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Do you want your children to be financially responsible and learn how to handle money? Find out tips and advice for teaching children about money.

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Four Tips For Early Retirement

11 October 2017
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Finance & Money, Blog

Early retirement doesn't have to be a pipe dream. Many people achieve this goal even on moderate incomes. The key is to be focused and organized. The following tips can help you develop a plan that will take you toward your dream of early retirement: #1: Streamline your expenses Your first task is to minimize the amount of money you spend. Cook at home and avoid dining out, drive an older car with no payments, and start looking at the second-hand market for your needs as well as your wants.
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3 Reasons To Require A Performance Bond

25 August 2017
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Investing in a large-scale construction project can be a daunting task. There are many risks associated with the construction process, and many of these risks could result in financial losses. Finding ways to protect your investment is critical when it comes to financing a large-scale construction project. Here are three reasons why you should consider requiring a performance bond for all major construction projects you finance in the future.  1. A performance bond helps vet your contractor.
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2 Tips That Can Help You Get Approved For A Mortgage

4 August 2017
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Qualifying for a mortgage can often be exceedingly difficult, which makes sense when you consider just how much money you are typically going to be asking a lender to give you in order to purchase pretty much any type of home. However, there are a few things you can do that can help you get approved for a mortgage, such as the two tips listed below. Add Someone To Your Loan Application
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Protect Your Savings from Inflation with These Three Alternative Investments

15 November 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

Having a comfortable amount of your money in a savings account is certainly a good idea. After all, you never know when you might need quick access to some cash to cover a medical emergency or other personal crisis. Even if you have a substantial amount of money in a retirement account such as a 401(k), there are generally high financial penalties for withdrawing that money prematurely, which makes that course of action an unattractive option for funding unexpected life events.
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Preparing To File Taxes For Your Small Business: 3 Types Of Payroll Documents You’ll Need

8 November 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

Most people aren't hesitating to follow their own dreams and open up their own small business in hopes of making it big. Over 99% of businesses in the U.S.A. are considered to be small businesses. If you're one of them, you'll know that following your dreams isn't necessarily the hard part. It's the paperwork and the process that really burdens you. Tax season is particularly stressful for small business owners, as they scramble to get all of their paperwork and documents in order before filing their taxes.
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Teaching Your Kids About Money

Do you have children? Do you want them to be financially responsible and learn how to handle money? My name is Donna, and I have successfully taught my own children how to save, invest and make good decisions regarding money. I have developed a plan from my own experiences that I hope you can use to teach your own children how money works and how to best use it. I'll show you how to teach kids to find good deals on items they want and how to open a savings account so their money can grow. Teach your kids about money when they are young and you will be giving them an advantage in life.

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