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Maria Kuitula and Phyllis Wordhouse, wealth coaches at Wordhouse Wealth Coaching, are busy saving investors in nineteen states from making common investing errors and falling into the "Investors' Trap."

Have you ever watched one of those extreme couponing shows where the person has a three-ring binder full of coupons and a giant pantry full of food that would require an elaborate rotation schedule to use everything before it reached its expiration date?

Five Things You Should Know About Charitable Contributions, Before You Write Them Off.

Every year, many start the holiday season with a shopping budget and a vow to stick to it. Yet year after year, after the gifts are unwrapped and the credit card bills and bank statements start to arrive, many are shocked at how much they really spent. Why is it so hard to stick to that perfectly crafted budget? Because it takes more than a preset number to stay within your limit: It takes a plan.

Remember the days when you had to actually go into the bank to deposit a check? And then ATMs were invented—and it seemed like magic! Now, you don't even need to leave your home to do your banking, as long as you have a computer or a smartphone.

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