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Thoughts On Mortgages – #FLMonth

April 24, 2011

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

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Where Do I Start? – #FLMonth

April 20, 2011

Tweet Josh Levitt from LevittCoaching.com asks a great question about retirement investing. All of these are part of a well rounded retirement plan, but what’s the best way to start investing?

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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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The Best Thing To Do In Your 20′s – #FLMonth

April 11, 2011

Tweet Josh Levitt of Levitt Coaching brings us today’s Financial Literacy Month question. This is another great thought question. Make sure you leave your reasons with your answer. As with all of these questions, it’s the thought process that’s important, not so much the actual answer. We’d love to hear what you think.

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What Matters to You? – #FLMonth

April 8, 2011

Tweet Today’s Financial Literacy Month question really requires some thought. It’s the most personal question yet. If you’re married, be sure and talk about it with your spouse as well. Don’t just assume that you’re on the same page. Thanks for this great question goes to Brad Chaffee from Enemy of Debt.

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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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Time To Grow Up

March 15, 2011

Tweet Have you ever heard this reason given when someone commits to something? “It’s time for me to grow up and start being responsible.” On the surface, it’s a pretty good response. If they’re deciding to settle down and get married, it’s probably a good thing. If they’re getting off of mom and dad’s couch […]

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