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Z is for Having a Zestful Life!

Zest is about having energy, excitement or feeling alive. It goes hand in hand with happiness and optimism. “Zestful” living can be obtained by learning how to utilize your strengths and overcome fears and doubts so that your life may be lived to the fullest. Zest is found in character strength, and in pursuing life […]

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What do you consider when looking at your financial situation?

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How to Measure Financial Performance?

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E is for “Enough” – Kids and too much technology

  In less than a decade we have come to experience an explosion of media and technology.  As a parent, it may feel like it’s too much for your children to handle. We lay witness to their incessant exposure of the internet, social media, video games, watching, Hulu, Showtime and Netflix.  The cause of concern […]

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What money should I take first in retirement?

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D is for Don’t Let Your Divorce Negatively Define You

“You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ― Joseph Campbell Dealing with divorce is a harsh reality; after all no one gets married expecting divorce in their future, yet it happens to a large number of  married couples. Divorce happens to good people. It […]

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C is for Understanding Your Credit Rating.

    Understanding the basics of the credit scoring system and how your actual credit score rating comes about is important to everyone. When you are applying for a credit card, car loan, mortgage or a personal loan, lenders want to know what your credit risk level is. Your credit score, which is referred to […]

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A is for Accomplishing What Needs to Be Done during Widowhood

  Becoming a widow is painful, devastating and stressful. In addition to the emotional sorrow that comes with the loss of a loved one, you now have to face financial and legal decisions on your own. Taking care of your financial affairs is an important priority as a widow. Here are just some of the […]

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Financial Issues to Consider during Divorce

  “Financial Issues to Consider during Divorce Ann Zuraw, CFP®, CFA®, CDFA ™ Tuesday • October 8, 2013 5:30 – 7:00 pm  Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro • 628 Summit Ave. • Greensboro, NC •27405 (336) 275-6090                               www.womenscentergso.org Registration Required   •     Childcare not provided

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N is for Not Spending Money on Over-Inflated Items.

Let’s face it – we can all fall for great marketing campaigns and often pay more for items than their true worth. We are also willing to pay extra for conveniences in many areas of our lives. The question remains, should we continue to overpay for items that are common everyday purchases?  If you want […]

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