• Budget Like A Pro

    Consider an all-cash diet. If you’re consistently overspending, this may break you out of that rut. This simple approach will allow you to see fully how much money you’re passing out. Try it for a couple of pay periods and you may be surprised and inspired to slow down. Take […]

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  • Wills and Trusts

    They’re not just for the old. Think about and make a plan for yourself. A will is basically a simple document stating what you want to happen to your worldly property in the event of your passing. After you pass away, the will is used in public court in a […]

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  • Let Your Refund Work For You

    It’s tax time again. Here’s a reminder on a way to hold onto your lump sum and put it to work for you. Consider rolling your tax refund or a portion of into a CD (certificate of deposit). You can then use your CD as collateral to borrow money short […]

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  • Stocks In Place of Traditional Gifts

    Instead of buying toys and products for your children, consider purchasing stock. Mattel (MAT) stock is trading at $26.25 Hasbro (HAS) stock is trading at $68.37 Sony (SNE) stock is trading at $24.34 Think and do activities that demonstrate your freedom. This has been our money kingdom financial perspective. May […]

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  • The Poverty Mindset

    Debt is a form of the grave. Metaphors often refer to debt as being in a hole. Fellow Copts, let’s apply our anthem to this condition and proclaim that no grave will hold us down. As we draw closer to this season of consumption, please make sure your house is […]

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  • Self-Directed IRA

    A Self-Directed IRA is technically not any different than other IRAs (or 401ks). Self-directed IRAs have been around for years, but they’ve been gaining popularity recently among do-it-yourself investors looking to expand beyond stocks, bonds and mutual funds.  A self-directed IRA is not for the passive investor. You must be […]

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  • The Coptic Diet

    What is the Coptic diet? Do you know? As we elevate spiritually certain things, activities, tastes and cravings do fall away. However, in all things we say, moderation. As Copts we know that all sickness is not unto death however, many of us are an illness away from financial death […]

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  • Life Insurance

    It’s a New Year and the best time to get your house in order by setting some basic family financial plans in motion. If we focus on one task at a time, your family’s financial footing can be established by February. Let’s start with life insurance. Ask yourself 3 questions: […]

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  • Credit Cards | Soft and Hard Inquiries

    I already know you’re going to go to the mall and when you make your transactions, you’ll be asked whether you want to apply for a store credit card. Store credit cards are essentially useless. Stick with the major cards like MasterCard, American Express and Discover which allow you to […]

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  • Financial Irresponsibility

    There is an integrity and character demonstrated in how you deal with your debts. Some people freely incur debts with no thought on how they’ll be paid. Your money habits (aka credit worthiness) are an indicator of how you deal with debt. Strive to do what’s right in everything you […]

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