The Money Mentor Blog
1/30/15  Grab Bag
The dollar bill: believe it or not

A dollar is the basic monetary unit in the United States, but how much do you really know about it? Here are some basic and interesting facts about this important note of legal tender.

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1/29/15  Credit 101Up Your Security IQ
Five tips on how to book and pay for a hotel

Vacationing at a hotel should be fun, with a minimum of hassles. But if you’re not in the know, you may encounter some snafus that will drain your pocket book and ruin your fun. Here are five tips to know about how to book and pay for a hotel.

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1/28/15  Getting Out of Debt
Six tips on how to cope with financial stress

Do you feel anxiety when you think about your finances? Often money, or rather lack of it, is only part of the problem. Learn six steps to help you feel – and be – in control with your finances.

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1/27/15  Savings & Retirement
Saving for retirement in your 30s

In your 30s and feeling like you're lagging behind in your retirement savings? Learn about the advantages of starting your retirement savings efforts now, why company matches are so valuable, and why increasing your retirement contributions might not cause as much pocketbook pain as you think it will. 

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1/26/15  Getting Out of Debt
The impact of financial stress

January is National Financial Wellness Month, but unfortunately, financial stress has reached epic proportions in the United States. A whopping 79% of us report that our personal finances keep us up at night. Learn about the extent of the problem and how financial stress impacts our general well-being.

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1/21/15  Grab BagHousing
The Top 10 Items Your Family Needs for an Emergency Evacuation

It is important for your family to have a plan ironed out in the event of an emergency. Disaster recovery and emergency management expert Bill Bedsole shares tips on what is most important when planning for emergency and evacuation circumstances.

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