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Money Minute: Next Steps

By Daniel Potter, Guest Writer

If you’re reading this, you’ve made it to the last few weeks of the Spring 2016 semester. Congratulations! We’ve come a long way in the Money Minute, having discussed shame around money, budgeting financial resources and time, and the cost of our habits. 499 more words

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Saving for college, so many choices. Which one fits my family’s needs?

The hardest thing about being a parent is that time flies by so fast when raising children. One minute you can hold them in your arms and the next minute they’re graduating high school. 768 more words

Money worries, are they impacting your people's well being?

Money is often considered a “hygiene” factor in the employee value proposition, it has to be right, but won’t necessarily motivate or retain people.   914 more words

Employee Transition Program

Realtors: It's Tax Time!! Tax strategy that will save you $$$$!!

It’s so common. I always ask the question to our prospects who are realtors, ‘”How do you receive your commissions?” Most come back to me with a simple , “I receive them in my checking account.” And most pay ordinary income tax on their earnings. 157 more words

Business Development

You have a baby…now what?

At some point within the first 30 days of having our first child, I asked the question “What the hell do we do now??” Being responsible for another human being can be a daunting task. 722 more words

First Investments!

I am a massive advocate for starting to invest as soon as you have access to a bank account. This doesn’t mean going out and buying the most risky hybrid of a bank about to go under, it can be something as simple as putting your money in a savings account to accumulate interest. 336 more words

Financial Freedom

Money Minute: Get Ready for Summer

by Angel Lee, Guest Contributor

It is March already! Summer break is just 10 weeks away! Don’t panic yet. There is still time to figure out how to finance your summer and maybe even some school expenses for next academic year. 241 more words

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