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How to Reach Your Holiday Savings Goal

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It may seem crazy to start thinking about the holidays in the first days of summer, however, it’s always best to be prepared when it comes to personal spending. Here are 4 simple tips to help prepare you for the 2018 holiday season!

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5 Tips to Help a Small Business Grow in 2018

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In the world of business it’s all about growth. Sometimes it seems that in comparison to large corporations, small businesses have to try twice as hard just to get half as far – but this isn’t always the case. Here are five tips to help small businesses grow in 2018.

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4 Steps to Help Boost your Credit

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We may be 1 month into 2018, but it’s not too late to add another resolution: improving your credit. Take these 4 simple steps to improve your financial standing, and give you more peace of mind.

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What’s your Money Resolution for 2018?

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My resolutions for 2018 are fairly simple: cut carbs out of my diet, spend more time with friends and family, and build more savings. While the latter is one of the more common New Year’s resolutions to have, it isn’t easily achieved. Too often, people set money goals with dollar amounts that are a bit too ambitious, or they set themselves up with spending plans which end up being too strict and doomed to fail. Here are some achievable money resolutions for 2018! Continue reading


Did You Know That Stress at Work Can Affect Your Wallet?

stressed.jpgIt’s no secret that our jobs shape our identity. But did you know that your job can potentially affect the way you spend money? In fact, studies have shown that added stress from work leads consumers to favor spending over saving. Here are 3 tips to help you make healthy financial decisions despite challenges in your professional life. Continue reading


Were You Born to Have Your Own Business?

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Owning your own business is unlike any other job you can have. Actually, it really isn’t a job- more so a lifestyle. Most entrepreneurs will tell you, firsthand, that going into business for yourself is the most challenging yet rewarding life choice. And while some people just aren’t equipped for the potential struggles of entrepreneurship, there are still the select few people who don’t back down in the face of adversity.

In my research I have narrowed down the 15 most important habits that an entrepreneur should possess. It’s not to say that if you don’t possess some of these characteristics that you shouldn’t go into business for yourself, rather, it might be more of a challenge for you. Continue reading to find out what these valuable qualities are, and to see where you fit in. Continue reading