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Financial Concerns After Death

I thought I’d start out the New Year with a cheery blog. Okay, not funny. But, the subject is on my mind because I am finishing up the final stage of my brother’s estate who died a few years ago.

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Realistic Resolutions You Can Achieve

Sticking with the financial resolution theme, we’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about creating and sticking to realistic goals. Right after vowing to “save more and spend less” you will see “get in shape” on many New Year’s Resolution lists.

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Posted in Financial Wellness

Tips to Prepare for Purchasing Your First House

Purchasing your first house may seem overwhelming. It’s a major purchase and for many people, potentially the largest monthly payment they’ve ever had (or ever will have). Not to mention owning a home comes with huge responsibilities, like upkeep and

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Posted in Credit, Housing

Which of the 5 Money Personalities Do You Identify With?

My 10th anniversary with LSS Financial counseling is this month. Over these last 10 years I’ve provided counseling, supervised and observed counselors, and learned so much about personal finance. I’ve also come to realize that people have different money personalities.

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Don’t Nickel and Dime Your Finances This Year

The New Year is here and it’s time to take charges of your finances. We’re flashing back to this post about how small changes can add up to big savings. When you have cash can you make it last or

Posted in Budgeting
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