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04 Jan 2018

Sriracha and Superglue: Sometimes A Little Can Go a Long Way

By Tanya Ladha and Rachel Schneider, Financial Health Network Maybe you’ve been there — you break a dish, clean down the middle. You find the superglue, carefully squeeze a small stream of the potent liquid on either side of the break, and patiently hold for the allotted 90 seconds. When you move to place the mended dish...

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20 Sep 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Financial Panther

By The Financial Panther I like to think that I’m pretty financially healthy. At 30 years old, I’m in a fairly unique position. I’m currently debt free after paying off nearly six figures worth of student loans in just a few years. I’ve got a sizable emergency fund that should cover me in the event...

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19 Sep 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Surviving and Thriving

By Donna Freedman (FinCon and the Center for Financial Services Innovation are sponsoring a writing contest: “In 500 words, explain what financial health means to you.” Here are my thoughts.) My journey to financial health was entirely roundabout, and I didn’t get there until middle age. Financial survival, not financial health, was the focus of...

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17 Sep 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Lindsey B. Goodwin

By Lindsey B. Goodwin In 2013, a year when our family’s combined income put us in the top 5% of earners constituting America’s wealthy class, we found ourselves strapped for cash and debt-ridden. I had no idea that we were even considered more than middle class, as we outspent what we made each month and...

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12 Sep 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Investing To Thrive

By Julie Rains This article is inspired by Financial Health Matters Day (#FinHealthMatters). This article may contain affiliate links; there’s a possibility I could earn income when you click through one of these links and sign up for an account, make a purchase, etc. This article is written for entertainment purposes only and should not...

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05 Sep 2017

#FinHealthMatters: LifeZemplified

By Amy Blacklock Consumer debt and I had a thing. We started out on friendly terms. Early in our hookup, the fondness grew between us. Things got ugly a few years in. You see, I kept believing I could handle the love affair. I probably could have, except I became too dependent on the relationship....

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29 Aug 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Runnymede Capital Management

By Andrew Wang, Runnymede Capital Management We all “get” physical health. There are 15 gyms within a 2-mile radius of my house. Even the bag of corn chips on my desk is trying to convince me that it’s healthy — natural, organic, non-GMO. But we know better. We know that we need to exercise regularly and should...

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22 Aug 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners

By Natalia Joaquin, Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners #FinHealthMatters to Latino Families Like Mine On this #FinHealthMatters Day, I don’t need this astonishing recent report to understand that white households have six times the wealth of Latino families, or that white wealth is growing 20% faster than for Latinos. I saw it for myself when I was...

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14 Aug 2017

#FinHealthMatters: Military Families Learning Network

By Dr. Barbara O’Neill In 1999, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After 10 months of treatment, my doctor described my physical health status as NED, which is doctor-speak for No Evidence of Disease. The same acronym can be applied to financial health: No Evidence of Distress. Financially healthy people with financial well-being are comfortable...

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