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Take Action to Live the Abundant Life in 2016


Take Action to Live the Abundant Life in 2016 by: Generational Wealth Coach, Attorney Theo Nix, Jr. www.generationalwealthcoach.com In preparation for 2016, plan the time to look through an unfiltered lens, at the financial health of your family. This analysis includes asking tough questions such as: what is the..
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The Art of Negotiating


So, you've made finally made it through four grueling years of studying, fun times and self discovery in college. By now, you should have your diploma in hand, ready to take on the world. After a few years worth of consistent work, its time to move on, and with..
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Credit Cards - 'To Swipe or Not to Swipe'


Have you ever felt like going for a indulgent shopping spree without a care in the world, nor a worry about price-tags? Unfortunately, money doesn't grow on trees, but sometimes credit cards help ignite this forceful feeling of financial status and willingness to purchase otherwise deemed excessive or expensive to..
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Breaking Bad College Credit Habits


School is around the corner, and for some, steering clear of a whirlwind of extreme credit spending is easier said than done. With so many things for students to spend money on in today’s world of instant gratification, funds are constantly leaving wallets. Believe it or not,..
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5 Tips on Tackling Student Loans While Job Searching after Graduation


(Photo Credit: campcofcu.com) It is that time of the year again, where graduates turn their tassels, and throw their hats into the air, after years’ worth of studying and hard work. This moment is often met with tears, excitement and anticipation for the future. Although the economy has..
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Why I Became A Generational Wealth Coach


You don’t have to look far to find sobering statistics about inequality in America. The bottom 50 percent of income earners in the U.S. now collectively own less than one percent of the nation’s wealth. The top one percent fund nearly a quarter of all government activities while the..
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3 Ways You Can Cheat on Your Taxes, and Not Know It


The IRS made headlines when it announced that that the agency would conduct fewer audits this year because of budget cuts. While some may worry that more scofflaws will get away with tax fraud, the truth is there is a bigger problem in the American tax system. ..
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Why You Should Look Forward To Tax Season


The radio ads for TurboTax and H&R Block that have been blasting through your car speakers all month long can only mean one thing: Tax season is here. While many Americans have come to dread the annual exercise of sorting through W2s and 1090s to calculate what they owe..
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What Tabasco Sauce Can Teach Us About Generational Wealth


It’s hard to imagine a time when Tabasco sauce wasn’t a staple in the American diet. Every day, thousands around the country turn to the fiery red sauce to add some Louisiana kick to their regular meals. Behind the origin of Tabasco sauce is a story that is also quintessentially American:..
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