6 Common Tax Mistakes To Avoid

6 Common Tax Mistakes To AvoidIt’s that time of year again! Get ready to break out the calculator and pencils; dig out the enormous pile of receipts, tax forms and pay stubs, and get to work. Drowning in paper and getting numb from all those numbers? Take heart! As soon as you’ve got it all […]

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Working It Out

Working It Out – Tomorrow’s MillionairesOne of the most fundamental financial lessons your kids are going to have to learn is about how you work for your money. Do your kids understand that every time you pull out a wad of bills or swipe a card to pay for a purchase, that money is directly […]

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Will Amazon Go Destroy The Face Of American Retail?

Will Amazon Go Destroy The Face Of American Retail?You’ve picked up your last item, and you’re ready to check out. But if you thought choosing the right blend of K-cups was a tough decision, that’s nothing compared to the choice you’ll have to make now. Do you go to the aisle with the most carts […]

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What To Look For In Your First Job

What To Look For In Your First JobIf you’re – finally! – in the middle of your last year at college, you likely spend lots of time thinking about that first, after-college job.What will your job be like?What kind of company will you work for?How big will your starting salary be?Will you get along with […]

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Mistakes First-Time Homeowners Make

Mistakes First-Time Homeowners MakeQ: My husband and I recently decided to buy our first home. Some friends of ours had lots of trouble with the process and wound up buying one they can’t really afford. What can we do to buy our dream home without that grief?A: Buying a house is one of the biggest decisions you […]

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Annual Meeting 2018

2017 Annual MeetingSunday February 25, 2017 at 10:00amCollege View Seventh-day Adventist ChurchHeartland HallBrunch Bonanza Your Name (required) Your Email (required) I plan on AttendingI will not be Attending (if you are attending) Number of Adults Attending Number of children for childcare Your Message (Optional) Please enter the following code to verify this message

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Getting Through the Winter Blues

Getting Through the Winter BluesWinter brings cozy fires, happy holidays and fun sports like ice skating and skiing. It can also bring some things that are less welcome. With sunshine being scarce, many people get the winter blues. This depressed state is often made worse by the financial realities of winter, which include higher energy […]

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Financial Preparation For 2018

Financial Preparation For 20182018 is almost here – are you ready? Usher in the new year with plans for financial improvement and resolutions to do more. Here are some tips to get you started: Tune your budgetIt’s great to start off the new year with a plan. A budget is just that-a plan that starts with the […]

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