Tackle Your Taxes

Whether or not we like the current administration or agree with what is going on in Washington, as citizens, we have an obligation to pay taxes. Even in biblical times,…

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How to Complain Effectively

No matter how hard we try to be a good steward, there is always the potential for problems when we purchase goods or services. It doesn’t matter how much background…

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Your Financial Health Checkup

Is this the year you finally make plans to get financially healthy? The Financial Health Network, a non-profit which does consulting and research for the financial service industry, completed a…

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Don’t Get Scammed!

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has only been compiling complaints for about 8 years. Debt collectors are the top consumer complaint category. Identity theft (credit card fraud and tax fraud)…

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Debt Payoff Plans

Paying off debt is a lot like going a diet. There are many ways to do it and some seem simple and easy like skipping meals; fad food diets; replacing…

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Health Care Sharing Plans – Part 1

Health care costs seem to be rising every year, which has increased the popularity of some alternatives to traditional health insurance. These are called health care sharing plans. They operate…

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Congratulations on Getting Engaged!

Christmas and Valentine’s Day are popular days for marriage proposals. If you recently got engaged, congratulations! It’s time to start talking about a lot of things—the location of the wedding,…

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Lessons from a Financial Train Wreck

An article on The WealthSimple.com website caught my eye. In their “Money Diaries,” they feature interesting people telling their financial life stories in their own words.  This is the story…

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