Back to School – Maximize Style, Minimize Splurge

Back to School – Maximize Style, Minimize Splurge

It’s that time of year again.  A time of new beginnings, lots of homework, and waking up before dawn. But let’s not forget back-to-school budgeting. Economic forecasters predict that each student will end up spending somewhere around $600 on back to school items, which is mostly new clothing. I remember the confident feeling I had [...]

Cash Flow Planning Can Ensure a Healthy Small Business

Cash Flow Planning Can Ensure a Healthy Small Business

Is your cash flowing through your business like a well-oiled machine? No matter the size of your business, paying attention to your cash flow is a must. Small business owners have so many priorities tugging at their time that it can be easy to focus on the crisis of the moment, rather than long-term cash [...]

The “Golden Years” – Not so Golden for Some

The “Golden Years” – Not so Golden for Some

The “golden years” conjures up images of retirement, relaxation, and enjoying the fruits of years of labor. Unfortunately, an increasing number of seniors are not enjoying this time because they are victims of elder abuse. The three most prevalent areas of elder abuse are:  physical and emotional abuse, abuse in long-term care facilities, and financial [...]

Three Easy Ways to Protect Yourself from Getting Hacked

Three Easy Ways to Protect Yourself from Getting Hacked

No one likes getting hacked, whether it’s your social media accounts sending out bogus messages to all your friends, or even worse, someone stealing your banking credentials. There are a few blogs at the Bank Roll on this subject and they are worthy of your consideration and continued diligence. I wanted to write a follow [...]

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