December, 2010

Giving Back for the Holidays

December 29th, 2010

With the holidays in full-swing, many of us will find ourselves giving thanks and sharing gifts with friends, family and loved ones. Unfortunately, however, this time of year isn’t as joyous for some members of the community, as they find themselves without [...]

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Review: “Delivering Happiness”

December 29th, 2010

From selling lemonade as a young child to running a billion-dollar company, Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos.com has proven throughout his life that he was born to be an entrepreneur.  “Delivering Happiness” is an insightful book about all of the steps and [...]

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Merging Accounts with Your Spouse

December 29th, 2010

Merging bank accounts with your spouse can be a tough decision. Do you feel comfortable sharing all your assets? Do you or your partner have debt such as student loans or credit card debt? Starting with a conversation with your spouse is the smartest thing[...]

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Credit Card. 0% Interest. Tempting. Worth It?

December 23rd, 2010

These days, it seems our mailboxes are flooded with credit card offers advertising 0% interest. It’s tempting to take advantage of such a low rate, but it may not be worth it in the long run. Before you make plans to purchase that new flat screen TV, take[...]

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Parents Focus on Passing Down Financial Literacy to Children

December 16th, 2010

The subprime mortgage crisis and economic downturn forced millions of families into foreclosure, unemployment and staggering debt. Although Americans are taking strides to get back on track, recent reports show financial literacy continues to be a problem. A [...]

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