• Stock Market Tips for Beginners

    • Diversify. Invest in stocks from a variety of industries so that when one industry is having trouble, another one will be healthy. • Watch valuations. If you overpay, even the best stock is no winner. • Tune out the noise. Avoid checking prices and news on your stock every […]

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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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  • 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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  • Ten Things To Do For Your Children Right Now 

    (1) Talk honestly about your household finances (2) Open an investment account (can be set it up as a trust) (3) Get them a passport (4) Start a college fund (5) Start a savings account (6) Get them a library card (7) Check out books on coding or anything involving […]

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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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  • Fixing your relationship with money

    Sometimes families or marriages need and seek counseling. Have you considered that you might need FINANCIAL counseling?  Do you need to fix your relationship with money? Your financial relationship is so hard-wired that, whether you experience a major setback or a huge windfall, ultimately you will find yourself back where […]

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  • Be a planner

    Do things happen to you or do you make things happen?  Trials surely come, however, some of our trials are self-created. Amen. So learn to be a planner. Make financial plans for major life events: 1) make retirement plans while you’re young, working and while it’s day 2) make plans […]

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  • Credit Scores

    The author James Baldwin said it’s very expensive to be poor. We often pay more for everyday goods and services depending on where we live. In this age of predatory short term pay day loans and high interest credit cards we must be mindful of our credit. A few late […]

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  • Financial Goals

    Any time that we want to change our financial picture, we need to start by setting financial goals. Many people look at the New Year as a good time to begin making changes and creating new financial habits. In order for our changes and goals to be successful, we should […]

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  • Something To Think About

    Something to think about. If a church or temple has been renting for ten to twenty years, just say the church is paying $1,000.00 a month. Let’s do the math. $1,000 x 12 = $12,000.00 per year. $12,000,00 x 10 $120,000,00 and $ 12,000.00 x 20 =$240,000.00. We all have […]

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