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Articles tagged: Financial Literacy

a neon green chart represents volatility in the market in this series on 'what is a stock?'

Investing Basics Installment #1: What is Stock? And Should You Buy Some?

What is a stock? For anyone still considering buying we cover stock basics and investment principles in this series on all things equity.

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Money Basics Series – Part 6: Protect Assets and Your Future Nest Egg

Protect your assets in six steps. Record, insure and track your assets to secure your nest egg for retirement and a more secure future.

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A bride and groom make heart hands, symbolizing their decision to open a joint account

Money Basics Series — Part 5: Is Your Relationship Ready for a Joint Account?

Are you rushing into a joint account with your significant other? These are the questions you should ask your partner before making the commitment.

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Dollar bills like this are part of what alternative lenders and debt loans offer in the way of high Interest rates

When Is it Appropriate to Take on a High Interest Rate Debt Loan?

High interest rate debt may not be as bad as you think. Learn what alternative lenders and a high interest debt loan can do for your business.

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This hourglass with red sand represents the importance of time for fraud statute of limitations

How Important is Timing With Your Fraud Statute of Limitations? Turns Out, Very

Simply saying you had no idea may not work when it comes to a fraud claim. Learn how a fraud statute of limitations can determine your case.

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A silver stethoscope and ledger, representing medical debt and other overwhelming financial matters

Money Basics Series – Part 4: Medical Debt and Overwhelming Financial Matters

Some debt is beyond our control, such as medical debt. Protect your assets when you owe more than you have, and negotiate your debt without shame.

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This shopaholic could benefit from lessons in debt management and credit card spending

Money Basics Series – Part 3: Debt Management and Credit Card Spending

Debt management starts with tracking and reducing credit card debt. Form better spending habits with these tips and tricks.

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Estates like these require smart, informal estate planning via non-probate property

Informal Estate Planning: Non-Probate Property

Did you include planning for non-probate property in your informal estate planning? Learn why this is an essential step in setting your affairs in order.

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woman writes in notebook, inventing a new system of budgeting for her personal finances

Money Basics Series – Part 2: A Painless System of Budgeting

Personal Finance Fundamentals Every Adult Should Know Now that you’ve checked your credit score and chosen your bank, you can better identify areas where you need to improve your finances, as well as your avenues for saving and depositing money. Next you need a system of budgeting. It’s time for the next crucial financial planning steps: […]

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A young girl walking along a road, symbolizing first steps to financial responsibility, like how to read a credit report

Money Basics Series – Part 1: How to Read Your Credit Report and Choose Bank Services

The first step to financial planning is knowing where you stand with money. Get tips on choosing bank services, and learn how to read your credit report.

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