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10 Ways Children Can Ruin Your Retirement

Discussing children and money in the same sentence can be dangerous. Most parents want to be able to support their children financially, but sometimes worry how to do so without putting their own futures in jeopardy. Children can be expensive, … Continue reading

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You Only Live Once, So Don’t Blow It

A woman that I know casually from church recently lost her husband. He died after a long illness at the young age of forty-two. Any way you look at it, it’s a tragedy. However, there is one bright spot. The … Continue reading

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Personal Responsibility Is The Key to Financial Success

I think if I hear the words “bail out” once more I might scream. It seems that everywhere I turn these days someone, some company, or some institution is getting bailed out of their bad financial decisions. As someone who … Continue reading

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