Debt Kills – #FLMonth

April 26, 2011

Tweet Jake from asks a pretty morbid question in today’s Financial Literacy Month question of the day. It’s not something that’s pleasant to think about, but you really should for the sake of your family.

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This Question Really Hurts! – #FLMonth

April 7, 2011

Tweet Here’s a GREAT video from my fellow finance coach Steve Stewart of MoneyPlan SOS. Don’t skip straight to the question on this one. Make sure and watch the video.

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Christmas in March?

March 17, 2011

Tweet How’s your Christmas fund coming? “What!?!?!”, you say. “It’s only St. Patrick’s Day!” I’m serious. Christmas is coming in just 9 more months. You probably spend quite a bit of money during that time with all the gift giving and special meals. The money has to come from somewhere. Why not make a plan […]

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Planning for the Unplanned

February 15, 2011

Tweet What does the future hold for you? No one really knows, do they? (Except maybe for that psychic that comes on at 2am.) That’s where the importance of your insurance policies come in. They help you to reduce the financial risk associated with an unplanned accident or tragedy in your life. There are other […]

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Change Your Future

November 23, 2010

Tweet Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be debt free? Are you wondering what it would be like to have money set aside for future expenses instead of living from paycheck to paycheck? Will you still be paying for Christmas well into the new year? If any of these strike a […]

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Two Ways to Save on Expenses for Your Home

November 6, 2010

Tweet I discovered a couple of things this week that I thought I would share with you. These tips may be able to help you reduce the cost of home ownership if you do own your own home. They are definitely reducing our expenses for this coming year and would have saved me even more […]

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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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