Tag: Wealth

Beneficiaries: the Easy Way to Protect Your Money

During the course of a three-hour class that occurs from 6 pm to 9 pm after working a full day, the mind may begin to wander. I on occasion will begin to plot my next travel adventure or wonder when

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The Case Against Minimalism

Or in other words, Why I Am Not a Minimalist If you were to walk through my front door at this moment you would immediately assume one of two things. One, I had recently been robbed or two, I take

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A Random Stroll Up Fifth Avenue

On Saturday evening I did something most out of character. I put my credit card in my pocket and went for a random stroll up Fifth Avenue. As my last season Coach sneakers pounded the pavement, I felt distinctly aware

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For Love or Money?

For Love or Money? An age-old questions and a classic chick flick from the early 90s starring Michael J. Fox. The aptly entitled movie questions should you pursue your career/ambitions/wealth or give it up for the love of your life?

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The Ethics of Becoming Wealthy

During college, I spent three years working for “the man.” I counseled and policed my peers in exchange for not just thousands of dollars from the university, but my first experience with corruption. In my rookie year on the force,

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Defining Financial Independence

The beginning of a series examining wealth. As a young girl, I have vivid memories of going grocery shopping with my mom. While we strolled through the aisles of Food Lion I would eyeball all the junk food I desperately

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