The common mistakes you should avoid

Stop putting off important financial decisions

Stop relying on single source of income

Stop overspending and living beyond your means

Stop procrastinating on saving and investing

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50% of the US adult population is considered financially illiterate.

Jonda’s Case Studies

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Age 33, divorced, with three children ages 3, 5, and 7

Jenny and Steve were both raised in church and accepted Christ at an early age. They met during their senior year while attending a Christian high school.

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The Miller Family

Small business owners with estate planning concerns

I met Rick and Sherry in 2011 when they came to one of my seminars. They had suffered in the market from 2000 – 2010 and their 401(k) balance was finally above $500,000

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Sue and Billy Anderson

Retired couple who had philanthropic goals

Sue and Billy worked their entire lives for the local utility company – 39 years for Sue and 42 years for Billy. The company paid into a pension at the beginning then offered a …

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93% of all women become divorced, widowed, or never marry