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Do You Need to Get a Blow Jar for Spontaneous Fun?

Since most people don’t grow up with a complete understanding of how to manage their money, concepts like budgeting and personal finance can seem restrictive because they are. Listen to the Podcast You can subscribe to my podcast on any of these sites below.                      A concept that’s not commonly addressed is irregular income. …

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63% of Americans Say Coronavirus has Impacted Finances

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is a global pandemic, and its effects can be felt throughout all aspects of life. The empty office spaces, barren grocery store shelves and lonely remote workers tell a new story that hasn’t been told before. In this time of uncertainty, Americans are feeling less confident in their finances. Nearly two-thirds (63%) …

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National Debt Relief Discuss Important Matters About Personal Finances

Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2015 National Debt Relief recently shared in an article published March 5, 2015 some of the things consumers needs to know about their personal finance. The article, titled “5 Things You Absolutely Must Know About Your Personal Finances,” looks at some of the important financial areas people needs …

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Women and Financial Insecurity

A recent article in the online version of the Wall Street Journal caught my attention. It was called “Clients From Venus.” Source It began by pointing out that women are becoming increasingly involved in personal finance. “Women control $8 trillion in assets in the U.S., and by 2020 are expected to control $22 trillion, according …

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Heartless Criminal Activity In Foreclosure-Related Scam

Last week a man whom operated a foreclosure-rescue scam agreed to plead guilty after collecting $1.6 million from 1,100 distressed homeowners. The man, Frederic Alan Gladle, of Austin, Texas, ran his scam in Los Angeles and elsewhere where he falsely promised the owners of more than a thousand distressed properties that they could indefinitely postpone …

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Fraudulent Rescue / Equity Skim Scheme Costs Dozens Over $6.2 Million

Between 2006 and 2008 real estate agent, Joanne Seeley, defrauded 34 homeowners and 14 mortgage companies in Pennsylvania out of more than $6.2 million in a fraudulent Foreclosure Rescue/Equity Skim scheme. Seeley was found guilty earlier this month on four counts of wire fraud and four counts of money laundering; each punishable by a maximum …

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