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  • Top 10 Financial Oxymorons And Misnomers

    An oxymoron is a phrase that contradicts itself. A misnomer is a wrong or inaccurate use of a term. Both are misleading and can be damaging to your finances. I asked the Debt Freedom Fighter group on Facebook what they thought were the worst Financial... Read More >>

    The Best Places To Find Free Financial Advice

    You’ve likely heard the old saying “You get what you pay for.” In most cases that is true, but free financial advice is available to those who seek it. TV/Radio The advice given on broadcast cable stations and your local radio channel are just that:... Read More >>

    I Can’t Live Without My Smartphone

    It started so innocently: We needed phones in case our daughter was hurt or if our car broke down. Back then, circa 2005, all we needed was a dial tone from a device that wasn’t connected to the kitchen wall. Today our devices allow my entire family,... Read More >>

    Is There A Place For Plastc In An Apple Pay World?

    A new one-card-fits-all payment gadget is about to hit the market. Plastc, an electronic credit card-sized device, is scheduled to be released in the summer of 2015. It will first be released to consumers in the United States with future updates that will... Read More >>

    Finding Your Balance Between The Three Pillars Of Personal Finance

    As a financial coach, I hear people make this statement, “If I could just make more money I could start saving for retirement.” For the majority of Americans, producing a healthy income is only half the challenge. There are two other factors that make up... Read More >>

    Be Aware Of Hidden Costs From Lending To Others

    The average investor now has the ability to make a better return on semi-liquid cash, thanks to peer-to-peer lending. The risks can be mitigated and most peer-to-peer investors can net 4 percent to 10 percent on their money. It’s hard to argue against those... Read More >>

    Land The Big Job Without A Big Education

    How do you get a raise? You rock at your job. How do you rock your job? You apply your skills and knowledge to your work and bring value to your company. How do you learn these skills and knowledge to bring value to the company? You become educated in... Read More >>

    Three Important Things To Remember When Buying A Car

    Transportation is the third largest expense in most people's budget. Housing and taxes can consume up to half of the average American’s income. Cars suck up another 5 percent to 20 percent, depending on number of vehicles and if the consumer is carrying... Read More >>

    My Last-Minute Christmas Data Diet

    I had to go on a data diet just before Christmas. Twitter, Facebook, email and using my iPhone to replace crummy hotel Wi-Fi for a webinar I hosted in December ate up a bunch of our monthly data allotment. Compound that with my daughter’s love affair... Read More >>

    How To Survive Despite A Sucky Credit Score

    In my humble opinion, credit scores are overrated. There are too many journalists, bloggers and financial experts eager to tell you how to build your score but few of them challenge the status quo and point out the truth: You can succeed despite a sucky... Read More >>

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