2014 Veterans Day Free Meals

by Ryan Guina November 10, 2014

Veterans Day is a day to remember and thank military members for their service in the armed forces. As a military veteran, it always humbles me to see the thanks given by so many people on Veterans Day. Though none of us served for recognition, it is nice (and humbling) to be thanked for your […]

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Moving and Banking: Do You Change Things Up When You Move?

by Miranda Marquit October 27, 2014

I recently made the trek across the country to take up a new abode. I’ve researched the area that my family is moving to, and found that the bank that we currently use for all our primary money needs — and my business needs — doesn’t have a branch within 200 miles. This isn’t much […]

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Federal Tax Extension Deadline – October 15

by Ryan Guina October 10, 2014

If you filed for a federal tax extension in April, your tax forms need to be filed by October 15th.  Taxes are normally due on April 15th every year, but taxpayers are eligible to file for an automatic extension if they need more time to prepare their tax return. It is important to note that […]

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3 Reasons to Help Your Child Invest

by Miranda Marquit October 1, 2014

We often think of investing as a “grown up” thing to do. Many of us don’t think about letting our kids invest. However, this can be a mistake. Now is the perfect time to help your child start investing. In fact, teaching your child to invest now can yield great results later. Here are 3 […]

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How to Find Ideas For a Part-time Business

by Kevin Mercadante September 12, 2014

Millions of people dream about starting their own businesses. But dreaming is usually as far as it goes. Risk, fear the unknown, and fear of failure often stop them in their tracks. But there is a way to spread your entrepreneurial wings that will largely remove that uncertainty, and that’s to start a part-time business. […]

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How Learning “Math for Life” Can Help You Make Better Financial Decisions

by Miranda Marquit September 10, 2014

When I graduated with my Master’s in Journalism, I thought I was going to focus mainly on science writing. And, in truth, that’s what I did at first. I wrote for a physics web site, got a gig as a technology and science columnist for my local newspaper, and I even wrote some small pieces […]

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Your Parents Have NO Retirement Savings – What’s Your Responsibility?

by Kevin Mercadante August 25, 2014

We all know what a bad situation it is to have no retirement savings. But what if it’s not you, but your parents, who have no retirement savings – what’s your responsibility? On first thought, it might be tempting to dismiss the entire scenario. You can simply assume that your parents have some kind of […]

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