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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

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529 Plan Benefits That You Need to Know But Are Unaware Of

College is very, very expensive. According to Student Loan Hero, the average class of 2016 graduate will have $37,172 in student loan debt.  With tuition costs rising around 5% a year, parents all over are [...]

Why You Should Work With an Independent Financial Advisor

What should you look for when hiring a financial advisor?  One key thing I believe you should be looking for is independence.  There are many different types of financial advisors.  In this article I will share with [...]

Money Tips for College Bound Students

5 Must-Do Money Moves When a Baby Arrives

See the related written post, 5 MUST-DO MONEY MOVES WHEN A BABY ARRIVES

Ways To Save on Dining Out

The Best Ways to Save Money on Summer Vacation

Read the corresponding blog post, The 7 Best Ways to Save on Summer Vacation

5 Awesome Money Lessons Found at The Sandlot

Seeing as how it is the middle of summer, I recently decided to watch my favorite summer movie…The Sandlot.  If you aren’t familiar with The Sandlot, you should be.  The Sandlot is about a group of kids that share a common bond: baseball.  One summer, they get themselves into a pickle (the biggest any of them have ever seen!).  Throughout the movie are great quotes, funny reminders of a simpler time, and hilarious situations that can only be shared between best friends.  As I watched the movie this last time (the 30th time of my life), I wondered if there are any financial lessons that I could share with my readers. You’re in luck, there definitely are… […]

How YOU are Ruining Your Retirement Savings

Hey, investors… you’re doing it wrong!  Since 1994, DALBAR has released an annual study known as the Qualitative Analysis of Investor Behavior (QAIB).  This study measures the effects of investors’ behavior and how this behavior impacts their investment performance.  There is an abundance of research that shows that investors are often their own worst enemy when it comes to their portfolio returns.  This post will detail the main findings of the most recent QAIB study, explain some of the common behavioral mistakes investors make, and let you know what you can do to avoid these mistakes. […]

Protect Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself!

Protect yourself before you wreck yourself (my attempt to use some Ice Cube lyrics in a blog post), or your nest egg may be buried in the wreckage.  There are three ways that many people believe they can get rich quick: 1) inheritance, 2) hitting the lottery, and 3) LITIGATION.  That’s right, that neighbor of yours that comes to your barbecue and has too many cocktails and falls on your driveway?  He could sue you.  Have a teenage driver or a pool?  Many accidents can happen in which someone may try to benefit off of your hard-earned savings.  Just ask Tom Hanks, it’s happening to him!  Do I think everyone is out to get you?  Of course not!  But you need to protect yourself.  And here is the good news, there is a cheap answer that can offer you big time protection.  It’s called Personal Umbrella Liability Insurance. […]

“HELP! Should I Slash my Debts or Build a Nest Egg?” -Professors

Professors, you have worked very hard on your own educational goals and have chosen to turn your passion for education into a career.  You likely have accumulated some debt thus far.  You may also have started saving some money toward your future goals.  These two items may seem to be at odds with each other.  So which of these items should you prioritize and put your money towards?  We will look at a few items that you should consider. […]

Stop Feeling Helpless and Start Feeling Empowered!

  The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. Financial Empowerment.  Wow, what a powerful idea!  This is what I strive to provide for my clients.  At Integrity Wealth Advisors, I help my clients to remove the guesswork from their finances by crafting a unique plan in pursuit of their financial goals.  In this post, I’ll share with you a story of how financial empowerment can change your life.  We can easily get caught up in graphs, charts, and numbers but financial empowerment is all about how gaining financial clarity makes you feel. […]

7 Practical but Awesome Graduation Gifts to Give This Year

Summer is right around the corner!  With it comes pools, baseball, sunburns, and…graduation parties.  Want to wow your favorite graduate this year?  Don’t give him/her a boring gift this year.  Check out this list of items that are practical but still extremely cool (and under $100)…. […]

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