Hank Coleman

Top 5 Financial Moves to Make When You’re Suddenly Laid Off

by Hank Coleman March 11, 2016

When you’re suddenly laid off, one of your first concerns is probably how you’re going to financially survive the storm until you find another job. It’s a huge fear—starting over. But, there are things that you can do to lessen the blow and get back on your feet as soon as possible. The following are […]

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The 10% Rule for Investing – How to Invest Your Mad Money

by Hank Coleman February 10, 2012

Index funds are boring. Money market funds and certificates of deposit make me want to pull my hair out from boredom too. There is no denying that these investments are typically the bread and butter of your retirement investment portfolio, and rightfully so. And, of course, most financial planners and experts praise market mirroring investments […]

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Blackjack and Texas Hold’em Poker Almost Ruined My Life – How to Get Gambling Addiction Help

by Hank Coleman February 10, 2009

This is a guest post from Hank, a blogger who writes about personal finance and money issues on his blog, Money Q & A. Gambling addiction, or compulsive gambling, is a serious problem in America that affects millions of people and can ruin your life, career, and marriage. I wanted to share with you how […]

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