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How to Prevent Financial Conflict in Marriage


For many, financial conflict is a reason for marital fights. In my marriage I’ve found that financial issues are usually a surface problem caused by deeper issues. It’s easy to mistake finances as the true issue if you argue about them regularly. But, if the same money arguments happen constantly …

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4 Ways to Live Within Your Means


Ever feel discouraged, burned out, or frustrated with the way you are currently handling your money? If you’re living above your means and constantly worried or stressed about your money situation, I have one simple question for you: Why are you living this way? Here are some perspective changes you …

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Money Funnel: A Financial Ecosystem Explained


If you have followed any of my social media posts or articles I have written, you know that I am a big fan of investing on whatever level you are currently on.  Now that you have invested, especially for the crypto investors out there, lets begin to build your money …

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How Bobby Hundreds Turned a T-Shirt into a Streetwear Empire


Complex’s YouTube series called Blueprint is one of my favorite shows to watch these days. In a recent episode that I watched, Bobby Hundreds explains how he channeled his love for music and culture into one of the world’s most iconic streetwear brands. Both of his parents were immigrants from …

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Are You Sabotaging Your Future Wealth?

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There are a number of wealth killers that are lingering around. In this article I would like to identify the top three things that I have seen that can sabotage your wealth. Ready? Ok great, here we go: Suspect #1 – Taxes This is probably the most obvious suspect. Taxes …

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Not Ready to Make the Cryptocurrency Investment Plunge? Here Are Some Tips to Test it Out


Despite its rapid growth, the entire cryptocurrency market still represents a small amount of the global currency market. The technology is young, the market is young, and it’s volatile. That might make you a little nervous. Normally, we are conservative investors who to stick to known, stable, predictable investments. At the …

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Vacation Planning Without Credit Cards

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So we are currently at the end of 2017—is it too soon to think about when you are going on vacation in 2018? Certainly not! In fact, this is the best time for most families to think about when and where they will enjoy their vacation in 2018. While searching …

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The Importance of Budgeting for the Holiday Season


It’s November and the holiday season is upon us.  While many are preparing for the festivities and gift giving of the season, its important to not get caught up in emotional spending. When you’re out Christmas shopping, don’t let your emotions get in the way. If you do you’re probably …

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5 Quick Tax Savings Tips for 2017


Many people are getting ready to walk into 2018 thinking that they will receive a huge tax refund. Unfortunately, many of those people may be surprised. I would like you to do three things before the end of this month to help with your tax situation: Increase Tax Withheld From …

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