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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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Protect Your Savings from Inflation with These Three Alternative Investments

15 November 2016
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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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3 Things You May Need To Help You Bail Someone Out Of Jail

27 October 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

It can be stressful to get a phone call from a spouse, friend, or relative who has been arrested and wants you to bail them out. Before you agree to pay for or arrange for someone's bail, here are three things you may need. Cash to Pay Their Bail When someone you know is arrested, they are taken to jail until they can get a court date with the judge. Sometimes their court date may be several days or weeks away.
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3 Behavioral Modification Techniques To Gain Better Financial Habits With A Certified Financial Planner

25 October 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

Although the education system teaches plenty of different concepts and skills, it usually falls short when it comes to financial planning. 34% of Americans don't have any future financial plans and don't actually really know how they should plan financially for their future. If those statistics speak to you, it's time to dig yourself out of a financial rut by scheduling an appointment with a certified financial planner. A certified financial planner's most important role and responsibility is not to help you invest in stocks or mutual funds, but to help you gain better financial habits through behavioral modification.
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Getting Married On A Budget? Here’s How To Keep Your Personal Loan Manageable

17 October 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

The average cost of a wedding in the United States is about $26,000, which can make getting married feel more like a stressful and inconvenient event than a happy one. Getting a personal loan is an effective way to help cover the costs of your upcoming wedding, but it's a good idea to take steps that will help keep your loan manageable as your marriage plans unfold. Aside from eloping to Las Vegas and buying an inexpensive wedding package or simply heading to the justice of the peace, there are a few things you can do to ensure that your personal loan stays manageable while planning your dream wedding with friends and family at home.
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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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