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The #BaconRealtor

The #BaconRealtor

I have the honor of working hand-in-hand with hundreds of realtors each year. It’s great! As I work with them, I experience many “behind the scenes” moments with these realtors that shape their transactions. However, there is a hard truth—there are thousands of...

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People

People are one of the most polarizing dichotomies on the Earth. We are frustrating, hateful, and selfish. On the other hand, people bring so many positives. We are caring, compassionate, and loving. The source of so much pain can be found in people, yet the most...

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Top Three Budgeting Tools

Maintaining a budget is the cornerstone to a healthy financial life. If you’re not budgeting, you can’t build wealth efficiently. Giving your money a place to go allows you to take control of it. This is the best way to experience financial freedom so you can spend...

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What is a good mortgage rate?

There is no easy answer. The reason being, there are many different options when obtaining a mortgage. For instance, you have to consider all of these factors when determining your mortgage: How much are you putting down? What is your credit score? Are you obtaining a...

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Medicare Annual Enrollment Period Explained

Every year, Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans can make changes. This includes modifications to benefits, cost, and their network of pharmacies and providers. As a result, people with Medicare have the chance to make changes to their coverage during the...

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4 Tips to Save Money This Week

I know for me, the intention is always there to save money, but life happens. I sometimes used to find myself scraping by as the end of the month approached. I wanted to share some quick tips to help you put some money away to make sure that isn’t the case this month,...

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Medicare Explained: What You Need to Know

If you work in the United States, you pay a Medicare tax on your earned income which helps fund the program. Medicare is a federal health insurance entity for people 65 years or older, younger individuals with disabilities, and those with end-stage renal disease. So...

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How Does Life Insurance Work?

Life insurance, along with disability insurance, is foundational for proper financial planning. Life insurance protects your family from financial disaster should an unexpected death occur. A “term” life insurance policy is quite simple—you are insured for a certain...

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What is a Registered Investment Advisor?

Stewardship Financial’s goal is to help our customers reach their financial objectives and build wealth. We do this by offering financial guidance. When starting Stewardship Financial, we considered which business model would be most effective in accomplishing this....

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