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Everyone has money questions, whether it's what to do about retirement, or how to invest for the first time. Each week, Byron Moore offers practical, down-to-earth advice on handling money; and shows that even though money is important, paying attention to it can keep it from ruling your life.

Shopping For A College Education

Jun 25, 2015

The relative value of a college education today isn't always assured. In today's world, the skyrocketing cost of a four-year degree certainly doesn't ease the matter. Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore lends some practical tips for deciding what, and where, is the best situation for higher education.

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Many do not adequately plan for retirement.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore offers that one way of thinking about retirement is to plan like a pessimist, but live like an optimist.

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Many people confuse symbolism for substance when trying to save money.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore shares on making a viable plan for saving.

Some sectors have led the economy to record numbers, but what will it take for the stock market growth to continue?  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore points to three things to consider when watching the Wall Street ticker.

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In both financial and personal deals, two qualities come into play every time.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore takes a close look at character and content.

Stressed Over Money

Apr 29, 2015
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Whether more or less money, there always seems to be problems.  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore says how we react to money often produces the stress we experience over our financial lives.

Financial Uncertainty

Apr 23, 2015
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 How do you react to uncertain financial situations?  Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore says generally a person will freeze and not take action.  A better approach is found in preparing for those adverse times.

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Tensions do exist in your financial life. Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore says to remember the little things as you plan for the future.

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Once you establish some financial success, it is only a matter of time before someone comes to you with a "great deal." Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore cautions to be aware of not only what, but who is involved with the promise of the next big thing.

There's a multitude of mutual funds in today's market. Given the day, Certified Financial Planner Byron Moore asserts there's one promising fund that could cut through clutter.

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