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Commonsense Rules of Financial Well-Being

June 14, 2018

If you want to become wealthy in your lifetime, and the sooner, the better, right? To become financially secure, you have to spend a few hours once a month thinking and planning to make it happen. People who put off financial planning or ignore its importance because they don’t have the time or assume they’re not…

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Avoid These Top Five Tax Filing Mistakes

May 23, 2018

With tax season in our rear-view mirror, let’s take a moment and review the top ten tax filing mistakes from this past filing period, so you can avoid the same traps in 2019. Since most Americans prepare their own taxes, with a high percentage of using an online tax service, these mistakes continue to be…

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The Pros and Cons of Structured Settlements: What You Need To Know

April 24, 2018

When it comes to personal injury and accident lawsuits, most of them never see the inside of a court room because both parties choose to reach a fair and equitable settlement. How this works is the plaintiff (the person who suffered the injury) agrees to stop any current or future legal action against the defendant…

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What To Do When You Are Finally Ready to “Sell My Annuity”

April 6, 2018

Your focus is to find the right company to sell your annuity for the best possible price so you can put the most cash in your pocket. While that is your focus, there is a lot that you’ll need to do before you can get there. If you rush things, you could make a bad…

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Picking The Best Tax Adviser For You

March 12, 2018

Tax season is upon us again, and the age-old question of “Who should help me prepare my taxes?” is endlessly heard. Should you take the tip from your barista, your neighbor, your uncle who all claim, “I have the best tax person!”? Before you do, you might want to consider a different approach, especially with…

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Pin Number Security

Protect Your PIN Number | Protect Your Account

January 19, 2018

Are You Careful With Your PIN? Most People Aren’t This is a no-brainer, right? Well, you would think so since the PIN is a direct path to your hard earned cash but the numbers are shocking. Americans are having their finances drained because of being careless with their PIN number. Mind you, this is not…

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You Can’t Borrow Your Way Out of Debt

January 7, 2018

We live in an age where you want things now and pay for them later. Sure, you may think that promotion is going to come through with a pay raise, or the nice bonus, but human nature is you will spend long before you acquire and that creates debt. Because that “sure thing” sometimes doesn’t…

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