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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I Joined the Air National Guard

by Ryan Guina August 14, 2014

Last week I joined the Air National Guard. If you aren’t familiar with how the military is structured, the National Guard is part of the military Reserve Corps. It is a reserve component of our military that is often used to fulfill needs at the state level, or augment our active duty military. Some Guard […]

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2014 Sales Tax Holiday – Tax Free Back To School Shopping

by Ryan Guina July 31, 2014

Summer may still be in full swing, but parents of school age children only have a few weeks remaining before the kids are heading back to class. While it may seem a tad premature to be thinking about back to school shopping when many still have summer vacation plans on the horizon, there are definite […]

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Net Worth and Personal Worth – Does Money Define You?

by Miranda Marquit July 31, 2014

One of the things that has disturbed me recently is the fact that some of the people in my life attach an absurd amount of importance to money. Specifically, they measure someone’s worth as a person by his or her net worth. This disturbs me because, while I think that money can be a great […]

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Ten Ways to Maintain the Value of Your Car

by Kevin Mercadante July 14, 2014

A lot of car owners become concerned with the value of their cars only when it comes time to sell them. But cars don’t lose value overnight, unless of course they undergo an accident. The value of your car can be maintained – or lost – over the many years that you own it. How […]

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What You Spend Your Money on Matters: What Will Make You Happy?

by Miranda Marquit June 23, 2014

When it comes to money, it’s not so much how much you have that matters as what you do with it. Of course, we’re all different, so you have to figure out what works for you. But research does provide some hints about what is likely to make you happy when it comes to the […]

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Improve Your Small Business Results with Mindfulness

by Miranda Marquit June 18, 2014

One of the problems that many of us run into as owners of home businesses or small businesses is that there seems to be too much going on. It’s easy to get distracted. One of the ways to find better small business success is to take a step back and practice mindfulness. Dr. Romie Mushtaq […]

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