August 2010

We’ve Moved!

August 30, 2010

Tweet Well in cyberspace anyway! Previously I had a website in place using Google Sites and a blog using WordPress.com as hosts. I have now combined both into a single site using WordPress.org as a self hosted site. So what does this mean to you? Well, if you are reading this right now using the […]

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The Long and Short of Long Term Care Insurance

August 23, 2010

Tweet Have you given any thought to long term care insurance? As with any insurance product, the best time to think about it is when you DON’T need it. You’re probably thinking, “Why should I need that kind of insurance? I’m nice and healthy and I’m never going to allow myself to be stuck into […]

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Deja Vu All Over Again

August 19, 2010

Tweet On Monday I talked about the top 3 ways to prevent a financial setback. They were to get on a budget, reduce your debt and establish an emergency fund. On Monday and Tuesday the subject of a series of classes I’m teaching was about ways to reduce your spending. After presenting about 100 different […]

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The Top Three Ways to Prevent Financial Setback

August 16, 2010

Tweet I use Outright.com to do my business accounting online. One of the added benefits, besides being free, is that they have a very active community. One user posted the question “How have you overcome a financial setback?”. That was an easy one for me. You can read the story here for more background on […]

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FICO Is an 'F' Word

August 13, 2010

Tweet You’ll get a lot of advice these days on how to improve your FICO score. There are even companies out there that are happy to take your hard earned money in order to improve your FICO score. In my opinion however, it’s a huge waste of your time and money to focus on that. […]

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More Money Doesn’t Solve Anything

August 2, 2010

Tweet Have you ever wished you had just a little more money, then you could make ends meet? Well, I hate to tell you this, but you’re wrong. Most likely, it’s not more money that you need. What you need is to know how to best use what you have. Once you have that figured […]

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