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Variable or Fixed Mortgage - What Works Best For You?

V is for Variable or Fixed Mortgage – What Works Best For You?

Congratulations you are planning to buy a home! Now, you need to figure out how to finance this large purchase. Start by deciding how much of your savings you will need for a down payment and how much money you will have to borrow for the mortgage. Next comes choosing the right type of mortgage. […]

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Unclaimed Money That Belongs To You

U is for Unclaimed Money That Belongs To You

You know the feeling you get when you stumble upon some unexpected cash, the cash you had completely forgotten. Whether you left it in an old purse, inside a coat pocket or you find it at the bottom of the wash. It makes most of us feel a bit of pleasure. So then why wouldn’t […]

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S is for: Stop and Think Before You Take a Payday Loan

You’re young, on your own and just starting a new job. It’s not easy in the beginning to budget your income and keep close tabs of your expenses. Plus getting paid bi-weekly or monthly can make it that much harder to manage your finances.  Don’t despair; it will get easier when practice and good habits […]

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Poster Final

Zuraw Financial Welcomes Hattie Zuraw to Our Team

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Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day!

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The Benefits of a South Dakota Trust

The Benefits of a South Dakota Trust

TimeSouth Dakota Trust allows for total seal of informations have changed—trusts have changed—are you aware of this?  If not you need to be!   Today’s focus are 4 different scenarios where the trust infrastructure protects your assets Times have changed—trusts have changed—are you aware of this? If not you need to be! Today’s focus are […]

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Do You Have A Financial Bully in Your Life?

How do you determine who is your financial bully, accurately? Most bullies utilize intimidation, power, guilt or control to get another person to do what they want regardless of the other person’s feelings. Can you stop the financial bully in your life? You can, but first, you need to identify precisely who this bully is […]

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G is for Growing Interest in Impact Investing with Millennials

G is for Growing Interest in “Impact Investing” with Millennial’s

  Impact investing refers to investments “made with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return.” The difference between socially responsible investing (SRI) which only seeks to avoid investments in companies with poor environmental and social practices. Impact investing goes a step further by investing in businesses based […]

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Failing to Protect Digital Identity When Using Smartphones

F is for Failing to Protect Digital Identity When Using Smartphones

  Many of us are relying on our smartphones for a variety of uses every day. Our phones store emails, contact information, photos and other personal information. They give us quick entry to the internet and provide us with easy access to our banking, investment accounts, social media sites and shopping. Yes, this makes many […]

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Entrepreneurs and Ethics

E is for Entrepreneurs Inspiring Ethics In The Workplace

Entrepreneurs start with a creative idea and a dream to take their business or product to a level never experienced before – but to do this properly they must incorporate a strong work ethic into their plan. They need a plan that includes ethical business practices, and one that will give back to the community […]

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