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Maria A. Somarriba Jun 10
Discover which goals are most important in the long run.
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Progressa Jun 14
Win $1500 to pay your bills! Enter 's Financial Freedom Summer Giveaway: RT
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Rich by Intention Jun 17
Know Your Worth. Get Intentional.
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Mysmallbank.com Jun 12
Personal finance - Inspire yourself to succeed , please retweet personal finance blog.
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Dr. Barbara O'Neill Jun 15
What's on your agenda this weekend?
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Neil 6h
Sadly, this isn’t taught in school since it’s difficult to find a teacher who is confident enough to lead a class on personal finance.
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HOMETAG 6h
The better your credit score, the lower your rates will be.
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My Dough 12h
Still at the same bank mum & dad set up for you? Look around for something better. Start by choosing an account with zero account keeping fees along with a high interest rate.
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Providence Wealth Advisors, LLC 11h
Educating the next generation on and can feel like a Herculean task. Fortunately, there's steps you can take to teach better money management at any age. Click the link for strategies.
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Caroly Hofstee 2h
If you made any big home improvements this year, now is a good time to explore add-on insurance options to make sure all your assets are fully covered.
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WealthBuilderTips Jun 15
What is the best personal finance book that you have read?
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Smooth98.1FM Jun 17
Who has questions for ? Tweet us with and ask away! Did someone offer you an investment opportunity you're not sure of? Is there a career path you're looking to take up? We'll build up a library of questions for June 26th at 5:15pm
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Rosie George Jun 14
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Craig A Canard 4h
See something? Say something. Learn 4 simple acts to help protect your loved ones from elder .  
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Laura.Dockside Jun 15
The decisions you make in your 20s can affect your in your 30s.
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Hcfsmith 3h
Keep yourself from overspending by tracking your expenses as they happen.
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Eric Bengel 5h
To have a healthier relationship with money, think of it as a tool rather than a solution.
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Froogal - US Jun 13
23 Lazy and painless ways to save today! via
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Fran Reese 4h
Try to keep your emergency fund in a readily accessible location.
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