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Smarter in :90 - The Simple Way to Accept More Forms of Payment

The last thing Kate's budding business needs is to take on unnecessary risk. While check usage is steadily declining, it still has high instances of fraud.

Investment Overview: 2nd Quarter 2014

The most recent reading on broad economic growth in the United States of America showed an unexpectedly large decline in the first quarter of 2014. The Bureau of Economic Analysis released revised...

3 Steps to Make the Most of Your Peak Earning Years

All our lives we work, work, work and hope to retire someday. If you've been putting off planning, there's still time to make the most of your last few earning years.

6 Steps to Establishing an Estate Plan

Many are overwhelmed at the thought of getting a plan in place. It is a process that takes some commitment and perseverance. Here are six steps to getting a solid plan in place.

Smarter in :90 - The First Step to Building a Home

Kate wasn't sure if she needed a mortgage loan or a construction loan to build a Kimye replica house. I was able to explain the difference and get her headed in the right direction.

Smarter in :90 - Protect Your Business from Fraudsters

It can be overwhelming to think about all the different ways fraudsters are attacking businesses today. Watch the video to hear how you can put a plan in place to prevent loss.

Get Your Church Ready to Borrow

Growth is expensive and requires you to have good financial partners who will help to guide you through the challenges of that growth.

Make Your High Deductible More Manageable

Are you one of the millions of Americans who recently enrolled in a Qualified High Deductible Health Plan through The Exchange? An HSA account may be the perfect complement.

Smarter in :90 - The Easiest Way to Cash in on Bonus Money

Kate had heard about her employer's 401(k) match program, but 3% just didn't sound like all that much. Watch and see the example that turned her into a believer.

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