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Be ready for life’s financial ups & downs

Posted on June 1st, 2017
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Selena’s story A couple of years ago, Selena wanted to move out of her apartment. It was fine when she moved in back in 2009, but since then the neighborhood had become less and less safe. It got so bad that she was worried about her...

Do you need a “Freedom Fund”?

Posted on June 1st, 2017
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At Hathaway Adair, we encourage people to save for a “Freedom Fund.” Having money set aside for a specific purpose of giving you the freedom to do what you want is the whole idea behind this fund. You can use it as: A financial cushion...

Saving for a rainy day

Posted on June 1st, 2017
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Money managers often tell people to have an “emergency fund.” And some experts propose saving a “rainy day fund.” But, what’s the difference? Emergency funds (six months of savings you can live on) are for large issues such as a getting fired from your job...

When things suddenly go wrong

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Tamika’s story In 2015, Tamika was quite happy with how her life was going. She was working, paying her rent and bills, and enjoying her two small children. After two promotions at work and her children doing well in school, she knew all her hard work...

See what you’re spending

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Want to actually see where all your money is going? Grab three different color highlighters and pull your bills from January, February and March. In the first color, highlight all your necessary expenses like rent and food. Use the second color to mark all the...

Spring clean your finances

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Dust off your financial habits this spring. With a few adjustments, you can make small changes that will lead to big results. Create an ICE (In Case of Emergency) folder—Store important papers like bank account information and insurance papers where you can quickly find them....

Finding the end of the rainbow

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Gerald’s story Gerald has always been a hard-working family man. When he was in his late 30’s, he was laid off from work and had a difficult time finding a good job. With no money coming in, he and his family relied on credit cards...

Add up your green!

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Watching your money add up can be pretty satisfying. But you have to stick to your savings plan to make your dollars grow. Try these hints to help you save without a lot of effort. Put $5 into a savings account every week. In a...

Make your own financial luck

Posted on May 15th, 2017

Sure, winning the lottery is a great way to get rich. But, the odds are not always in your favor. It’s up to you to make your own financial luck. Develop a savings strategy that can build up your bank account little by little. Instead...

A little love goes a long way

Posted on May 15th, 2017
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Sean’s story A loving father, Sean worked hard to provide for his wife and family. Over the years, he built a successful small construction business and was able to put away money for a rainy day and grow his profits. His three children helped along...

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