money

The Magic Money Tree

May 9, 2011

Tweet I’ve noticed a common theme among many people that I have met with regarding personal finance. Many of them seem like their ready to make a change and get out of debt. They’ve taken the time to seek me out and to fill out some basic information about their financial situation. It takes a […]

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Emergency Bonus Round! – #FLMonth

May 1, 2011

Tweet MAYDAY! EMERGENCY video! This wasn’t scheduled (emergencies never are) so this is a bonus question for Financial Literacy Month. Matt tells their story of his unexpected even in a podcast, and asks this question:

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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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Money Market Funds or Accounts? – #FLMonth

April 28, 2011

Tweet Greg Pare with Financial Fitness Coaching brings us today’s Financial Literacy Month question. It involves a couple of savings products. Do you know the difference?

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What’s Your Motivation? – #FLMonth

April 27, 2011

Tweet Jeff Kosola from DeliverAwayDebt.com asks what on the surface seems like a pretty basic question. The reality is though, that it’s the most important question you can ask yourself. If you don’t have a driving motivation, it’s not going to happen. When the going gets rough, you’re going to give up and go back […]

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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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Saving for College – #FLMonth

April 25, 2011

Tweet The costs of a college education are rising rapidly. Many graduates are burdened by excessive debt that they struggle to pay back while trying to build a life for themselves. If you are able to set aside money to help your children cover some of their college expenses, what’s the best way to do […]

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