Budgeting Saved My Relationship!

I have been preaching to anyone that would listen. That budgeting and managing your monthly marital cash flow is not only the key to financial success, but also one of […]

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“Return on Life”

We have all heard the phrase “return on investment” and that is measurable, but have you ever considered what your “return on life” (ROL) was in the past year? I […]

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There is No Government Crisis (4 minute read time)

The only potential “crisis” is that most people are doing just fine with 17% of the government shut down.  God forbid the nation gets by with less government spending.  Like […]

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Unworkable ObamaCare

Opaque rules, big delays and rising costs: The chaos is mounting. From WSJ.  Gov’s – Bobby Jindal & Scott Walker Remember when President Obama famously promised that if you like […]

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A Local Housing Turnaround? Q & A with a Pro

Inspired by the recent appraisal of my home for a refinance, I was curious what is going on in the local housing market. If you’re like me, you really haven’t […]

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HARP Mortgage Refinancing Program Might Be Great for You

Commencing on November 15, 2011 FHFA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac introduced major changes to the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP). In an effort to attract more eligible borrowers who […]

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The Drachma is Dead: So Is the Welfare State

By Brian S. Wesbury, First Trust Advisors There is a simple rule in monetary economics, which many seem to have forgotten. A weak currency cannot replace a strong currency. In other words, […]

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