Off to School You Go – Part 2

By admin|July 23, 2018

        Financial Tips for Your Freshman I received a lot of great response to last week’s blog post that talked about some financial tips to help your new college freshman succeed at school. I did some additional research and found a few more helpful strategies that I thought I would pass along, as well. If you missed last week’s post, here is a quick summation: There are

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Put Together A Plan of Action

By admin|July 5, 2018

          Don’t Give Up Now… I know, I know.  I am a few days late for my “Monday Blog”.  I had a few house projects and the holiday snuck up on me and I got behind a little on my writing responsibilities to you! As I was working to build a deck yesterday, it kept rolling around in my head that I could hardly believe that

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A Real Plan For Your Life – Financially

By admin|June 25, 2018

        It is YOUR Budget – Not Ours! When I mention the word “budget”, what is the very first thing that you think about?  In most cases, people immediately think about restrictions and suddenly they are never going to have any fun again.  They think that budgets are suffocating and harsh. As we have worked with people over the last many years, their reasons for establishing a

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The Dog Days of Summer

By admin|June 18, 2018

          Budgeting For Your Blow Money I absolutely love the summer months.  I truly enjoy working in the yard, cutting the grass, watering the flowers and spending extra time outside.  As I have gotten older, I don’t like the intense heat but I still enjoy everything about the summer months.  I enjoy the baseball season and the busy days leading up to the All-Star break.  I

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A Break From Your Budget

By admin|June 5, 2018

      It’s OK to Take a Day Off You might have noticed that we took Memorial Day off from our Monday Blog Posts.  I hope that you missed the wonderfully engaging information and not just our weekly Facebook Posts!  We spent a few days at The Lake of The Ozarks and shared some special time with our niece and nephew.  It was a much-needed break from our normally

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Money Tips – No Brainers – Part 2

By admin|May 21, 2018

      Some Help on the Road to Your Financial Independence I mentioned last week that we have been writing and posting blogs consistently now for the last several months.  The consistency of this process has really helped us stay current on new money trends and we hope that it is helping you too.  I stumbled upon an article recently that listed several “no brainer” steps to help families

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Money Tips – No Brainers

By admin|May 14, 2018

      Some Help on the Road to Your Financial Independence We have been writing and posting blogs consistently now for the last several months.  It has helped us stay current on lots of new money trends and we hope that it is helping you too.  While doing my research this week, I found a listing of little “snippets” of money advice that I thought I would share with

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Money and Millennial’s

By admin|May 8, 2018

    Your future self will thank you Last year I helped a group of people conduct a study on millennial’s and what keeps them in your area for employment purposes.  It was a very interesting study into the mindset of our biggest employment group since the baby boomer generation.  We pulled tons of statistics to complete the study and I pulled some of it out this weekend to get

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Three Things I Have Learned About Money

By admin|May 1, 2018

        The Simplicity of Personal Finance Over the course of the last several years, I have read a lot about personal finances and I have written a lot, as well. Here are three things that I have found to be true about money and how to best handle it in your life: Savings is Good and Debt is Bad This seems pretty basic – right? So many

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Transform Your Finances

By admin|April 23, 2018

        Take it apart – Organize it – Put it back together One of my favorite things to do is take a piece of furniture and transform it into something new. This has gotten to be quite popular for those of us DIYers. Another thing I love to do is completely change a room with a fresh coat of paint and rearrange the furniture. My husband makes

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