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Net worth is pretty simple – it is what you own minus what you owe.  Some people say you shouldn’t include the equity in your primary residence, your household goods or your vehicles.  Others say go ahead and include them.  You can decide – that’s your choice.  In its most basic form, your net worth…

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It’s a rite of passage into adulthood – your first paycheck. It doesn’t matter whether you are a teen with an after school job or a recent college graduate, you first paycheck always seems to have some surprises. Here is a brief review of the important information on the statement of your first paycheck, and…

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balance savings & debt

How do you define wealth? The standard definition is wealth is “a large amount of money and possessions.” But consider this definition: wealth is the difference between what you are earning and what you are spending. Most of us want to be rich because we think it’ll make our financial problems will go away. Sadly,…

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New Years resolutions

A brand new year provides the perfect opportunity to make meaningful life changes, including improved financial wellness. These five financial resolutions can help get your year off to a promising start.   Get on budget.  Take charge of your finances by creating a budget. Start by calculating after-tax income and subtracting fixed monthly expenses. Then…

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man with money flying out of wallet

The holidays are fast approaching, and so is the season for spending.  Many people find this a stressful time, because they know they will end up spending more than they can afford.  Here are some ways to reign in your spending this season. Set a budget Before you begin making lists, planning and shopping, decide…

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