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What’s going on with these mega bonuses?

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CEO’s are getting paid mega bucks these days at many of the large regional and national banks.  I’m sure they have a difficult job that is demanding and filled with pressure.  That being said, how much money does a bank have to make to award their upper end employees six and sometimes seven figures compensation increases in the past year?

Why Have an IRA?

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In the last blog, you learned what an IRA is.  Now you might be asking, “Why should I have an IRA?”

The Payday Loan Trap

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A quick Google search for ‘payday loans’ yields plenty of results promising quick cash, no matter what your credit score is, in minutes. Although payday lending operations, places that give a short-term, high-interest loan as an advance against your next paycheck, are illegal in North Carolina, there are many ways that they skirt the rules and as a result, are readily available to anyone with a computer.

North Carolina Ranks Near the Top in What?

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Way to go, my fellow citizens of North Carolina! Our great state has recently been recognized as a national leader in a new category.  Eating barbeque? No! Producing championship basketball teams? No! Leading the way with innovative medical research? No!

Debt Free Creative Writing Contest

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Imagine how your life would be if you and your family were 100% debt free.  What would you do?  How would you spend the extra money or would you be a saver?  You could finally get a new couch or finish those home improvements.  You could save for college expenses or go backpacking across Europe.  You may be someone who simply wants to live life without the weight of debt bearing down on your bank account. 

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