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Understanding the 3 sided balance sheet

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The #3 Mistake Home Buyers Make

If you missed the #1 and #2 mistake home buyers keep making, catch up here: The #1 Mistake and The #2 Mistake.

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in December 2017

This is it!  I made it the entire year capturing the most important lessons I’ve learned each and every month and then narrowed them down to my top 10 to share with YOU!  Now the question is, will I be … Continue reading

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in November 2017

 The year is winding down, and I continue to catch up on sharing my top lessons learned in 2017.  November kicked off with a special trip to learn from and share with my own coach, Todd Ballenger.  A number of these … Continue reading

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Top 10 Lessons I Learned in October 2017

Well…it happened.  My year-long goal to hit “pause” and reflect on all that I’ve learned each month didn’t happen!  So I’m catching up now because I DID learn a ton in October.  I only failed to summarize it in a … Continue reading

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Understanding the 3 sided balance sheet

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How much money should I keep in a savings account for emergencies?

Question:                                                      How much money should I keep in a savings account for emergencies? Answer:                                                     Many financial professionals suggest that you put away three to six months’ worth of living expenses for emergencies. We actually call these funds “Cash Reserves,” because … Continue reading

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How Financially Secure Are You?

Could you come up with $2,000 next month if there was an emergency? This latest article on the average American’s inability to save money and establish at least some level of financially security for themselves and their families saddens me. … Continue reading

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How Do YOU Define Financial Safety?

This is a question I’ve studied and asked people for many years now.  The answers vary and also tend to change over time. So how do YOU define financial safety for yourself?  For your family? Having no debt? Lots of … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Things I Learned in March

Each month as I invest time in my personal and professional growth, I keep a running journal of the top lessons I learn throughout each day.  If you missed last month’s lessons, here you go. This month includes some quotes, … Continue reading

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