Personal Finance

A Very, Merry DIY Christmas Party

December 13, 2017
DIY Christmas Party

This article is be contributed by my wife, Samantha Bryant.  Samantha is president of Samantha Bryant PR a Denver, Colorado based public relations consultancy.    Are you dreaming of a “DIY” holiday party? You are in luck. There are many ways to save money this holiday season, especially when it comes to ringing in the […]

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How Long Do Collections Stay on Your Credit Report?

December 12, 2017
How Long Do Collections Stay on Your Credit Report?

Your credit score is a direct reflection of your credit report. It’s considered an important measure of your financial responsibility. Along with the number of accounts or loans you have, your payment history, and your total credit available, past collections are an important factor that credit companies consider when calculating your credit score. If you […]

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Smart Decisions For Family Wealth Planning

December 8, 2017
Family Wealth Planning

The primary concern for many investors is the amount of wealth they can transfer to the next generation. Wealth planning is complicated since the process involves tax planning, investment decisions, and possibly a business succession plan. Use these tips to create an effective strategy to accumulate wealth for your family. Family wealth planning A long-term […]

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4 Things to Do Before and After Your Wallet Is Lost or Stolen

December 7, 2017
What to Do When You Lose Your Wallet

What to Do When You Lose Your Wallet If you’ve never had your wallet lost or stolen, count yourself lucky. Over a five-year period, one out of every ten people will lose their wallet. Replacing debit and credit cards after a wallet is stolen takes an average of 110 hours, equivalent to four-and-a-half days. Meanwhile, […]

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5 Ways to Tackle Your Student Loans with a Low-Paying Job

November 28, 2017
Student Loans With Low Paying Job

For many young adults, student loans are a necessary part of getting a good education. But a good education doesn’t always translate to a higher salary. Lots of people have to work with lower-than-desired incomes: like if you’re fresh out of school and still gaining experience, or in an industry like education that doesn’t always […]

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Christmas Gifts for Mom – Homemade vs. Store Bought

November 24, 2017
Christmas Gifts for Mom

The question looms every Christmas.  You debate whether or not you should buy gifts for your loved ones, or use one of your many talents to create something that they will enjoy.  If you are reading this article, you obviously come from a frugal mindset.  It is tempting to handcraft a gift for someone in […]

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Christmas on a Budget – Saving Money During The Holidays

November 22, 2017
Christmas on a budget

It’s that time of year again! Holiday shopping makes it tempting to spend money, and even if you stick to a budget, it can feel like a stretch. So, if you need some ideas on how to make shopping less of a burden for your wallet, you’re in the right place! Christmas on a budget […]

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