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Manifest $10,000: Learn How to Manifest $10,000 by Using the Law of Attraction and Improving Your Money Mindset Hardcover: 94 pages Publisher: Morgan James Publishing (2017) More than anything, author Cassie Parks loves living a life she loves. Cassie retired at 32 by combining her love for real estate and the Law of Attraction to create financial independence…. Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Tony Perrone, author of I Didn’t Know I Could Do That: 9 Financial Strategies That Can Save or Make You Money. Tony is president and founder of the Estate and Business Planning Group. As a financial professional, his focus is designing income-producing portfolios for retirement. In a world of IRAs,… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Dr. Michael Burgdorf, author of The Mommy Makeover: Restoring Your Body After Childbirth. Dr. Burgdorf is a board-certified plastic surgeon and founder/president of Music City Plastic Surgery in Nashville. Actress Jennifer Garner, a mother of three, once jokingly referred to the extra weight that childbirth left around her tummy as… Read Article →

Planning a PURPOSEFUL LIFE: Secrets of Longevity Hardcover: 194 pages Publisher: Book Publishers Network (2017) Author Jeannette Bajalia is President and Founder of Woman’s Worth, LLC, specializing in estate and financial planning for individuals age 50 plus. In reading for pleasure or reading to learn, one characteristic that pulls me inside of a book is the… Read Article →

There are a number of actions savvy individuals can take, both in the short-term and the long-term, when they earn a raise or receive a bonus. Being financially literate and one day achieving financial freedom is not something that comes with a financial windfall. Savvy individuals consider their investment options long before they have the extra… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Al Jacobs, professional investor and author of the book Roadway to Prosperity. Shortly after the Reagan Administration took charge in Washington D.C., I essentially opted out of the Social Security System. From that time on I contributed only minimally to the system, while retaining a vested interest in… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Taylor Boyd, Vice President of Private Client Services, Burnham Gibson Wealth Advisors, Inc. Through high-touch personal interaction, he helps clients stay on course and accomplish their goals Boyd holds a bachelor’s degree in business with a dual emphasis in finance and marketing from Bethel University in St. Paul,… Read Article →

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