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Beware of a financial trap

Posted on November 7th, 2017

Owning your own business means you can follow your dreams and share your passion with the world. It’s a great feeling to be your own boss and make decisions that affect your life as well as the lives of your family and employees. But, small...

Risky business: using credit to fuel your dream

Posted on November 7th, 2017

Everyone loves to believe that her business is going to be the one that breaks through and ends up a huge success. But according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 20% of new businesses survive after the first year. The fact is that many entrepreneurs...

Women-owned businesses are growing

Posted on November 7th, 2017

According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, there were over nine million businesses run by women in 2015 and this number grows every year. Because it’s often difficult to get capital for business, many women are use personal credit cards for funding, especially in start-up mode...

Go to the head of the class

Posted on September 13th, 2017

Felix’s story Last spring, Felix, a single dad of three school age kids, found himself thinking about financial management. He was tired of struggling to make ends meet and was relieved that school was almost over for the year. Felix knew, however, that fall would come...

Get an A+ in preparation

Posted on September 13th, 2017

Tracking back-to-school expenses this year can help you in 2018 and beyond. Make notes of expenses for each student in the house, and add categories for seasonal expenses like sports sign-ups or Halloween costumes. Keep track of the money you spend and see if it...

Plan for back-to-school

Posted on September 13th, 2017

Back-to-school means extra expenses for clothes, backpacks and supplies. While starting school is exciting, it often stretches family finances. But, with careful planning some of the financial stress can be avoided. First, start with what you know you have to spend. School fees, clothes and...

Declare your financial freedom

Posted on July 19th, 2017

Amber’s story Amber wanted to save up for a new car. She wanted independence from relying on friends and the bus system to get to work. But, she also realized that she wasn’t good at saving. Each month, Amber seemed to be at the end...

All-American savings

Posted on July 19th, 2017

Now that you have set goals for financial independence, decide how to put those plans into action. This takes some planning, but it’s worth the feeling of accomplishment when your savings grow. Some ways to gain control of your finances might mean packing a lunch...

Your own independence day

Posted on July 19th, 2017

This July, why not set a goal for financial independence? For some, being financially secure means building a rainy day fund and to another it can mean having the money for a purchase. Think about what it means to you and then work toward setting...

Getting perspective on financial problems

Posted on July 3rd, 2017

Being a single mom to a daughter and son meant Trina had a lot of responsibilities. When her kids were out of school for the summer, it was hard for her to find inexpensive activities for them. With her rent and credit card payments, she...

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