Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter Egg of the Day: Jim Rohn

“If you don’t know what a financial statement is, make it a priority to find out without further delay. It’s very important to know exactly where you are financially, without kidding yourself. Only when you know where your are can … Continue reading

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Budget Battle? Really?

When your talking about the US budget/deficit, numbers like trillions and billions tend to lose there meaning. How many people have hands-on experience with that much money? I like to think in percentages…those I can relate to. Unfortunately, this makes … Continue reading

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Tax Refunds: Spend, Save, or Invest?

I’ve seen several articles on tax refunds (specifically how to spend them) come across my desk lately. With the tax filing deadline a week away, that is not too surprising. It IS surprising that none of the pieces say, “Take … Continue reading

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Career Paths

Sadly, up until the 5th slide or so, this is 90% of the workforce. Hat Tip to Doonesbury

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Quote of the Day: Jim Rohn

“Days are expensive. When you spend a day, you have one less day to spend. Make sure you spend each one wisely.” – Jim Rohn How did you spend today? How will you spend tomorrow? Return to Quotes on Wealth … Continue reading

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