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What the Rich Know and the Poor Do Not
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How much should I save this month? What return did I earn last year?

Minimum Wage Helps The Rich
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Even though 77% of Americans disagree with 62% of economists, let me assure you the economists are right.

Minimum Wage Hurts The Poor
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An increase in the minimum wage often means a decrease in the pre-tax benefits that employees value more.

Financial Planning Begins with Spiritual Values
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Financial planning is the process of aligning your financial choices with your life passions. Values transcend the cash and the numbers.

Belle Didn’t Really Love Scrooge
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Belle measures Ebenezer’s love for her by what he spends on her directly. Investments count for nothing.

Tax Planning Tips for 2006
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In order to make full use of these tax-saving tips, be sure to visit your tax professional before year’s end. Once January 1st rolls around, there’s little else you can do but pay up.

Cyber Monday
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This year, the busiest day will likely be two weeks later on Monday, December 11th.

Tax Planning for Small Business Owners
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Solo 401(k)s permit you to contribute to the plan both as the “employer” and as the “employee.”

Conservation Easements
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Before executing a conservation easement donation, you should be certain that it is in line with your financial goals.

NAPFA Consumer Education Foundation
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Fewer than 20 percent of investors are financially literate.

P/E Ratio
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P/E ratio tells you how many dollars you have to invest to receive $1 in earnings.

Roth IRA vs. the Traditional IRA
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Historically income taxes have not been this low since 1931.

Virginia Is For Business Lovers
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More businesses migrate across state borders than national borders.

Qualified 529 Spending
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Virginians can take a $2,000 state tax deduction simply by flowing their money through a 529 account for a day.

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