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L is for Lost in Debt – Take Control with a Solid Financial Plan

Money troubles happen, whether you are living paycheck to paycheck or bringing home a hefty salary. When we find ourselves spending more than we can afford this leads to “money troubles” which in turn can cause lots of stress in our day to day lives; but the good news is it doesn’t have to be […]

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K is for Know Your Investment Strategy

You know “You” – better than anyone else, so when planning your investment strategy make sure you incorporate all that is relevant to your individual financial needs and goals. In turn, you or your advisor will have greater insight when designing a holistic investment plan unique to you. There are some very critical areas; that […]

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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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H is for How Money Influences Our Lives

Spending wisely is not a bad practice, and many of us need to watch our spending, but if our primary focus is on getting the best deal for the lowest price, what message is this sending our mind, body, and soul? Scientist have been studying the relationship between money and happiness for decades, and most […]

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F is for Favor a Fiduciary Advisor and See What We Offer

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E is for Expecting to find Money in an Empty Wallet?

In today’s world, we may not always find cash in our wallets, but most of us are always carrying a debit card and some credit cards in our wallets. This practice allows us to spend our money, “cash or no cash,” quite easily. But knowing how much, how often and where we are spending our […]

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A is for Avoid the Pink Tax

A is for Angry about the Pink Tax – Avoid it!

The “pink tax” is higher price tags directed to an entire gender, the same gender that struggles with the gender pay gap. It doesn’t seem fair that full time working women, whom in 2013 made only 78 cent for every dollar their male counterparts made, are often subjected to pay more for the “women’s” version […]

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Divorce Issues to Consider

Z is for ZFA’s Divorce Issues to Consider

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Internet of Things Concept

T is for Tell me what does Internet of “Things” (IoT) mean exactly?

  “The Internet of things has the potential to change the world, just as the internet did. Maybe even more so.” — Kevin Ashton The Internet of Things or “IoT” is a phrase that describes the merging of connected devices and applications which participate together on the internet. All of these connected devices are being […]

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Risk vs. Volatility

R is for Risk vs. Volatility

Let’s take a look: What do volatility and risk mean in terms of your investments? Volatility – is when trading prices for a given security or market index fluctuate  up or down, indicating uncertainty or risk in the amount of change in a security’s value. In other words,  securities may go up and down in […]

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