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Now that you are ready to get your financial house in order, how do you start? In what direction do you make that first step? When I start something new, I always like to start with a list or a … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Education, Smart Shopping and Budgeting

The Cash Advantage

In today’s tough economy, more and more people are moving away from using traditional banks. Why? Sometimes it’s just distrust—putting part of the blame of the recession on Wall Street and banking systems out of control and unregulated. Often though, … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Education, Selecting and Using Credit

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Choosing to be “unbanked.” From Time magazine: More people are choosing to leave banks and manage their finances in other ways. Read more here. How far will debt collectors go? From The New York Times: Some debt collectors are teaming … Continue reading

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Teaching Teenagers the Facts of…Money

Teenagers today seem to be woefully uneducated about money: where it comes from, how to handle it, how to manage it, and how to respect it. Why is that? Is it that the education system has cut back classes and … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Education, Smart Shopping and Budgeting

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The President of another check-cashing and financial services company, RiteCheck, responds to a story in The New York Times criticizing companies like ours. What The New York Times doesn’t appear to realize is that people are growing more and more … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Education, Using Financial Services

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