Archive for June 2011

Top 5 Ways to be Debt Free

Being physically fit is a priority for most and very well should be, but becoming financially fit or debt free should be equally as important. we should all strive to be financially fit and debt free. Here are the top 5 ways I’ve personally found have will […]

Top 10 Ways To Save More Money

Saving money is hard in today’s world but here are 10 easy things you can do to keep more green in your pocket and hopefully they’ll help you save more money and fatten up you bank account. Track your debt. One of the first ways to help […]

“Survive the Recession” Workshop

I conducted my “Survive the Recession” workshop at the 2009 Wiseducators Christian Author’s Summit on April 25, 2009.

Boys & Girls Club Financial Literacy Program

I instructed the Clarence Fraim Boys & Girls Club Financial Improvement Program. This program was a 5-week program(4/2/09 – 5/7/09) that taught 5th – 8th graders how to be financially literate. The financial literacy program was a success!! See the Letter from the Education Director!

Booksigining at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)

The Financial Literacy Workshop and Booksigning at Barnes & Noble @ Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009, was an excellent event! Big thanks to Cyndi Gosney and the Barnes & Noble staff for helping to make this event a success. See some pictures of […]

Tax Breaks

Take advantage of significant tax breaks. Utilize your employer’s tax-advantaged savings accounts (i.e. 401K) and yield big savings on your taxes. Also, company-sponsored health care flexible spending accounts and transportation reimbursement accounts give you a tax break on money you’re already spending on commuting and medical bills.

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