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Since April is Financial Literacy Month and tax time has passed, let's begin focusing on our finances for the remainder of 2015. I know you have been putting your receipts into a shoebox or an accordion file, so let’s start recording, tracking and managing those expenses so we can make some basic financial decisions like; what vacation(s) can we schedule this year? Which expense(s) can we cut back on to start saving towards our year-end-goal?
Let me share with you this awesome tool that you can create by attending my signature Microsoft Excel training program called the "Manage Your Personal Finances" or MYPF Learning Program. The MYPF Learning Program takes a total of eight hours to complete. During the training you will learn various Microsoft Excel functions and concepts that will provide you with knowledge that can be used in other aspects of your life (personally, professionally, or academically). The program is now being offered in a virtual platform, over the Internet, and it is designed for the beginner or novice computer user. All that you need is the Microsoft Office Excel application and an Internet connection. The goal of the program is to help individuals become more "efficient, effective and productive" users of technology.
Join me during the broadcast to learn more about this simple and easy-to-use tool that you create as the result of completing the MYPF Learning Program.
Illinois orders for child support do not cover every expense that your child will incur. How can that be? What if I have my checks garnished each and every time, why and how could I be expected to pay more? People have to be very careful about this and expectations need to be calibrated to be in tune with the Illinois Courts. This podcast will detail how the judges in Illinois go about making decisions into what expenses the non-custodial parent will have to make in addition to child support. Attorney Pequeno will describe what sorts of debts may be incurred and how the court determines amounts that have to be paid for this.
This show will be about how to imporve ,and cut expenses the V.A. health care system
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In this installment of "It's My House" we shall discuss (How To Finance Nursing Homes Expenses). Sooner or later if you are blessed to live long enough, more than likely EVERY human being on the planet will need some type of assisted living arrangement. It could be minor Assisted Living arrangements or full time care at a Nursing Home.
Our topics today shall covder:
What are the cost today for Assisted Living and Nursing Homes ?
How To Finance Your Expenses.
Creating Family Based Nursing Homes.
Why People Go Broke.
We’re talking about Liberty Health Share. It is not health insurance. It is medical cost sharing. And it is allowable under the Affordable Care Act. Now I joined and saved 400-dollars a month for my wife and me. We joined as a couple. In addition the Initial Unshared Amount, or what the insurance industry calls a deductible, or what I pay out of pocket dropped 80-percent down to 1-thousand dollars for both us for the whole year. Executive Director Dale Bellis explains.
Again that was Dale Bellis, the Executive Director of Liberty Health Share. Those initial unshared amounts, again like insurance deductibles, in other words what you pay before sharing begins, are 500-dollars for an individual, 1-thousand dollars per couple, and 15-hundred per family per year. There’s plenty more information on Initial Unshared Amount. Go to liberty health share dot-org slash John Daly. Stay informed not inflamed.
Did you know that April is Financial Literacy Month? Do you have in place the means to track your daily, weekly, or monthly expenses? Was this one of your New Year’s Resolutions...and how is that going? I know, from personal experience, that recording things like "where I spend my money" and "how much I spend on certain non-essential items are things I don't like to know about or see (especially in a documented format).
What typically works for most is to just check the current bank balance(s) and determine how things are until the next payday...but in that regard, how does one truly understand where money is being spent?
This is something that my family and I had to deal with, just within the past year. During this broadcast I will be promoting April as Financial Literacy Month and the importance of knowing the how much, the where, the when and the why of our personal spending habits as a way to begin leveraging our financial status.
Join me during the broadcast to learn more about simple ways to use the technology that is already at our fingertips (literally) as a way to get a better grasp of our financial picture. You can simply listen in to the broadcast or you can call in if you have a question or a comment that you would like to add. I look forward to you joining me this upcoming Sunday at 3:00 pm.
FINANCIAL FITNESS IS NOT EASY. BUDGETING IS NOT EASY. SAVING MONEY AND CUTTING COST IS NOT EASY. WHY? FINANCIAL FITNESS IS NOT EASY BECAUSE EXPENSES CONTINUALLY INCREASE AND NEVER SEEM TO DECREASE UNLESS WE TAKE ACTION TO CUT COSTS AND KEEP MORE OF THE MONEY THAT COMES INTO OUR HOUSEHOLDS. ARE THERE TRICKS TO CUTTING COSTS? LISTEN TO THIS SHOW AND FIND OUT HOW TO CUT 10 BUDGET BUSTERS!
Join us for collaboration about the “The Ugly Side of Business.” All businesses require some type of record keeping. No matter how good you are in your business, if you do not keep good records of your business, you will quickly be out of business.
Rayanne Lane, Financial Advisor, Tracy Stevens, CEO of StrayInk, LLC, Renee Carter, CEO of Your Traveling Chef, and Stephanie Jordan, CEO of SRJ Designs all have different businesses, but all of these business share the same aspects, finding effective ways to keep track of expenses, receipts, and other business accounting that is needed to report to government, as well as to gauge where you are in your business. You will definitely take something away that you can use.
Hello to all of my precious listeners. This is your host of The Glory Zone, Lawrence Bailey and I am back with you to discuss my up and coming mission trip to Liberia. I will be discussing my vision and mission for Liberia. I will be taking a 14 day mission trip to Monrovia, Liberia to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to the wonderful and beautiful Liberians. Liberia has undergone such painful times, have lost much, and have alot of hurting people who need have hope restored to their land. Due to the lack of finances and a hurting economy I will need as much help as humanly possible. We need to handle many expenses to insure the success of all of the up and coming meetings. So I encourage you to tune in tonight at 6pm sharp.
Join host Barbie O'Connor for this week's MoneySmarts4U show about the 5 Things to Do Before You Get College Acceptances. Besides celebrating your teen's success so far in life, Barbie will go over how to determine the priorities and needs of your student before saying yes to one school over another. In addition, she wil help you figure out the actual expenses for attending each college under consideration. Barbie will walk you through how to determining how much money you have available to pay for college as well as what any financial aid offers will mean to your student. In addition, if you find your student isn't really ready yet, Barbie will share alternative ideas to traditional four year college with you.
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