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3 Reasons You’re Still Living Paycheck-to-Paycheck

Living paycheck to paycheck is a concept many can relate to. It doesn’t matter if you’re a three job hustler, 9-5 grinder, career professional, or a broke college student. Most people have lived this type of lifestyle but few know how to break free from it. Below are three reasons you’re still living paycheck-to-paycheck, and a couple …

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How to Stop Fighting Over Money

The millennial generation is typically classified by those who are born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. According to a recent AICPA survey, 88% of millennial couples say financial decisions are a source of tension in their partnerships. In addition, half of them say that money matters come …

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How Can James 5 Influence Your Voting Decisions?

You ever heard the saying that it’s best to be the skinny cow when the butcher shows up?  A cow’s lifespan is typically however long it takes to get it fat enough.  They gluttonously graze, completely oblivious to the fact that this simple act is the catalyst edging them toward …

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Dee-1 Tells CNN Why His Video about “Sallie Mae” has Gone Viral

In case you missed it, Dee-1 dropped a new music video celebrating his achievement of paying off his student loans.  He hopes the message will serve to inspire others who are familiar with the struggle (as many of us are!). Jessica Dunne of CNN reported: What made “Sallie Mae Back” popular — …

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Your Credit – Five things to be Aware of!

There are several resources available to improve your credit score.  Some of the information is valid while others provide outdated information that is no longer beneficial.  Below, you will find several tips that everyone should know: #1 – You are entitled to one free credit report each year You can …

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Understanding a Budget and How to Use It

Few live with it. Many live without it, which is one of the reasons most of us are in debt or living paycheck-to-paycheck. According to a recent article, about one-third of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck while earning $75,000 or more annually. That’s right, $75,000 or more a year. Ever thought a greater salary or income …

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The Value of Your Story in Business

Each of us has a unique story to our lives that is jam-packed with experiences that have been fun, traumatic, disappointing, triumphant or life altering. It is the story of our lives that causes our lives to be valuable. You might say, “My life valuable? How so?” Very good question. …

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It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement

Golden Nest Eggs

“You’re too young to be thinking about retirement.” That’s a phrase some of you have probably heard or have even told yourself. The truth is, you’re not too young to think about it and definitely not too young to plan for it. You may have told yourself that you’ll plan for it later …

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