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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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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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R is for Do you Keep A Running Tab of Favors Given to Others?

R is for Do You Keep A Running Tab of Favors?

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them. – Dalai Lama When you’re asked to do a favor for a friend or family, do you expect a return on the favor? Are you keeping tabs of the many good deeds or loans […]

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Being Tech Savvy will Help Protect Your Finances

Being Tech Savvy will Help Protect Your Finances by @AZanswers

Today’s world has a new peril called cyber-attacks they happen every day. Don’t let it happen to you! Below are a few tips to help you on your way to being tech savvy. Be Sure and take our quiz below and see how well you score. P – Proceed with caution when using personal checks […]

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Q is for Quick Storm Recovery

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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Learning to Avoid Procrastination

L is for Learning to Avoid Procrastination

  We all make little justifications for not sitting down at the computer or getting on the phone to take a stand against wasteful spending from excess charges and fees. No one wants to spend their precious free time on the phone trying to sort through endless unexplained charges on phone bills, credit card bills […]

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Poster Final

Zuraw Financial Welcomes Hattie Zuraw to Our Team

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Knowing the different parts of Medicare and the importance of comparison shopping for Medicare Plans

K is for Knowing the Different Parts of Medicare and the Importance of Comparison Shopping for Medicare Plans

Most seniors agree comparison shopping for Medicare plans can be more painful than going to the dentist. However, by not reviewing your Medicare plan and coverage annually, seniors may be putting themselves at financial risk. According to a survey commissioned by WellCareHealth Plans, Inc, approximately three in five (58%) seniors see reviewing their Medicare plan […]

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Is it Loyalty or is it Laziness when making the best Financial Decisions?

Is it Loyalty or is it Laziness When Making the Best Financial Decisions?

Many financial decisions we make is because we think there is an advantage to being loyal to a particular company, product or service. The plumber who came when you were desperate, and the toilet was overflowing did a great job and didn’t overcharge you. Do you keep calling him back? Yes, of course! You choose […]

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Are  we being judged by the Waitstaff?

J is for Are we Being Judged by the Waitstaff?

“Do not judge, and you will never be mistaken.”  —Jean Jacques Rousseau Judgment is not bad; it’s part of human nature. We are instinctively hard-wired for survival, and our brain will quickly access every situation to help us avoid danger, but some humans may take this too far and use it to make false statements […]

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