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Moms: What are you worth?

Attention stay-at-home moms (or dads): If you’re earning a six-figure salary, please raise your hand. Anyone …? You might ask, “How do you place a value on being a mom and the ‘super-powers’ that come with the job?” Like healing a skinned knee with a kiss and a cookie. Or creating a parallel universe to watch a soccer game and dance recital…

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Common retirement planning mistakes

While we can learn a lot from our own mistakes, we can learn from the mistakes of others, too — this is true in life and true in retirement planning as well. Below are three common retirement-planning mistakes that you can learn from as you prepare for your own retirement. Not saving earlier Starting to save for retirement earlier…

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Don’t strive to be average

Handling your money like a typical American is terrible plan.  Here’s why.  The typical American is flat broke! Fellow debt-hating guru and financial coach Jon White (@JWFinCoaching) wrote a blog called “Don’t be average”.  In it, he rattles off a number of disappointing statistics about the average American.  Here’s just a…

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Debt elimination strategy

There are some tips and tricks to getting out of debt, but mostly, debt elimination is about patience and discipline. Unless you suddenly receive a large sum of money, paying off debt is a marathon, not a sprint. It’s important to keep this in mind; it’s easy to get discouraged when you don’t see results right away. But just because…

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Target offering free credit monitoring for a year

If you shopped at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15, some of your information was taken. That included credit/debit card numbers, names, mailing addresses, email addresses or phone numbers. Target has a site for answers to most of your questions regarding this incident. But many experts are encouraging you to continue to monitor…

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5 financial do’s and don’ts for the new year

With a new year comes a new season of your financial life. 2013 was a great year for some, with the stock market posting record numbers multiple times. Dave Szafranski is the President of Edgewater Investment Group in Avon, Ohio and a follower of Christ. He says that if you didn’t take risks in 2013, you missed out. He also adds…

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Closing out 2013

The holidays can be hectic, but don’t let a busy Christmas season keep you from reviewing your finances and financial documents before the end of the year. Here are a few things to do before 2014. Organize Throughout the year, you likely accumulated receipts, investment statements, bills, and other financial documents. Day to…

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God’s way of handling money

Enough is enough, now is the time!  We absolutely, 100%, need to get back to God’s way of handling money.  Too many of us are hurting and struggling with money because we’ve shied away from Godly fundamentals. First and foremost, we need to understand that God owns everything.  Psalm 24:1 says, “The earth is the Lord’s, and all it contains,…

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Pay off your debt

This is a big one – paying off all of your debt except your mortgage.  This is huge.  We’re setting the captives free!  No more “…borrower is slave to the lender” (Proverbs 22:7) stuff.  This is by far the hardest and most-intense part of the “baby steps”, but the most powerful! Dave Ramsey will suggest using his “debt snowball” which…

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