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Take The Equifax Data Breach Very Seriously. Take These 5 Steps.

  You don’t want identity theft.  Believe me. One of the scariest moments of my life was when my data was stolen. A woman walked around Sacramento with a drivers license with her picture and my data.  Since she had my Social Security number and date of birth, along with false documents, she opened up … Continue reading “Take The Equifax Data Breach Very Seriously. Take These 5 Steps.”

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5 Ways Your HSA Can Unlock Benefits In Retirement

  Aging is inevitable. There are things we can do to stay healthy, but let’s face it: Sometime in the future, our hearing, sight, and even the quality of our teeth will start to diminish.   That knowledge probably makes you want to set aside funds now for your (basically guaranteed) health expenses in the … Continue reading “5 Ways Your HSA Can Unlock Benefits In Retirement”

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5 Money Moves To Make 5 Years Before You Retire

    Retiring is a decision you usually can’t undo. Your employer has most certainly made plans to replace you with a successor who’s been waiting in the wings. So this isn’t one of those choices where you can come back and say, “I’ve changed my mind.”   Retirement planning is complex; there are so … Continue reading “5 Money Moves To Make 5 Years Before You Retire”

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Exercise Your Brain: Take The 4-Word-Story Challenge

  Many locals in Park City, Utah will tell you, “I came for the winters but stayed for the summers.” There is so much to do in Park City in the summer; hiking, mountain biking, outdoor festivals, concerts, and so much more. In fact, there is almost too much to do if you live here … Continue reading “Exercise Your Brain: Take The 4-Word-Story Challenge”

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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before I Retire?

  Many people, including me, dream of having a “mortgage burning” party the week they retire. The very thought of making my last mortgage payment makes me jump for joy. No mortgage payment means peace of mind, freedom and a strong sense of security. But is it a false sense of security? Given today’s low interest … Continue reading “Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before I Retire?”

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Big Money Wasters: Break These 10 Expensive Habits Today

  While we may have goals to build a solid emergency fund, buy a home, retire early, or pay off debt, sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Let’s face it — we all make poor money choices. Sometimes we may even be sabotaging our finances unconsciously. We are only human, after all. Breaking … Continue reading “Big Money Wasters: Break These 10 Expensive Habits Today”

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3 Ways To Make A Social Impact With Simple Household Spending

  There are ways to make a social impact, not just by giving to charity, but also with regular household spending. Since we’re spending money anyway, wouldn’t it be nice to do a social good at the same time? Here are three ideas: Download Your Bucket List Checklists Spend on what matters most:MY LIST and … Continue reading “3 Ways To Make A Social Impact With Simple Household Spending”

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5 Powerful Money Lessons To Teach Your Daughters

  When you teach your children about money, you have to be aware of the unspoken messages you impart to them — especially to your daughters. My parents always told me that the sky was the limit, and that I could be anything I wanted — but their actions told me something different. When my … Continue reading “5 Powerful Money Lessons To Teach Your Daughters”

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