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5 Steps to Get Rid of Your Debt in 2020

Posted January 3, 2020

According to a survey conducted by CreditCard.Com more than a third of Americans incurred debt over the holiday season. I have always said that you will have more money if you are earning interest on it instead of paying interest to someone else and the reason I always say it…

Stress FREE Holiday Shopping!!!

Posted December 12, 2019

The Holidays are upon us and if you are a parent, you are likely stressing over finding the perfect gifts for your kids. Instead of fighting the crowds at the mall this year why don’t you instead put together a shopping plan that will make the Holidays a little easier…

Fiscal Tricks and Treats: 5 Simple Steps for a Brighter Financial Future

Posted October 31, 2019

If your finances are more frightening than The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, treat yourself to these five tricks so your financial future doesn’t end up a horror story! Have you ever been all alone and all of the sudden things just don’t feel right, like maybe the hair starts standing…

Financial Literacy For Kids

Posted October 1, 2019

A wise person once told me that values and traits are mostly caught not taught. Does that mean that we shouldn’t teach children about money? No! However, it does mean that we should practice good money behaviors and reinforce those behaviors through financial literacy. In layman’s terms, that means that…

How to Save Money by Cutting Expenses

Posted March 4, 2019

The concept of saving money by cutting expenses may not be top of mind for you. When I was a young soldier serving in the United States Army, I thought the only way to save money was by earning more money. However, earning more money is not the answer to…

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