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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.

Y is for Yahoo You’re Fifty – time to take a good look at your finances

It’s never too late! Start right now, live within your means and secure your financial future. Don’t let today’s marketing...

Z is for To “FreeZe or Not to FreeZe” Your Credit?

When hackers breach large organizations or our government, there is often great alarm. After the Equifax breach, many of us...

A is for Ask your Financial Advisor Questions – lots of them!

Planning for retirement will require help from a professional. Knowing the right questions to ask a potential advisor can help...

B is for Buying a New Car Vs. Buying a Used Car – What’s best for you?

Deciding to buy a new or used car is a big decision. There is no definitive answer, so do your...

C is for Closing on a Home Can Cost you Cash

Congratulations you’re in the market to buy a home; this is an exciting time in life and knowing all of...

D is for Digital Technology, and it’s Drain on Finances

In a world driven by technology, we are continually intrigued by the latest and coolest gadgets. Many of us gain...

E is for: How to Leave Emotional Baggage Behind Before Entering The Workplace

Abandoning our emotions at the door before entering the workplace at times may seem impossible as our feelings don’t go...

F is for Failing to Protect Digital Identity When Using Smartphones

  Many of us are relying on our smartphones for a variety of uses every day. Our phones store emails,...

G is for Growing Interest in “Impact Investing” with Millennial’s

Impact investing refers to investments. Investments, "made with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a...

H is for HSA’s and How they Can Benefit You in Retirement

During the last decade, health savings accounts (HSA’s) have grown in record numbers, yet most account holders are not aware...

I is for the Importance of a Delay Clause in Your Remodel Contract

The economy is looking up, and that remodeling job that you’ve been putting off is at the forefront of your...

J is for Are we Being Judged by the Waitstaff?

“Do not judge, and you will never be mistaken.”  --Jean Jacques Rousseau Judgment is not bad; it’s part of human...

K is for Knowing the Importance of Comparison Shopping for Medicare Plans

Most seniors agree comparison shopping for Medicare plans can be more painful than going to the dentist. However, by not...

L is for Learning to Avoid Procrastination

We all make little justifications for not sitting down at the computer or getting on the phone to take a...

M is for Mutual Funds and Knowing All the Fees Involved

Mutual funds can be a great investment option. However, they incur fees so make sure you do your homework when...

N is for Our Net-worth is Entirely Different From Our Self-Worth

  “True abundance isn’t based on our net worth, it’s based on our self-worth.” – Gabrielle Bernstein If you are...

O is for “Ouch” – Can Yoga Be Dangerous?

There are contradicting reports on Yoga and Injuries but compared to most types of exercise yoga, in theory, should have...

P is for Protecting Ourselves Online

Protecting Ourselves Online    Cyber Crime continues to be a growing threat, yet it will not deter millions around the...

Q is for Quick Tips to Help Keep Your Social Security Account Safe

Today, identity theft is a crime on the rise, with no end in sight, the more technology available, the easier...

R is for the New “Retirement Reality”

Many of us see ourselves retiring before we hit seventy but the reality of this happening is becoming more of...

S is for: Stop and Think Before You Take a Payday Loan

You’re young, on your own and just starting a new job. It’s not easy in the beginning to budget your...

T is for Trading Apathy for Action

Apathy is defined as a lack of interest, enthusiasm or concern. What makes apathy so peculiar,  is the “feeling of...

U is for Understanding the Benefits of Ergonomics in the Office

As a business owner, you want to make sure your employees stay happy, healthy and injury free. Establishing the optimal...

V is for Variable or Fixed Mortgage – What Works Best For You?

Congratulations you are planning to buy a home! Now, you need to figure out how to finance this large purchase....
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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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