

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V is for The Value of Virtual Assets in our Digital World

  As Fiduciary Financial Planners we create financial plans with our client’s individual needs and best interest in mind. Today we also have a growing responsibility to not only protect and grow their portfolio but to also educate and ensure they have a plan in place to manage and protect their digital assets. Virtual assets […]

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U is for Understanding the Benefits of Ergonomics in the Office

  As a business owner, you want to make sure your employees stay happy, healthy and injury free. Establishing the optimal office and work conditions are essential to creating healthy and productive employees. Working under improper ergonomic conditions every day for long hours can lead to a variety of ailments, particularly with the arms, back, […]

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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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