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By Sierra Dean, Justine PETERSEN Community Investment and Outreach VISTA Did you make a New Year’s resolution to be financially fit? Getting it done and staying on task could be a challenge. We all tend to become easily sidetracked, find ways to make excuses, or just procrastinate. At the University of Scranton research suggests that

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By Angie Henderson, AFC Did you know that there’s a new financial guidance resource for St. Louis’ veteran population? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has launched a new, nationwide initiative to assist our nation’s veterans in the area of personal finance and the best part is – it’s FREE! There are roughly 250,000 service

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Estate Planning Without an “Estate” When the words “estate planning” come to mind, many people think of billionaires such as Bill Gates or Mitt Romney. These wealthy Americans certainly do have an estate and a very complex estate plan. However, anyone with a few dollars in the bank or a life insurance policy technically have

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By Vena Stevens, Gateway EITC Community Coalition Date:   January 9, 2015 Tax season is quickly approaching.  Knowing a few simple facts about tax preparation and filing will help you avoid mistakes and may even save you money. There are several options for preparing and filing your federal income tax return. You can prepare and file

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By Thomas Nitzche, CFEd, ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions Date: March 20, 2014 Winter doesn’t want to leave, but many of you may be ready to start your spring cleaning.  While images of mops, broomsticks, and vacuums traditionally come to mind, cleaning up your credit is an important part of maintaining your household. Start off your

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