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So Simple a Kid Could Get It – #FLMonth

April 18, 2011

Tweet Brad Chaffee and his son Isaac (Enemy Of Debt) bring today’s Financial Literacy Month question of the day to us. This question is really so simple that a kid could answer it, but how many times have you seen people who just didn’t seem to get it?

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The Tax Man Cometh – #FLMonth

April 15, 2011

Tweet In honor of “tax day”, Jon White of JW’s Financial Coaching asks about refunds.

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The Art of Saving Money – #FLMonth

April 9, 2011

Tweet Today’s Financial Literacy Month question comes from Linda Lillico at www.Facebook.com/LillicoFinancialCoaching.

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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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The 60 Minute Money Workout

March 21, 2011

Tweet I recently received a copy of The 60-Minute Money Workout by Ellie Kay for review courtesy of Blogging for Books, a program of Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group. As a finance coach, I was very excited to review this book. Some people may think there are already too many personal finance books out there. I […]

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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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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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