How Janelle Hanaburgh Paid Off $100K in Students Loans in 7 Years

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By Catherine Martinez One year ago, Janelle Hanaburgh gave herself a 30th-birthday present: she finished paying off more than $100,000 student loans in just seven years. “I feel...

Financial Advisor Spotlight: Sarah Hogue, Little Rock, AR

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Editors Note: Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers with professionals who...

Financial Advisor Spotlight: Amy White Crispino, Louisville, KY

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Editors Note: Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers with professionals who...

Financial Advisors Spotlight: Dini Harris, Boise, ID

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Editors Note: Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers with professionals who...

Financial Advisor Spotlight: Byron Stevens, Indianapolis, IN

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Editors Note: Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers with professionals who...

Financial Advisor Spotlight: Sarah Catherine Gutierrez, Little Rock, AR

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Editors Note: Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers with professionals who...

Financial Advisor Spotlight: Nichol Rogers, Wells Fargo – Omaha, NE

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Editors Note: In future issues, Smart Women Smart Money Magazine wants to highlight industry professionals who excel in their field. Our hope is to connect our readers...

Warning to New Home Buyers: Why Calculating Your Debt to Income Ratio is Important

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By Derek Kreifels Last month, the Mortgage Bankers Association released its quarterly report of delinquent mortgages. The MBA's survey defines a delinquency as any loan that the payment...

First Time Home Buyers: 6 Tips Before Applying for a Home Loan

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Buying your first home can be an overwhelming, stressful, and even frightening process. But it doesn’t have to be. If you prepare yourself properly, you can prepare...

Six Reasons Residential Real Estate Is Better than Stocks

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By Lance Thompson The best known personal investments are real estate and stocks.  There are pros and cons to both, but residential real estate provides six significant advantages...
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