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"Because It Matters"... Jim
Is long term health care part of your comprehensive financial strategy? If not... how likely is it to ruin your well conceived financial plan?
Divorce comes as a really shattering experience, leaving one in a flux of painful emotions. At times, this emotional roller coaster makes it quite difficult
One of the best pieces of financial advice that I have ever received is to keep a buffer in your checking account. The amount of your buffer should be
Meet Debbie Brown, one of the featured personal trainers on our site. You can read articles written by Debbie here.
Too many wait until retirement to find out. Todays personal financial choices directly impact your future retirement opportunity.
Do you view personal budgeting as oppressive and hard to stick with? Many people do. This attitude is derived from a flawed concept about what personal budgeting is and how to do it. Learn more.
Debt stacking is not debt consolidation. Nor is it debt counseling. Debt stacking is a very simple, yet incredibly powerful debt elimination technique that can change your future. Learn more.
The envelope budget is time tested. It was once used by many American families to help them avoid debt and overspending. The envelope budget is a very effective way to manage your family budget.
Debt elimination will become a primary goal only when you understand the true cost of debt. Debt elimination leads the way to financial freedom. Find out how much it matters.
The truth may surprise you. Debt consolidation can actually cost you money. And debt consolidation may ultimately be... financially dangerous. Learn more.