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Q is for Some Quick Storm Tips To Put You On The Road To Recovery

  This year’s hurricane season brought with it much devastation, but luckily many lives were saved due to mandatory evacuations imposed by local governments before the storms hit our shores. Planning gives everyone a chance to protect themselves, their property and to find peace before the storm knowing you did all you could to prepare […]

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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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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 FINANCIAL CHECKLIST BY Ann Zuraw

  HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 FINANCIAL CHECKLIST BY @AZANSWERS   by Ann Zuraw | Featured Contributor on She Owns It HSA—Check if you are eligible for a Health Savings account.  An HSA is a medical savings retirement account and can be started with pretax money and withdrawn to pay medical expenses without taxes. Asset Allocation—Review your […]

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H is for Home Owners Insurance and What You Need to Know

  Have you checked your homeowner’s policy lately? If a total disaster occurred, would you be able to rebuild the same house with the insurance money? These are questions many of us fail to review after the initial purchase of our home. If our insurance premiums continue to stay at reasonable rates, we usually find […]

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WHAT IS STOPPING YOU FROM HAVING A BOARD FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

It does not matter what size your company is—the issues are always the same. Some critical questions to consider are: Do you have a growth strategy and how is it measured?  Do you know if your revenue, expenses, and margins are growing, stable or declining?  How leveraged is your balance sheet? Are you evaluating management […]

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Attention Women – You Need to Take Control of Your Money

Ann Explains Why in this Video  

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Q is for Quick Tips to Help Keep Your Social Security Account Safe

Today, identity theft is a crime on the rise, with no end in sight, the more technology available, the easier it is to steal others information. The safety of our identity can cause concern, as it can be a costly and stressful threat to our personal lives, and affects millions regularly. But by being on […]

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M is for Money Habits for a Lifetime and How They Affect Retirement.

We all have “money habits, ” and most have specific practices to help us acquire what we believe will bring the happiness we desire. The ultimate goal for many is to save enough during our working years to enjoy retirement. Have you considered what happens when we go from working and saving to retirement and […]

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L is for Leaving Loneliness Behind

“Loneliness is one of the most painful emotional experiences of the human condition”.  ─ Henegar Counseling Center. Studies show loneliness significantly increases the rate of death and physical ailments. And, as we age loneliness will impact our lives more and more. Our children will grow and start their careers and independent lives, our companions may […]

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D is for a Difference in Views Doesn’t Have to Divide Us

“The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.” – Elisabeth Foley I recently had the pleasure of visiting with a lifelong friend. She and I have known each other since childhood, and always seem to be able to pick up where we left off.  Time and time […]

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