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The IRS Breach and What it Means to You

Data breaches have become so common lately that you may not even blink.  However when it happens to the Internal Revenue Service and affects some 100,000 taxpayers, that’s bound to get your attention.  This week the IRS announced that not only did hackers compromise the tax records of those 100,000; attempts on another 100,000 were […]

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Yay Boo

10 Money Tips You Shouldn’t Ignore | Credit.com Blog

I recently wrote this article for Credit.com, the 10 Money Tips You Shouldn’t Ignore.  Check out the link below. Some highlights- Beware of shiny objects Watch your waste and Don’t Deprive Yourself   I was surprised to see ABC News online and Yahoo Finance picked up the article too. And a clarification of tip #9 […]

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Student Debt

College Student Debt in America

Thanks to Consolidated Credit for providing this infographic on college debt. Staggering college debt is no way to start off a secure financial future. Yet thousands of students every year rack up thousands of dollars in debt. The average college student attending a four-year institution ends up with $25,000 in debt upon graduation, which is […]

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Me Fish!

Got crowds? Get funds

They say necessity is the mother of invention; I’d add that a tough economy is the mother for resourcefulness. While many startups and organizations are having trouble raising capital or borrowing funds, others are taking it upon themselves to get the job done. As an example, two guys I follow on Facebook — Christian singer […]

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Q&A: How can I afford to stay home with my baby?
 | Dimespring

Considering staying home with your new (or even older) bundle of joy?  My latest post on Dimespring will help you think it through.       The key decision point: You’ll need to weigh your newly revised living expenses against two numbers: Your combined net take home pay, minus the cost of child care, and […]

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