Tag Archives: Goal Setting

Brenda Langenberg

Oct 31 2016

Healthy Money Habits: 8 Tips for Financial Health


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As I wrap-up my 4-part series on Healthy Money Habits, I would like to revisit the eight financial health habits I mentioned throughout the entire series.

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Brenda Langenberg

Oct 24 2016

Healthy Money Habits: Financial Maintenance (Part 4 of 4)


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Now that you have become financially fit, maintain your finances with these tips.

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Brenda Langenberg

Oct 17 2016

Healthy Money Habits: Insurance and Retirement (Part 3 of 4)


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Becoming and then staying insured as well as beginning a Retirement account are two large steps that will help to get you closer to your goal of overall financial fitness.

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Brenda Langenberg

Oct 10 2016

Healthy Money Habits: Avoiding Debt (Part 2 of 4)


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Learning to avoid credit card debt and saying ‘no’ to yourself/unnecessary wants more often will help to keep you on the road to overall financial health.

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Brenda Langenberg

Oct 03 2016

Pay Yourself First (Part 1 of 4)


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Financial health is defined as describing one’s personal financial situation. There are many different pieces included in the overall picture of one’s financial health. Some of these pieces include, the amount of savings you have, how much of your income …
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Byson Croy

Sep 28 2016

4 Tips for Success at Your New Job


4 Tips for Success at your new job

You’ve made it through the interview process, waited (somewhat) patiently and landed a great job or internship. How can you make sure to do well today and every day to come? Whether you are 20 years old or 42, these …
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Bethany Welsh

Aug 22 2016

5 Back to School Financial Tips for College Students


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Welcome back students! Whether you are just starting your college experience as a freshman or beginning your final year of college, these tips will come in handy.

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Mark Ahlers

Mar 23 2016

Financial Planning: How Much Will I Need to Save?—Part 3 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the final in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. Experts suggest that you will need 75-85% of your pre-retirement income to maintain your lifestyle throughout retirement. What changes in retirement can you make to allow for …
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Mark Ahlers

Mar 16 2016

Financial Planning: How Much Can I Spend?—Part 2 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the second in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. Once the “income gap” has been determined, the next step is to determine if your accumulated or projected assets are adequate to fill this gap. The goal …
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Mark Ahlers

Mar 09 2016

Financial Planning: Social Security and the Income Gap—Part 1 of 3


Financial Planning for Retirement.

This is the first in a 3-part series on financial planning and social security. When the Social Security retirement income system was created in the 1930s, it was designed to provide a partial retirement income supplement. Today, the average Social …
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