May 2010

More Ways to Save on Insurance

May 31, 2010

Tweet How do you decide what health insurance option to select when it comes time to set up or adjust your options? Do you just pick the lowest deductible you can afford? That may not be your best bet. I know it can be very confusing with all the different plans and deductibles you are […]

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Big Things Are Happening Here!

May 27, 2010

Tweet My wife and I had an outstanding trip to Colorado Springs. We didn’t run into any issues on the drive out and back. The event itself was extremely enlightening. I learned so much about how to improve my business and help more people. I need to review all of my notes from the event […]

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What Are You Investing In?

May 21, 2010

Tweet I’m going to cheat a little on this post. I’m going to use it for both of my blogs. Honestly, it applies to both.  In case you haven’t checked out my other links before, I have a Personal Finance blog and a Personal Growth blog. This post covers both topics. Right now my wife […]

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How to Reduce Your Spending

May 17, 2010

Tweet Okay, I’m just going to get this out of the way right off the bat. Please excuse me here. I’m going to use the ‘B’ word. Yeah, ‘budget’. You will continue to struggle with reducing your spending until you establish a budget and learn to live on it. It is the starting point for […]

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How to Save Money on Health Care

May 13, 2010

Tweet Are you ready for the secret to reducing your health care costs?  It’s really rather simple, but it’s not easy. It’s something you probably already are aware of. Exercise. What does it have to do with saving money? A recent study showed major savings to the participants who exercised at least 8 times per […]

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Climb Higher

May 10, 2010

Tweet I joined a group on LinkedIn that has a finance topic. We were discussing whether or not you should teach kids about using credit cards. The argument was that credit is a reality of life and so they should be taught how to properly use them. Of course I was arguing against their use. […]

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Dealing With Variable Income

May 4, 2010

Tweet The foundation of any good financial plan for your future HAS to begin with a budget. How can you hope to plan for your retirement if you don’t know what you’re going to spend next week? Maybe one of the reasons you’ve never been able to get a budget to work is that you’re […]

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