What to Buy In October: Trick? or Treat?

Trick or Treat? Here are a few tips on what treats to purchase this month and what tricks to steer clear of. Jeans: Treat!             Denim that is still left over from the Back-to-School sales  will be discounted to make way for more winter-y items.   Travel Destinations: Treat! As the summer travel season slows…

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Christmas In September: How to Beat The Post-Holiday Blues NOW

The following is a true story: September 6th, 2016: witnessed an entire aisle of Halloween decorations in a department store as well as on display at end of aisles. Halloween decorations out 54 days before the actual holiday? And this isn’t even the biggest holiday of the season. At this rate, we might be seeing…

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My Childhood Regret Is My Biggest Fear For The Future

As you grow older, do you ever look back on your younger years and think “man, I wish I had tried _______”? or even “what if I had done _______”? For me, being an active person and loving sports, I think back to when I was younger and think why didn’t I play more sports?…

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Today Is Women’s Equality Day – Why This Day Is Important to Your Financial Goals

Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on August 26th each year, dating back 45 years to the first celebration in 1971. The day commemorates the vote in the year 1920 in which the 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States was revised to include women’s right to vote. This alteration to the amendment would…

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BUSTED: The 4 Biggest Myths about Financial Planning

Financial Planning. Here are the four biggest myths surrounding these ominous words. You may be surprised that Financial Planning actually isn’t all that scary–what’s scary is if you don’t address it!     Financial Planning is only for the Rich This is considered one of the most common assumptions surrounding financial planning—and also the most…

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