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Posted April 10, 2017

Most people think that estate planning is only for the rich and famous. While you may think that you do not fall into that category, contrary to popular belief those who are not rich and famous should also consider having their estate planning documents in order prior to death or…

Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Posted March 14, 2017

A 2015 study by SunTrust Bank found that it’s not just those in a lower-income tax bracket that are living paycheck to paycheck. According to the online study, which was conducted by Harris Poll, nearly one-third of households earning $75,000 annually found themselves with more month than money. Perhaps even…

Steve Repak’s Best Personal Finance Tips for Single Mom’s in 2017

Posted February 1, 2017

From some of the research I conducted, I read that about two-thirds of Americans will make a New Year’s Resolution. Possibly you were one who may have made one or two for yourself. The reality is that 80% of those people that made a New Year’s Resolution will have given…

Year End Money Moves

Posted November 22, 2016

Luke 16:11 (NIV) “So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with true riches?” People that are successful managing worldly wealth have no secret powers or smarter than anyone else. Success has less to do with what you know and more with what…

Conversations’ Top 50 Non-Fiction Books of 2016

Posted November 13, 2016

As Conversations Book Club celebrates its 10-Year Anniversary it is with great pleasure that we announce our Top 50 Non-Fiction Books of 2016. The books were chosen by book club President Cyrus Webb based on their ability to inspire, educate and motivate the readers. “Having personally read the books myself…

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