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Author Archives: Linda Robertson
What it all comes down to is planning, budgeting, preparation, patience (lots of it!), and a sense of fun. Continue reading
With July being National Ice Cream month, you don’t even need to scream to get ice cream and in some cases, a cold scoop could even be free! Continue reading
I’m not warning you away from cereal, but from ChexSystems – a consumer reporting database used by 80% of financial institutions that determines whether you will be able to open a checking or savings account with a bank or credit union. Continue reading
Now you can combine the good habits of saving and paying down debt with the ability to win entries to prizes from SaveUp.com ranging from gift cards to the chance of winning the $2 million jackpot. Continue reading
What is the risk to losing your most valuable resource – your ability to earn an income? Continue reading
Minimize the risk of a roadside breakdown by following these 5 tips: Continue reading
Since prices for food and gas have increased two to five times in the past 35 years since graduating but average pay hasn’t even doubled, Dave’s classmates need to consider how inflation will impact the cost of living over the next 35 years, taking them to the average life expectancy at 65 of 85 for men and 88 for women Continue reading
With summer as the most popular season for weddings, let’s talk about weddings and financing them. Continue reading
When considering boating as a lifestyle choice, make sure it doesn’t sink your budget. Continue reading