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2022-06-29

The Behavior Gap and Your Financial Health

“It turns out my job was not to find great investments but to help create great investors,” writes Carl Richards, author of “The Behavior Gap.” From increasing our budget mindfulness to taking a steadier approach to investing, Richards has drawn attention to how our unexamined behaviors and emotions can be to our detriment when it comes to living a happy…
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2022-05-23

4 Tips to Save for and Fund Your Child’s College Tuition

College and other forms of higher education have always been a vital part of planning a career. The foundation of any resume, a recent study interviewing 500 professional recruiters showed that all 500 look for candidates with a college degree . Some common rebuttals to the argument for college might start with names like Zuckerberg, Jobs, Gates and Oprah Winfrey,…
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2022-04-20

7 Tips for Saving Money at the Pump

The surge in gas prices swooped in just in time to dampen the mood in 2022. With the Russian invasion of Ukraine continuing to impact oil prices all around the world, the best solution might be to embrace the climb and start brainstorming some small life changes we can make to compensate. According to AAA, the United States hit its…
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2022-03-12

7 Tips to Resolve Financial Issues Between Couples

No matter how long you have been together, financial issues can wreak havoc on a committed relationship. According to Investopedia, some of the top money issues between partners include money/personality style clashes, debt, personal spending, children, and extended family differences. When couples don’t agree about spending and saving habits, it can lead to stress, arguments and resentment. Here are seven…
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2022-02-07

6 Facts About Taxes

Individual income tax returns for 2021 will be due April 15th, 2022. In preparation as we head into the tax season, here are some facts to consider. Where your tax dollars go. In 2021, the federal government spent $6.82 trillion, which equals 30% of the nation’s gross domestic product. Three significant areas of spending make up the majority of the…
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2021-03-10

How Big Events Like Ukraine Can Impact Your Retirement

The past few years have shown us that big world events can impact our lives at any moment. Sometimes we see them coming. Other times, we don’t have the ability to prepare and buckle in for the turmoil ahead. The COVID-19 virus is one of the best recent examples of major world events impacting the economy. Now, the Russian invasion…