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Avoid These Money Mistakes

Many people make a decision to change their money habits–whether that means saving more, spending less, or paying off credit cards–because for many Americans, money is a constant source of…

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Get Where You Are Going

The previous two blogs were about defining where you are financially.  Knowing your financial status is important because if you are trying to get ahead financially (and aren’t we all?)…

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Doubting Thomas

“Thomas called Didymus, one of the Twelve, was not with them when Jesus came. So the other disciples said to him, ‘We have seen the Lord.’ But he said to…

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Reflections on Leap Year

Finally, it seems that the cold snaps are beginning to melt away and Spring is here. Due to the leap year effect, Spring is early this year—the first official day…

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A Leaky Budget

A “leak” is defined as something escaping through a hole. So a budget leak means you have money escaping through a hole in your budget. A budget leak can have…

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Tax Cheats

Last week we blogged about getting organized so tax time is less stressful and more automated. This week’s blog is about another aspect of tax time – cheating! Most of…

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It’s Tax time!

For many people getting ready for tax time is full of stress, tension and anxiety. Most people have receipts, statements, stubs and other tax information scattered all over the house.…

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Money and The Seven Deadly Sins

We’ve just started the season of Lent, the 40 days before Easter in which Catholics pray, fast, and engage in acts of spiritual self-discipline. We do this in preparation for…

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