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Establishing a Credit History

By | February 20th, 2018|Credit|

When you say you want credit, you are probably asking for payment terms on a purchase. You are seeking to purchase goods or services today and forego all or a portion of the payment until a later date. You may or may not be bound by a payment plan. You may or may not be required to pay a percentage [...]

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College Admissions Secrets Revealed

By | February 16th, 2018|College, Podcasts|

If you tell a car salesman exactly what you want, you probably won’t get a discount because he knows you’re not shopping around. Did you know that colleges are the same way? Educational Consultant Coy Howe reveals insider secrets to college admissions, and how you can get on the right track to finding the best rates for a college education! [...]

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Buying a Home – Part 2

By | February 13th, 2018|Creative|

Finding the right home to buy can be a challenging prospect, but knowing what to expect can make the process easier. You can (1) buy through agents representing the seller and/or use a buyer's broker, (2) buy directly from an owner, or (3) shop the auctions and foreclosure sales. Once you find the house you want, you must make an [...]

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YOUR Home vs. Nursing Home

By | February 9th, 2018|Long-Term Care, Planning, Podcasts|

What if the floors, stairs, doors, and counters you’ve used day after day were suddenly inaccessible? Whether it’s an accident or aging, it could happen to you. Since most people wish to stay in their own home for as long as possible, we invited Rosemarie Rossetti, Creator of the Universal Design Living Laboratory, to share great information on how you [...]

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Surviving Financially When You’re Unemployed – Part 2

By | February 6th, 2018|Creative, Insurance, Planning|

There are many ways to increase your income while you look for a new job, some of which you should look into immediately, and others only when you are truly desperate. Unemployment insurance One of the first places you should look for income when you lose your job is your state's employment office. However, you can only receive unemployment benefits [...]

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BIG Opportunities for the Self Employed

By | February 2nd, 2018|Podcasts, Small Business, Taxes|

Being your own boss has its challenges but it also has some pretty neat perks, like tax deductions. One of the most overlooked tax deductions is the Health Reimbursement Arrangement, and since healthcare costs are higher than ever we invited HRA Professional Zach Donner to explain this awesome opportunity. Real Wealth® is an online [...]

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Creating a Business Plan

By | January 30th, 2018|Small Business|

Essentially, a business plan is the management and financial blueprint of your company. It is meant to serve as both your business guide and as a tool to help you attract investors. The plan should be comprehensive yet concise. It should explain the characteristics of your business, as well as discuss how the business will be financed and managed and [...]

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Make Your Life Less “Taxing”

By | January 26th, 2018|Podcasts, Taxes|

How is the tax system set up and what’s the best way to save money on taxes? What will change if the proposed tax overhaul gets passed? Sandy Botkin, CPA, Attorney, Author, and CEO of the Tax Reduction Institute answers all these questions and more! Real Wealth® is an online radio program with a [...]

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Medicaid Planning Goals and Strategies

By | January 23rd, 2018|Long-Term Care, Planning|

Aging is inevitable, and a gradual (or not so gradual) inability to function independently is a great concern for many people. While the prospect of entering a nursing home is a daunting one, equally frightening is the expense of nursing home care. Although purchasing long-term care insurance might be the most logical move, not everyone can afford the cost of [...]

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Commit. Connect. Create.

By | January 19th, 2018|Creative, Podcasts|

What’s your New Year’s Resolution – and will you keep it? Kevin Gaskell, the man who brought Porsche from bankruptcy to #1, reveals how you can tap into your inner genius on this week’s episode. Real Wealth® is an online radio program with a purpose to educate Americans on financial wellness. Each episode covers [...]

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