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Five Easy Moves to Save At Least $100 a Month

September 03, 2015
I’ve spent a lot of time poring over the finances of families who come to me for help. No matter what problem they are trying to fix, a universal step in my review is to go through their monthly spending in detail and show them how trimming back on certain expenses can add up to substantial savings.
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New American Dream - Inspired by Suze Orman

September 01, 2015
Listen to the "New American Dream - Inspired by Suze Orman", a song performed by her fan Eric Dodge.
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Why It Can Pay Big-Time to Delay Taking Social Security

August 27, 2015
One of the biggest retirement decisions you must make is settling on when you will start receiving your Social Security retirement benefit. While you are eligible to start claiming your benefit as early as age 62, I want you to seriously consider waiting.
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The Massive Mistake 4 in 10 Parents With Young Children Make …and how to fix it in four easy steps

August 20, 2015
A new survey makes me sad, mad and very nervous. According to, 37% of parents with children under the age of 18 have no life insurance. And even the parents with life insurance aren’t really protecting their family, as one-third have policies with death benefits that do not exceed $100,000. That may sound like a lot of money, but it’s woefully little once you sit down and run the numbers.
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What Every New College Grad Needs To Know About Repaying Student Loans

August 13, 2015
Falling behind on your student loans is one of the worst financial mistakes you can ever make. The penalties and fees if you fall behind, and into default, can add thousands of dollars to your bill. And there’s pretty much no way to escape this obligation. Student loans are nearly impossible to get discharged in bankruptcy court. Moreover, if you manage to make it to Social Security retirement age and still have a federal student loan balance, the government can take some of your monthly benefit as payment.
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