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Valentine’s Day and its Potential Positive Effects

As Valentine’s Day approaches, many plan to lavish attention on loved ones, as it continues to be a holiday revolving around gift-giving. The National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics (NRF) has been conducting its annual Valentine’s Day consumer spending survey since 2004 to gauge how Americans plan to celebrate this special day with […]

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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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A is for – A to Z Guide to Self-Care and a Happier You

A is for Ask for help, we all need support at times. B is for Become aware of inner thinking. C is for Change thoughts that are negative. D is for Drink lots of water, it’s good for you. E is for Eat Healthy and Exercise regularly. F is for Forgiveness. G is for Get […]

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Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

In the past 100 years, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is known as one of American’s greatest influential people. He is best remembered for fighting for civil rights for African-Americans, and for leading this revolution without violence. Dr. King’s commitment to peaceful resistance and non-violent protest in the face of aggressive behaviors made a mark […]

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Ann Zuraw named Investopedia’s Top 100 Most Influential Advisors

Congratulations, once again for making top advisor at Investopedia The Investopedia 100 list celebrates financial advisors who have contributed significantly to conversations about financial literacy, investing strategies, life-stage planning and wealth management.

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Happy Holidays to all!



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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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W is for Wondering About Getting A Home Equity Loan?

 What is a Home Equity Loan? Home equity is a homeowner’s current interest in a home. It can grow over time should the property value increase or if the mortgage is paid down. The equity in a home is the difference between the home’s fair market value and the outstanding balance of all liens on […]

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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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