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S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  – Tony Robbins   “It’s the beliefs you have right now that are guiding your actions,” according to Tony Robbins, author, and life coach. He believes that if we can master our beliefs, we can guide our decisions. It makes sense that our […]

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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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Y is for Yes – Young People Energize your Savings Now

Why? The answer is easy; the sooner you begin saving & investing, the more time your money has to grow. So start today, and reap the benefits of watching your contributions multiply over the course of your working years. This phenomenon is called compounding interest. For example, if you invest $1,000 at ten percent interest […]

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Attention Women – You Need to Take Control of Your Money

Ann Explains Why in this Video  

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E is for Engage to Educate You about Your Financial Future

When is the last engagement you had with your financial planner? Just as you go to the Doctor when you want an answer regarding your body, you should have regular financial checkups with your advisor.  If your finances feel uncertain or questionable, engage with your advisor to gain information and education about your present or […]

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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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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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V is for Go Vegetarian, Save Dollars & the Planet!

  Choosing a vegetarian lifestyle is a very personal choice made for many different reasons. We may want to live healthier lives, improve our health, reduce pollution or do our part to preserve the earth’s natural resources. Our motives may vary but can a vegetarian diet actually save you money? First, let’s consider the health […]

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T is for Tax Mistakes You Should Avoid

There is no doubt our tax laws can be complicated. The continued expansion of our tax code, along with its complexity, helps to create a playground for common mistakes. Making one of these mistakes, no matter how small, may result in underpayment, overpayment or delays on your refund. Let’s go over some of the most common […]

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AZ Asks Advisor Views

Advisor Views A feature from Ann Zuraw, Zuraw Financial Advisors,   LLC. Advisor Views offers timely investment news and market updates designed to keep you informed, while        enhancing your overall investment experience. Human Capital: Don’t Overlook this Important Asset Class  When considering asset classes, most investors think of things such as stocks and bonds, commodities or real estate. Each […]

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