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COVID-19 and Home Buying: 3 Universal Truths

One thing we know about the COVID-19 pandemic is that nothing is ever easy. NOT-A-THING... No surprise that thinking about buying a home in the midst of all of that's going on... would come with some "thangs" to chat about! It's likely that if you're on the house hunt now (or gearing up to start), […]

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Wait? I Need a Business Structure?

We’re taking class to Business 101 for newbies looking to start off strong in entrepreneurship. Let’s start with business structures and simple checklists to get started.

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Debt Freedom Doesn’t Equal Wealth

As much as I love being without debt, it is not a tool used for wealth building. This myth has to be addressed because I’ve seen the sometimes harsh realities of too much focus on debt and a lack of focus on building long term wealth.

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13 tips to curb your spending

Ever get to the end of the month (or worse yet, mid-month) and think, “Wait, where did all my money go?” We hear time and time again that it's important to spend less... but no one REALLY shares how to make that happen –– in a practical way. So here I am with some simple […]

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The Power of an Online-Only Savings Account

Saving money isn’t always fun. There, I said it! And, when you have to rely on yourself to take the money that’s sitting oh so prettily in your checking account... and manually move it over to a savings account... at your same bank... a few doors down from your forever-BFF checking account… it’s even less […]

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How to Win the Credit Card Debt Fight

Okay, time to rip the band-aid off a very uncomfortable topic: DEBT.  Ever had this feeling? You go to the mailbox and quickly sift through the contents. Behind a pile of junk mail, you see that monthly credit card statement from your credit card company and immediately experience heart palpitations. Whew! Trust me, I know […]

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How to Build Your Credit and Save Cash with Self

Let me guess Dream Catcher… you want to improve your credit, right? Nope, I’m not psychic; easy guess because credit is the #1 request for help in my inbox. Everyone wants better credit, and even folks with great credit, want great-er credit. Lol! The big fuss? Bad credit makes for a very expensive life; you […]

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