Weekend Edition: Stay informed with your money 11/15/15

November 14, 2015
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    The weekend is a time when most households catch up with the news, housekeeping, shopping, and rest. This week’s news articles were overwhelmed with retirement plans, allocation, and the market. I assume it […]

Increase Your Net Worth

November 13, 2015
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Before you can do, you must know what to do. You will often hear individuals express how much debt they have incurred over the years, but continue to engage in the same malicious cycle that […]

Life after Bankruptcy

November 11, 2015
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Filing for bankruptcy is not the end of the world.  There are so many individuals who are faced with this situation across the nation.  Per the US courts system as of March 2015, the filings […]

How an international student can receive a green card

November 9, 2015
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Should international students be given green cards along with their diploma? It has been seen that international students constitute roughly 20% of the New York University and they have to cross many obstacles in order […]

Talking with your children about finances

October 28, 2015
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Do you talk with or include your kids in financial conversations?  Are you afraid to share with them when you are struggling with your finances?  Why?  Don’t!  Most of us grew up during a time […]

Raising a broke generation

October 27, 2015
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A few days ago I had a conversation with a group of adults about parenting, decision making and responsibilities.  The style of parenting varied, however, most agreed about disciplinary methods. The conversation quickly shifted to […]

{Video} Teaching your teen how to budget

October 26, 2015
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While a budget is one of the most important money management tools you can teach teens and tweens, it may be a completely new concept for them. Find out how to teach teens and tweens […]

5 Ways to manage your paycheck

October 22, 2015
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Before you begin spending all your money to end up broke by Sunday, manage your paycheck. Since it’s Thursday, it would be in your best interest to write down your financial goals, plan out your […]

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