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Equifax Compromised Your Identity; Lock Down Your Credit.
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The result of this data breach is that anyone with this information will be able to pretend to be you and apply for credit in your name at any time in the future. There is only one way to guard yourself against this possibility: Lock down your credit.

How To Enroll in Equifax’s Free Credit Monitoring
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None of these services makes up for the fact that your sensitive information has been accessed. And after this breach you should assume that every scam artist has all of your information.

Equifax Compromised Your Credit Cards
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Equifax admitted recently that hackers gained access to the sensitive identify and financial information in their database for 143 million people (44% of the U.S. population).

Financial Peace University in Charlottesville
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The Dave Ramsey website has a list of upcoming classes in the Charlottesville area with start dates varying from September 13 through October 11.

The Business of Being an Artist
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Financial planning is simply doing what it takes to give you the means to do what you want. The poorer you are the more you need financial planning. You don’t have any margin for mistakes.

Financial Media Group Sells SEC Required Compliance Emails To Spammers
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One of the problems with government reporting regulations is that personal information is made widely available for abuse.

How Safe is Your Money Market?
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) changed the rules and required all financial institutions to move pricing their money market from a stable $1.00 price per shares to a floating net asset value.

Gold’s Role In A Portfolio
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Gold advocates will often go to great lengths to tout the advantages of owning gold.

Investing Mistake: Paying Too Much In Investment Vehicle Fees
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There can be great value in the sage advice of a fee-only fiduciary advisor. Even if they brought no value for their investment management, they could still bring great value for their help in comprehensive wealth management. While a competent … Read More

How to Get Started with Retirement Planning
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Most of the assets you use to fund your retirement will come from compounded growth.

Value of a Roth Segregation Conversion Strategy
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While most investment advisors do one total conversion or partial conversion here or there, we have a dedicated Roth segregation strategy, which adds real value to our clients accounts.

How to Set Retirement Goals
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A fee-only financial advisor can provide the decades of support and encouragement to make financial planning, effective life planning.

How to Protect Your Retirement
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For many investors, a fee-only advisor pays for themselves in reduced expenses alone.

Radio: The Case for No Minimum Wage
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David John Marotta was interviewed on the Schilling Show discussing the minimum wage, and the reasons keeping (or raising) a mandatory minimum wage could actually hurt some workers.

How to Lower Your AGI and Why You’d Want To
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Here are 8 reasons you’d want to lower your AGI and 8 methods to lower your AGI.

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