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Effective Ways to Cut Your Monthly Expenses

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If your budget has gotten off track or you’re having a hard time sticking to it, it may be time for a refresher on ways to cut costs and live more frugally.  In America, this is how we spend most of our income (in order): housing, transportation, food, personal insurance …

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Network Marketing Debunked!

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Network marketing is a growing sector in the United States. According to the Direct Selling Association, nearly 50% of American households are involved in the network marketing industry. The industry has received bad press over the past decade and I would like to assist in clearing the air for the …

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Banking: Are You Paying Too Much in Fees?

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Banks are competing for customers so remember to consider and compare all fees you have to pay when opening an account or evaluating your current one. Here are some common checking account fees to be aware of: Overdraft Fees Overdraft fees are currently the biggest money makers for banks. They …

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Building Wealth: 7 Steps to Get You There

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Anyone can develop smart money habits that will allow them to begin building wealth. If you can avoid making foolish mistakes with your money, there’s a very good chance that you will have more money than you need. That’s a good place to be. When you have a lot more, …

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Three Reasons Why You’re in Debt

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Being buried in debt can be extremely discouraging, but there’s hope. I am listing three reasons why many people can’t get out of debt and some simple ways to turn things around. You Don’t Know How Much You Owe I’ve met many people struggling with their finances only to find …

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Your Tax Return and Your Wealth

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Since it is tax time, I think this post is appropriate. You can tell a lot about your wealth outside of your retirement fund. First we must understand that in the world of wealth and wealth management, that investment income (earnings) are better than wage. One other thing to understand …

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Why Your Money Is Not Actually Yours

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All of our money belongs to God and we are to be faithful managers of His money. As stewards, we have a responsibility to use what we have been given wisely. It’s our responsibility to ensure that we are seeing “our things” not as our possessions, but as His. This …

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Taking Ownership of Financial Mistakes

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We all make money mistakes and we feel awful about them when we do. If you ever made a money mistake and are plagued with regret over what you did or didn’t do with your finances, you’re not alone. Just don’t let that mistake weigh you down and keep you …

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Stock Market: Now Is the Time to Invest

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While speaking to a colleague a few days ago about investing, I discovered that only 52% of Americans say they are currently invested (have money) in the stock market. According to a Gallup poll, that is the lowest rate of stock ownership in 19 years.  Please note: this doesn’t just …

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