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Mar 30, 2017

Rebecca Neale is the Personal Finance Lawyer. She practices in MA, but is spending her afternoon helping up grasp the basic elements of a good estate plan. You might wonder if this is something you can DIY? Rebecca addresses the pros and cons.

End of life conversations are never rosy, but necessary to have a plan in place so that you loved ones don't have to stress over implementing your wishes in the case where you can't speak for yourself.

Mar 16, 2017

I took the #BankingReimagined tour from Capital One in March and was introduced to a whole new way to bank in this digital, disconnected environment we live.

Capital One's tour made me think about how I bank. Have you given your bank choice much thought. Here are 5 areas you should review when deciding if your bank is the best choice or when choosing a new one.

Capital One is leading a new trend that make have you rethinking how you bank. It's pretty cool.

 

Thank you Capital One for sponsoring this post! This is a paid endorsement. All opinions are my own and were not directed by Capital One.  To learn more about Capital One, visit www.capitalone.com/cafes OR www.capitalone.com/bankingreimagined
Mar 9, 2017

The McFaddens exuded all the trappings of a successful life. However, they were struggling with credit card debt behind closed doors. A challenge issued by their pastor became a light bulb moment.

Now they are free to focus on their dreams.

Tracey and Wendell McFadden first shared their in-progress debt story in 2012. After accepting a challenge to pay off all of their credit cards before the end of 2012 from their pastor, this couple engaged in a Financial Peace University bible study to work on eliminating their consumer debt. - See more at: http://debtfreedivas.org/2015/debt-free-to-follow-your-dreams/#sthash.lu4DJ434.dpuf
Tracey and Wendell McFadden first shared their in-progress debt story in 2012. After accepting a challenge to pay off all of their credit cards before the end of 2012 from their pastor, this couple engaged in a Financial Peace University bible study to work on eliminating their consumer debt. - See more at: http://debtfreedivas.org/2015/debt-free-to-follow-your-dreams/#sthash.lu4DJ434.dpuf
Mar 2, 2017

Sounds like a noble gesture. Right? Well, Alan Corey turned that goal into a reality. The suburban Atlanta native was not known for any special skills. He did not invent the latest Internet craze. However, this author, part-time entrepreneur, and reality TV show regular was a bona fide millionaire by his 29th birthday. He joins the Debt Free Divas to discuss his unconventional journey to millionaire status and the hilarious book, A Million Bucks by 30. This isn't your granddad's personal finance book.

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