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Money Matters: It Matters Even When it Doesn’t

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One of the truths that we tend to experience firsthand time and time again throughout our lives is that you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone. The first several times that I experienced this, I remember feeling guilty that I hadn’t appreciated what I had more.… Read the rest

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Money Matters: It’s Just Money

Between writing money-related articles, teaching Financial Fitness classes to adults and teenagers and counseling homeowners in danger of foreclosure, sometimes I get tired of money! Beyond all of these venues, to really be honest, I get tired of all of the things in my own life that are constantly posturing for my attention in the form of money (house repairs, cars, vacations—yes, we did just take a vacation…but I’m ready for a vacation!).… Read the rest

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Money Matters: Know Thyself

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In money, and in life, there are a lot of things that work and a lot of things that do not work. There are also always a lot of people who are chomping at the bit to tell you exactly how to succeed in somewhere between 1 and 15 easy steps.… Read the rest

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