Ever wonder why Elvis had a blue Christmas? Why Frosty the snowman was in such a hurry to leave town? Why the Grinch was so grumpy? Maybe they were worried about Blue Monday. Landing on January 20 this year, it’s also called the...Read More
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The 12 Steps to Living Confidently: How to Cut Your Expenses “Cut spending.” “Slash expenses.” “Avoid shopping.” The overwhelming advice about cutting expenses makes it sound downright unappealing....Read More
Get ready. We’re about to get deep. Have you ever thought about what means, means? Yes, you can think about it for a moment…back now? Good. As a noun, it can be two things. It can refer to an action or system by which a...Read More
College costs are constantly rising and it’s only getting tougher to save for it. So, paying for your child or grandchild’s college education tomorrow requires planning today. A whole life policy is a great way to save for...Read More
As a parent, you’re constantly worrying about your child’s protection because caring for them is your top priority. When they’re young, you want to make sure they’re always fed, bathed, and happy. When they...Read More
By Sheryl Nance-NashSpecial to NewsdayFeaturing Vidal Peoples, Strategies for Wealth How stacked is your emergency fund? You might be able to pay expenses for a month or two, but maybe not. You know that stuff happens, but you cross...Read More