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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.

W is for Why “Worry” About Your Money

Money may be a thing of constant worry in many of our lives. Usually, money dictates how we live our...

X is for e”X”actly what is a Stock Market Index?

An index is a selection of securities that help provide a glimpse into the broader market. For example, its calculation...

Y is for Yummy Secret Style Tips

  Shopping on a budget can be challenging but do not despair we have some “yummy” secrets to share: When...

L is for Life Is Not All About Luck

“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity “̶ Senca If you tend to think “only the lucky people” get...

Z is for, When will we reach a Zillion App Downloads?

Considering we now have 4.7 million apps on the market it may be sooner than we think. Are there times...

A is for Angry about the Pink Tax – Avoid it!

The “pink tax” is higher price tags directed to an entire gender. The same gender that struggles with the gender...

B is for: Is your Body Language Authentic?

Whether we are consciously aware of it or not, our bodies are constantly sending out messages. The way we stand,...

C is for Choose to Challenge your Comfort Zone

“Dare to learn, to be different, to set your goals, to move out of your comfort zone, to be persistent.”...

D is for a Difference in Views Doesn’t Have to Divide Us

"The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart." - Elisabeth Foley I...

E is for Engage to Educate You about Your Financial Future

When is the last engagement you had with your financial planner? Just as you go to the Doctor when you...

F is for: Financial Mistakes We Make Through Different Life Stages

Our lives are constantly changing, and so is our relationship with money. Each stage brings new financial challenges. And questions...

G is for Getting You & Your Young Adult to Understand the Importance of a Power of Attorney

As our children go off to college or move away from home to begin their new career, there is a...

H is for Home Owners Insurance and What You Need to Know

Have you checked your homeowner’s policy lately? If a total disaster occurred, would you be able to rebuild the same...

Is it Loyalty or is it Laziness When Making the Best Financial Decisions?

Many financial decisions we make is because we think there is an advantage to being loyal to a particular company,...

J is for your Job and Aptitude Testing

Johnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you? Many companies give potential hires an aptitude test. This test has...

K is for The Key to Happiness – is it Time?

K is the Key to happiness- It is time? “Money buys happiness,” has long been the motto for many on...

M is for Money Habits for a Lifetime and How They Affect Retirement.

We all have “money habits, ” and most have specific practices to help us acquire what we believe will bring...

N is for Never Neglect Your Digital Imprint

In today’s high tech world we have the ability to gain information, send messages, and shop for goods all with...

O is for Opt to Save Money on Summer Fun

Summer is once again upon us, and as the temperatures rise many find their expenses rising too. Between children’s summer...

P is for the Potential Pitfalls of Parent Direct Plus Loans

The cost of college has been soaring, and so has the amount of student loan debt. We all want our...

Q is for the Quality of Spending during the Holidays

  We all want to enjoy the holidays and partake in festivities. Festivities such as decorating, shopping for gifts, hosting...

R is for Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) as a Charitable Distributions

In the past, Congress would decide each year whether Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) could or could not be used as...

S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  - Tony Robbins “It’s the beliefs you have...

T is for Time to Teach Your Children About Money

As parents, our number one goal is to raise children with good manners and stellar ethics. We strive to pass...
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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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