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After COVID, How Much Of An Emergency Fund Do You Think You Really Need?

  There’s nothing like an honest-to-goodness crisis to to give your emergency preparations a test run. And there’s no doubt that the 2020 COVID pandemic qualifies as one of the most profound crises ever to affect our nation. So now that we’ve lived through almost ten months of the pandemic and we start to see […]

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Quote Of The Week: COVID Creates Haves And Have-Nots

“In some ways it’s a tale of two cities. While a number of Americans have been able to pay down their credit card debt during the pandemic, some people are really struggling because they’ve been laid off or have had their hours cut.” Bruce McClary, spokesman for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), interviewed by Daniel […]

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Not Quite Back To Normal Yet, But Boca Symphonia Wows With Beautiful Music!

Everyone was masked, we all sat far apart, and it wasn’t your typical concert hall, but it sure was nice to get out of the house and hear exquisite music at the Boca Symphonia’s first live concert of the 2020-2021 season. The program included a selection of works by Corelli, Vivaldi, Walker, and Mozart, under the […]

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4 Ways Women Can Stop COVID From Sidetracking Their Health, Wellness And Financial Plan

As a woman, I know how easy it is to put someone else’s needs ahead of my own. I think many women do it automatically when we have young kids at home, but it’s a pattern that often extends into the empty nest phase and even later years. There’s always an excuse. Maybe we’re too […]

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