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There are a lot of things to be panicking over in the news today – from debts to the roof, to high unemployment rates, to natural catastrophes – a financial crisis can happen in any number of ways.   Family is the most important thing when it comes to dealing with hard times especially financial....
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Just like in the martial arts, you’ll become a white belt the second you step on the mat.  Stepping on the mat shows your open to learning new things in your journey of self-improvement.  This applies to your personal finances as well.  Let’s first assess why you’re here: Are you in financial trouble? Eager to...
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One of my least favorite bills to pay is cable.  Many of us can relate to the fact that we pay for 600 channels but really only watch 5 or 6.  After my frustration ran from weeks to years, I finally decided to take some action.  Here’s how and why I’m saving $110 a month...
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With rates on the rise, it may be time to lock in that 30 year fixed mortgage.  I know you girls have been dreaming of beautiful new furniture and dudes, your mancave can happen.  That’s all well and good but when is the right time?  How much money do you need? And why now? Why Now?...
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Hope you enjoy this GUEST POST by Jon Dulin @ PennyThots.com: Ahh, that pesky student loan payment that needs to be made every month. It ís a pain. I had student loan debt for a number of years after I graduated college. I still remember when I made my last payment. It felt like a...
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Without knowing the true motivation of a person, it’s hard to predict what anyone is going to do (especially politicians).  Regardless of your opinion, Donald Trump is our new President and it would be foolish for us not to anticipate the legal measures that may impact us Millennials.  Who knows what campaign promises he is...
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Millennials, like every other generation, have made their share of mistakes with money.  While thinking about the thousands of conversations I’ve had about this subject, a few things seem to stick out like a sore thumb.  First, getting a second or advanced degree can either be a huge success or an extreme set back if...
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Financial Independence is more within reach than most think.  While there are several reasons most don’t achieve it, two very common ones stand out to me.  First, people don’t dream.  Rather than approaching a conversation with the same boring old questions, I like to dig deep and find out what people are passionate about.  When...
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Millennials are facing a world with unique challenges.  Whether its technology making our skills obsolete or global economic competition with America, we need to be informed in this ever shifting culture.  The infusion of technology has changed the landscape of money since our baby boomer parents were our age.  Though we should value their advice, Millennials...
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Did you know that most people’s attitudes about money are formed before they turn 13 years old? The money mindset that a young child establishes, often based heavily upon the way that their parents view money, stick with them through adulthood. Think about this: if you have children that are about to or have just...
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