• Three Financial Tips for Children

    Set your children off on the right financial path by teaching them these three important ideas. Start young — it’s important to broach the subject of money with kids at a young age. There’s no way to expect a child at any age to understand money unless you talk about […]

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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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  • 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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  • Saving Money Is In! Use Your Refund Wisely

    Saving money is in. Spending it like you’re not financially literate is out. If you get a tax refund this year and have outstanding debt, any kind of debt, the best use of that money is to pay the debt down or off. Here are some additional ways to use […]

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  • “Empire” and Stocks

    Many of you have enjoyed watching Cookie’s antics every week on the show Empire. While you were watching, the term IPO was mentioned at least once every episode. An IPO or initial public offering is the first sale of stock by a company to the public giving those who purchase […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Setting Goals

    The most important financial principle is to spend less than you earn. No matter what else you do, you must do this if you want to achieve financial freedom. One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to automate your savings. The less work you have to do to […]

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