Recent Financial Posts

Till Debt Do Us Part

Well I don’t quite remember my vows going like that but I can see how debt can play a role in a relationship. There are many reasons people get divorced including, communication issues, cheating, sexless marriages, alcohol, drugs, lack of fulfillment or just plain boredom with the relationships. One of the reasons consistently at the top of the list is …

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The Legacy of Nancy Reagan

I keep writing about the changes we need here in the United States and once again I am forced by the actions of others to react to the lack of compassion the people of our nation show other people. As you all know Nancy Reagan died of Congestive Heart Failure at the age of 94 years old on March 6, …

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Budgeting Makes Cents

A Gallup Journal poll stated that less than 33% of Americans have a monthly budget that they use to control their spending. It is startling to realize that the single most important financial document for personal finance is only used by 30% of people. So what is a budget? A budget is an itemized summary of income and expenses. It …

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Credit Cards vs. Debit Cards (A Response to Time.com Article Titled: “Millennials Prefer Debit Cards to Credit Cards. Here’s Why They’re Wrong.”

I recently read an Article at Time.com about Credit Cards vs. Debit cards. The original Article can be viewed HERE. While the article is targeted towards Millennials the author Taylor Tepper gives general advice that could be used by many people, Millennial or not. So let’s consider the authors advice. Credit and Debit Cards make life significantly easier. Reduce the …

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