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Are You a Financial TITAN or TYKE?

Are You a Financial TITAN or TYKE?

How you think produces what you get! Many people are unaware that there are two types of laws of money or principles that govern your financial success. What it takes to be successful financially is fundamental. You don’t need an IQ of 180+ to achieve financial success, but you do need the right money mindset in […]

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7 Steps to Surviving a Financial Crisis

7 Steps to Surviving a Financial Crisis

No matter how much we prepare, the reality is the majority of us are going to experience a period of financial difficulty at some point in our lives. Making a major financial mistake or experiencing a sudden financial life change can often leave a feeling of discouragement, hopelessness, stress, and frustration. The reality of having […]

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Get Financially Fit in 2014

Get Financially Fit in 2014

We are still in the first quarter of the beginning of the year and most research continues to show that the top priority on most people’s list of “New Year’s Resolutions” is to get fit and stay in shape. The top three resolutions continue to be: “I plan to lose weight, eat healthier, and exercise […]

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Leaving a Legacy for Your Kids

Leaving a Legacy for Your Kids

One of the worst things I’ve ever heard someone say about money is this: “You can’t take it all with you when you die, so spend it all now.” To me, that’s one of the most selfish attitudes you can have. And I think that’s why you hear so many stories about people getting rich […]

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How to Avoid Money Scams Aimed at Christians

Beware of people who target the church with their products or services.Scam artists love to target church folks because they know many of us are ignorant and gullible when it comes to business. It\'s called “Affinity Fraud.” The hallmark of the fraud is that the scammer looks like or talks like a member of that group.

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Handling Change

By Dr. Teresa Hairston Experiencing recession was a harrowing experience for millions of people. Many of us lost jobs, houses, financial savings and even emotional stability. Families were adversely affected, plans for the future were adjusted and carefully conceived careers were abruptly revised. For many, recession was a game-changer. But, while we easily acknowledge the […]

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Easy Ways to Save Money in 2011!

by Darryl Izzard For most families, every dime is already accounted for before the paycheck hits the bank. There are countless needs in every home with limited resources. Well, here\’s a simple list to help you cut cost and save in 2011! Be sure to pass along your money saving tips in the comments below? […]

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Avoid Holiday Shopping Scams

By Darryl Izzard Ok, I did it! I gave up my night, swarmed through the sea of automobiles which were packed sardine-style in the parking lot, and stood in line with the masses for hours to get my 3 flat screen TV\’s and the latest digital camera gadget on the market during the big Black […]

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How to Bounce Back from a Financial Setback

There\’s no shame in admitting that your household income has taken a huge hit. In the past two to three years nearly everyone\’s finances have been affected. Folks who were livin\’ large have been forced to downsize; brothas pimpin\’ their rides have had their cars repossessed, and the big-baller-shot-callers are dodging bill collectors! Even people […]

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No Debt. No Deficits. No Delinquencies.

DR. SOARIES—A 21ST CENTURY FREEDOM FIGHTER AT 59, DR. DEFOREST BLAKE “BUSTER” SOARIES, JR. has made his mark as a pastor, politician and public advocate. He is senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset, New Jersey, where he has served since November 1990. From January 1999 through January 2002, he served […]

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