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Money Color – Pink

Knowing your “Money Color” will help you better understand how you value money. Most people will be able to identify with some aspect of all of the Money Colors. If that is the case, then you may have competing money values. However, the one you identify with the most is considered your dominant Money Color. Your […]

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Money Color – Blue

Knowing your “Money Color” will help you better understand how you value money. Most people will be able to identify with some aspect of all of the Money Colors. If that is the case, then you may have competing money values. However, the one you identify with the most is considered your dominant Money Color. Your […]

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Money Color – Red

Knowing your “Money Color” will help you better understand how you value money. Most people will be able to identify with some aspect of all of the Money Colors. If that is the case, then you may have competing money values. However, the one you identify with the most is considered your dominant Money Color. Your […]

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Money Color – Green

Knowing your “Money Color” will help you better understand how you value money. Most people will be able to identify with some aspect of all of the Money Colors. If that is the case, then you may have competing money values. However, the one you identify with the most is considered your dominant Money Color. Your […]

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Money Color – Yellow

Knowing your “Money Color” will help you better understand how you value money. Most people will be able to identify with some aspect of all of the Money Colors. If that is the case, then you may have competing money values. However, the one you identify with the most is considered your dominant Money Color. Your […]

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Trust The Process

Many people want results associated with financial success, but they do not want to go through the process. No matter what the goal, there is always a shortcut. But shortcuts can lead to less than the desired results. People like to take shortcuts so they can do less work. If doing less work means working […]

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Rebuilding Credit

One of the major pitfalls of no financial education is bad credit. When you were young with little or no credit, creditors were lining up to give you credit. Since nobody taught you about credit or how to successfully manage it, you most likely ended up with late payments, collections, and a lower than desirable […]

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Second Chance Checking

Many of us believe that everyone deserves a second chance. We hope that previous mistakes made have lead to valuable lessons learned. However, others are wary and are not sure if they can trust others who have made mistakes, especially when the mistakes are considered major and/or costly. Banks feel the same way. Some feel […]

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“Credit” Report for Checking Accounts

Most of us are familiar with the fact that the way you use credit is important and reported to credit bureaus. In fact, your ability to get credit is largely based on reporting and scores from credit bureaus. Click here to get more information about credit scores. Did you know there is also a consumer […]

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It’s OK To Have Some Fun!

I have said it before, and I will say it again, “Everyone values money differently.” It is just a fact. Today I would like to talk about those who value money for security. They would have PINK as their “Money Color“. They are more likely to have family members and friends come to them for loans. Also, […]

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