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The Grand Finale! – #FLMonth

April 30, 2011

Tweet This is really what it’s all about folks. We’ve all had a great time doing this for Financial Literacy Month, but in the end, it’s all about making a difference. Do you want to make a change in your finances? When are you going to start?

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Debt Kills – #FLMonth

April 26, 2011

Tweet Jake from DebtSucksBlog.com 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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Where Do You Get Your Advice? – #FLMonth

April 22, 2011

Tweet Today’s Financial Literacy Month Question comes from Jon White at JW Financial Coaching. It pays to learn from others who have been there before you. Be sure and evaluate why they are qualified to instruct you before you take their advice though.

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To Will, or Not To Will – #FLMonth

April 21, 2011

Tweet Here’s an amusing video for a serious question. The video is shot by Steve Stewart of MoneyPlanSOS. The thoughtful question is brought to us by Linda at LillicoFinancialCoaching.com

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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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Saving For a Rainy Day – #FLMonth

April 16, 2011

Tweet Our Financial Literacy Month question of the day comes from Matt Wegner of FinancialExcellence.net. It involves your priorities when it comes to saving.

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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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