Calm Finances During A Storm!

Posted by on Aug 12, 2013 in General | 0 comments

It’s my firm belief that how you choose to think about your circumstances has a subtle, yet profound, impact on how you handle storms. I’ve written often on this subject, so I won’t belabor it again.   Instead, this week, I thought I’d give you a short rundown on specific, financial steps to put in […]

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A Holiday Financial House Cleaning!

Posted by on Dec 8, 2012 in General | 0 comments

If you’re like most people, I bet that when you get your homeowner’s insurance renewal notice, you quickly glance at the price — and renew it.  You renew it simply because you don’t have the time to search around for better prices. In my experience, working with family finances for YEARS, I’ve learned that most […]

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The Six Best Ways to Beat Credit Card Debt

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in General | 1 comment

The national average credit card balance for 2011 was $6,576, down from $7,404 the previous year — and while it’s certainly nice to see improvement, I also know that any kind of debt can feel like you have Justin Tuck climbing on your back. (That’s a New York Giants reference, by the way. Google him […]

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How Warren Buffett did it!

Posted by on May 19, 2011 in General | 0 comments

Warren Buffett‘s Financial Wisdom Billionaires aren’t hatched overnight. But there will be another generation of such men and women in the next few decades — and chances are, they will tread the same path as those who have come before. So let’s look at Warren Buffett’s path as an example, shall we? 1) Start with […]

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