Big Decisions Humans are creatures of habit. We typically don’t like change or anything that takes us out of our ever-so-loved comfort zone. It is h
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This week, we’re recuperating from the most watched TV broadcast in the United States, the Super Bowl. (Fun fact: out of the top 20 most watched TV
In all of my years of being a financial educator, one thing has been very apparent: things are much easier said than done.
Coming from someone who is in her 20’s and constantly trying to figure out what the right money moves are, I have decided that I’m going to reach
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Back in the day (you know, before I was even born) things were so simple.