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Chicks Chat and Change: The Money Tree

Chicks, Chat and Change explores the ways money is both earned and spent.

A fun-filled learning experience likely to keep children captivated and parents confident with discussing money.

The Money Tree teaches children important life lessons under the disguise of a Mother Chicken teaching her chicks about laying eggs.

Filled with beautiful artwork and real-life activities to do at home.

A is for A to Z Guide to Self-Care

A is for A to Z Guide to Self-Care A is for Ask for help, we all need support at...

B is for Baffling Social Security Decisions

If you're nearing the age of 62, you would greatly benefit by doing some homework to figure out what Social...

C is for Charitable Giving and Choosing Well

Giving to charity can be rewarding and satisfying, especially when you know that your hard earned money is going to...

D is For Diminished Identities Of Women Need To Be Rewritten

As a women entrepreneur, I have witnessed many moments where a woman's worth is based mostly on having a husband...

E is for Inspiring Ethics In The Workplace

Entrepreneurs start with a creative idea. Then a dream to take their business or product to a level never experienced...

F is For Facebook Is Not Concerned with Privacy

Face it, we’ve all heard the breaking story of a firm taking the personal information of 50 million unsuspecting Facebook...

G is for Getting the Most Out of Your Credit Card

To reap the benefits of using a credit card make sure you choose a credit card with paybacks.  You want...

I is for the Importance of Investing Young

The investment world can be quite overwhelming and perhaps a bit intimidating to new investors, but this is no reason...

J is for Judging Other People is a Bad Habit

“Every time I judge someone else, I reveal an unhealed part of myself.” Anonymous “Those who judge will never understand,...

K is for Knowing How to Avoid Senior Scams

According to the U.S. Treasury Department scams of every kind are on the rise, but particularly those aimed at seniors....

L is for Living While Saving for Your Future

How do you live life to the fullest right now, and at the same time save for the future? It’s...

M is for Making Landfall, What We Learned from Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence made landfall in Wilmington, North Carolina in the early morning and North Carolinian's experienced this hurricane in a...

N is for Never Say Sorry When You Don’t Mean It

Do you find yourself saying you're sorry repeatedly even when there is nothing to be sorry about? Saying your sorry...

O is for Overwhelmed with Worry about Travel Plans?

Unless you are a frequent world traveler, you may find your first big trip leaves you a bit frazzled. Traveling...

P is for Planning a Family Reunion on a Budget

We would all love to have a family reunion in some exotic location at a luxury resort, but most of...

Q is for Some Quick Storm Tips

  This year’s hurricane season brought with it much devastation, but luckily many lives were saved due to mandatory evacuations...

R is for Do You Keep A Running Tab of Favors?

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt...

S is for Secure Act May Help American’s with Retirement Savings

Secure Act and Retirement Savings For many Americans, financial insecurity is a real threat. And much of it is due...

T is for Technology and FinTech

Technology and FinTech  The FinTech Market The FinTech (“financial technology”) market is alive and well, and the largest group of...

U is for Unclaimed Money That Belongs To You

You know the feeling you get when you stumble upon some unexpected cash, the cash you had completely forgotten. Whether...

V is for The Value in a Solo 401k

V is for The Value in a Solo 401k May Be Right For You! What is a Solo 401 (k)?...

W is for Wondering About a Home Equity Loan

What is a Home Equity Loan? Home equity is a homeowner's current interest in a home. It can grow over...

X is for Ta”X”ing Collectibles

What is the meaning of Collectibles? Collectibles are items made valuable due to their rarity or popular demand. Examples include...
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Ann Zuraw

The voice behind “Women, Money, and Divorce”, is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) and Certified Financial Divorce Analyst (CDFA™) helping women achieve financial success!

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