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5 Money Tips for Single Women

With divorce rates so high in the US plus the fact that many women are getting married at an older age, chances are that if you are a woman you will be single at some point in your adult age. … Continue reading

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Save money on wedding gifts this summer

Depending on the formality and scale of the wedding, most guests are expected to spend between $60-$150 on a wedding gift, whether presented in the form of a present or as cash. The rule of thumb is to cover the … Continue reading

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8 Great Places to Hide Cash While Traveling

It is summer and that means it will be the height of summer travel soon! Carrying cash can be worrisome, especially if you like to pay in cash for the most part. Just carrying it in your wallet is not … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Properly Closing Out an Old Bank Account

In the course of our life, I am sure that you will have to change banks for one reason or another. Whether it be from moving to different towns or because of dissatisfaction, moving your bank account may seem like … Continue reading

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6 Personal Finance Tips for Beginners

Growing up is hard. There is so much to learn and when it comes to fiances and money, it can be tough to know the right things to do that will make a difference in your life. But taking the … Continue reading

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Best advice from Financial experts: Investing for your child’s future

We’ve gathered advice from parents and financial experts on how to be financially fit for their child’s college. Winnie Sun Co-Founder & Managing Director of Sun Group Wealth Partners   My advice, being an experienced financial advisor and mother of 3 … Continue reading

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5 Common Credit Myths You Need to Know

  There is so much information out there regarding credit and what you should and shouldn’t do. While most of it is correct and helpful, there is also a lot of myths that can affect your credit. Lets look at … Continue reading

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How to Handle a Deceased Person’s Debts

  It is a tough time when a loved one passes away. Then add in the issues with handling their fiances and bills they left behind and it can become a very stressful situation for any family. Having some basic … Continue reading

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Tips for Dealing with an IRS Tax Audit

  There is probably nothing more nerve racking than getting notified of an IRS audit. But instead of flipping out, there are some things to know to help you through this stressful time. These simple tips will help you get … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Maintain a Good Credit Rating

  In today’s financial times it can be difficult to maintain a great credit rating. Things can change quickly. Loss of a job, illness, divorce, unexpected expenses and more. Playing it safe today and growing your credit smartly can help … Continue reading

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