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Jan
12

How to Bounce Back from a Spending Hangover

January 12, 2017
It’s that scary time of the year: Your December credit card statements start rolling in. I hope that you have everything under control and can pay off every balance in full. But if that’s not doable, I want you to promise me that you will be extra smart in how you take control of your spending hangover.
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Jan
07

What to Do With an Unused Gift Card

January 07, 2017
I hope your friends and family hit the bull’s eye with your gifts this holiday season. But I bet there are many of you who received a gift card (or two, or three) that you don’t have a burning desire to use. As much as you love the sentiment of the gift giver, perhaps you just don’t need-or want-anything from the particular retailer your gift-giver chose.
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Dec
29

Financial Resolutions for 2017? Just Do This One Thing

December 29, 2016
If you have been making a long list of resolutions for the New Year, my advice is to rip it up.
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Dec
22

Leaving a Job? Don’t Make These 4 Huge Mistakes.

December 22, 2016
If you have recently moved to a new job, or one of your 2017 resolutions is to make a move, I want you to be super smart with how you handle your retirement savings account you built at your old job.
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Dec
15

This Ridiculous Trend is Driving Me Nuts!

December 15, 2016
According to the car data experts at Edmunds.com a record number of Americans are making one of the worst financial moves ever. Edmunds.com says that nearly 1 in 3 new car buyers are paid less when they trade in their car than the remaining balance on their car loan. That’s called being “upside down” on a loan: you still owe more on the loan than the car is worth. Edmunds.com says the average car buyer is nearly $5,000 upside down on an existing loan when shopping for a new car. That means that in addition to buying a new car, they have to come up with another $5,000 to pay off their old loan.
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