Thoughts On Mortgages – #FLMonth

April 24, 2011

Tweet Julia from has an awesome question to challenge the way we think about money:

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Who Owns Who? – #FLMonth

April 14, 2011

Tweet Do you own your own home, or does it own you? Today’s Financial Literacy Month question from Jackie Walters basically answers that question. You can find her on Facebook at Personal Finance with Jackie Walters.

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$1000 To Pay Down Debt! – #FLMonth

April 13, 2011

Tweet Wouldn’t you love to be in this situation? Were/Are you in this situation? It is tax time, and many people do get a return this time of year. There’s little better you can do with that money than pay down debt with it. Give this question some thought, and then put your answer into […]

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Question 1 – #FLMonth

April 1, 2011

Tweet The month of April is Financial Literacy Month. I’m joining with a dozen other coaches to present a “Question of the Day” every day this month. The first question is brought to us by Steve Stewart of Money Plan SOS. Steve is also the originator of this idea. Please comment on here or if […]

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Accelerate Your Mortgage Part Two

March 25, 2011

Tweet In the last post, I talked about the 20-15-25 rule for taking on a mortgage. These next two tips will help you speed up paying off that mortgage once you have acquired one. They will also help accelerate the process of building equity in your home to ensure you don’t end up under water […]

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Accelerate Your Mortgage Part One

March 23, 2011

Tweet We have been in a fairly severe mortgage crisis in our country. I cannot believe the number of For Sale signs that I see in yards as I drive around. It’s so sad to see people’s dreams crumble like that. It’s too bad that so many people have been sold down the river by […]

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You Need It Now!

January 22, 2011

Tweet I’ve blogged about this place before, but I just have to again. It has to do with our new Aaron’s store here in town. The subject here speaks to a lot more than just this particular store and this particular situation. It speaks much more to our culture in general these days and the […]

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