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How to Raise Your Credit Score Over 110 Points in Less Than 5 Months

This story is featured in my new book, Soldier of Finance, now available at all major book retailers A previous intern of mine, Kevin, was oblivious to what his credit score was. His parents had always told him to not open a credit card in fear that he would get in massive credit card debt […]

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Soldier of Finance Has LAUNCHED!!

The big day is finally here – my book, Soldier of Finance, has officially launched. My book has already been in stores, but September 9th was the actual release day. I’ve been blasting it all over Facebook – can you blame me?  I think what was most surreal is when my wife and I stopped […]

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How a $75 Parking Ticket Almost Ruined My Life

This story is featured in my new book, Soldier of Finance, now available at all major book retailers I was quickly on the path to becoming a loser all because of a stupid parking ticket. That parking ticket made me initially lose hope and give up on myself. It’s one of the few times in […]

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Are You Talking About The Sandwich Generation?

Did you know that July is national “Sandwich Generation” month? And not in the cold cuts and extra pickles kind of way. The Sandwich Generation is a term used to describe those who find themselves ‘sandwiched’ between two generations – providing financial care for family members in the generation above and below, while still having to […]

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Dollars and Cents: Don’t Trust the Market, Should I Invest Into a Business?

It’s time for another edition of Dollar and Cents. This is where I answer one of your questions. If you have a question, either use the contact form on the blog or use my Facebook Fanpage. I have a question about my doctor friend who is in a financial fix. He is a full time […]

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How to Make Sure You Don’t Hire the WRONG Architect to Build Your Dream Home

A couple years ago my wife and I set off on the journey of building our first home together. It was going to be our dream home. To say that the process was a bit stressful is a slight understatement. We both had an idea of what kind of house we wanted, but the location […]

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7 Questions to Ask as You Choose a Real Estate Agent to Help You Sell Your House

I’m at a very exciting crossroads. We might be moving in the next few months. My husband is interviewing for a job in another state, and so far, we feel good about the whole situation. For us, this means that we might have to sell our home. Yes, we could sell it ourselves without the help […]

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Soldier of Finance Pre-Sale Begins {NOW}

If you’ve been following me on social media lately, you might have noticed that I have something BIG that’s been looming for quite some time. The following Facebook update might give you a clue: Yes, after over 4 years in the making my 1st book, Soldier of Finance, is close to hitting shelves across the […]

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Dollars and Cents: 401k vs. Roth IRA Showdown

It’s time for another edition of Dollar and Cents. This is where I answer one of your questions. If you have a question, either use the contact form on the blog or use my Facebook Fanpage. Here’s today’s question: I am in my early twenties and I am just starting to save for my retirement […]

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The Ultimate Guide in Helping You Become a Physician’s Assistant

This is a guest post by Jessica Rodriguez Ohanesian, MS, PA-C. She is the author of the upcoming book, The Ultimate Guide to the Physician Assistant Profession. Jessi reached out to me when she was first working on her book because she wanted to use some material from my blog in her book. I think […]

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Beyond a Budget: How To Accelerate Your Wealth

You see a huge cache of financial articles centering around the importance of frugality and everyday saving habits. You also see a large number of articles touting the importance of establishing larger financial goals – retirement, investments and emergency funds. The necessity of bridging the two? Now that’s another story. Going from smart saver to […]

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How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Divorce

No one ever plans on getting divorced (I hope!). Unfortunately, it is the reality of the world we live in. After a divorce you have to agree on the settling of assets, updating life insurance, resolving custody issues of children and a myriad of other things. One of the things that you might not worry […]

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