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Debt

6 Simple Tips to Save Money and Pay Down Debt

Financial debt is something that can hold back people of all ages — from 20-year-old college students to 70-year-old retirees. Tune in to discover simple tips to manage your debts before they snowball into tremendous financial distress, and worse, delay your dream retirement.
Money Manager

4 Signs You Need a Daily Money Manager

Sometimes, you reach a point in life when you can no longer oversee your personal finances. Regular bill payments, updating check books, monitoring different accounts, or looking out for fraudulent activities — it can be a little too much to handle on your own! Tune in to learn how you can keep the personal finances in order for yourself or a loved one with the help of Daily Money Managers.
Personal Finance

Personal Finance in a Public World

Have you ever been tempted to buy something online that you didn’t really need, just because of an ad? A few impulse purchases is all it takes to put a dent in your budget! Tune in now to learn how you can keep your personal finances on track in a world where money decisions can be easily influenced by technology, social media, and online ads.
Retirement Transition

3 Ways to Make the Retirement Transition Easier

Is transitioning to retirement as simple as flipping a switch? One day, you just stop working and enjoy the rest of your life, right? Well, not exactly… According to Barbara O'Neill, retirement is a combination of 35 different switches, each indicating a financial, social, or a lifestyle transition. Tune in as Dr. O’Neill discusses these transitions in more detail!

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