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The Joy of Building Things: Part Two

I’ve developed some momentum with the my woodworking goals this month.  Since I last built the bookcase, I’ve completed two other small projects and thought I would share those here today. 849 more words


Evaluating Retirement Spending

A leading financial advisor in central Pennsylvania, Richard Braverman helps his clients plan for their futures. In addition to working with businesses, Richard Braverman works with individuals at all stages of their lives, including those who have already entered retirement. 169 more words

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My Small Business: A Sole Proprietorship (L80)

The reason I have chosen to run my dog walking business Love-On-Four-Legs as a sole proprietorship is because, first of all, this is not a legal entity. 219 more words

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WORTHY Reads // January 29, 2015

Can you believe the first month of the year is already almost over?

I’ve been making some progress on my goals and I’m still pretty motivated! 341 more words

What we really need to be better off financially

Oh how I love CNN Money. What we really need to be better off financially: http://money.cnn.com/2015/01/27/pf/financial-education-cfpb/index.html?iid=H_PF_News.

A lot of what we need to be better off financially involves an emergency fund. I’m working on mine.

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Smart or Dumb: The Decision Is In!

Yesterday I pulled the trigger on my first financial Smart or Dumb decision. Was I going to take a trip to San Diego in May with my best friends from home, incurring some major expenses along the way? 700 more words


Eliminating Debt !

The most popular approaches to debt elimination are: paying off the largest debt first, paying off the smallest debt first, paying off the debt with the highest interest rate first, and loan consolidation. 535 more words

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