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Get $ Fit Challenge 2017

What They Don’t Tell You About You Last Year of College…. Where to start?… that’s a joke because the average college student will tell you, “You Just Do It” and maybe even Dab while they say it. To start, let me share a little about myself. My name is Sara and I am a recent […]

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Get $ Fit Challenge- April 2016

April is Financial Literacy Month! This month is dedicated to helping you understand important concepts in the financial industry and see the big picture! Seeing the big picture is a bit like playing Monopoly. Here’s why: You have this allotted amount of money that you need to invest wisely (in real life you invest in […]

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Get $ Fit Challenge March 2016

No more solicitations!! I hate JUNK mail and Solicitation calls!  Don’t you?  They are so intrusive and annoying! Recently we celebrated National Consumer Protection Week.  In addition to identity theft we are all exposed to the annoying solicitations coming by mail, email and phone.  Even our cell phones are spammed with calls now.  What can […]

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Get $ Fit Challenge- January 2016

Can you say yes to these questions? Is your “stuff” consolidated or spread out?  I find many folks have their ‘stuff’ spread around. Some may be in safe deposit boxes, other data may be in a desk at home, or a desk at work.  We likely don’ t think about our survivors and what would […]

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Feng Shui Your Finances!

No doubt most of us have read about the art of feng shui. The principal behind feng shui is to have our surroundings be in harmony and complimentary to all other aspects of our living environment. When in balance and alignment, the chi, or energy flows smoothly and without interruption.  When you enter a room, […]

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Get $ Fit Challenge- September 2015

This months Get $ Fit Challenge is dedicated to…. It’s Life Insurance Awareness Month! According to LIMRA*, 30% of U.S. households have no life insurance whatsoever. What??? What’s the big deal?  None of us know when our time is up.  It could be today, tomorrow or at a ripe old age.  Is your household one […]

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Get $ Fit Challenge- July 2015

Social Security is one of the biggest financial issues I talk about. Choosing the right strategy for taking Social Security income can make thousands of dollars difference in the total amount you can receive.  This month I want you to watch the video Social Security: Demographic Realities Create Big Challenges. The Video is about the challenges Social […]

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