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America Saves Week 2019: Saving for the Unexpected

Well it’s America Saves week and today’s post is going to talk about one of the most crucial actions to take: saving for the unexpected. What is the unexpected? It might sound simple, but just to clarify, you want to

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Posted in Emergency Savings, Savings

Micromanagement Is a Morale Killer

As Monty Python would say, “And now for something completely different!” This week Cesar will be talking about micromanagement and its consequences for morale and productivity. The Micromanaging Supervisor In a previous life I had a supervisor, “Donna”, who needed

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Posted in Motivational, Uncategorized

How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution This Year

Each year you choose a New Year’s resolution…whether it’s to lose weight, declutter your house, eat healthier, or exercise more. So many people fall off their resolutions because something gets in the way or they get discouraged due to lack

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Posted in Financial Wellness, How to Guides

What to Consider Before Buying Your First Home

Rents are crazy high. I regularly meet with people who tell me they want to buy a house because that rent money is just going into someone else’s pocket. On the surface this seems like sound reasoning, but there are

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Buying vs. Leasing a Vehicle: The Eternal Battle

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I’m going to break down leasing a car versus buying a new vehicle. Let’s use, for example, a $300/month lease at 12,000 miles/year for 36 months – over the life of three cars. (That is 108 total months or 9

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