Archive for November, 2010

Question for Discussion – Should Student Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

November 30, 2010

I think that student loans should not be bankruptable. Even though a college student may be naive when they sign up for the loan, most of the time the loan is co-signed by a parent. While the child may not realize what is going on the parent should and step in and say if the […]

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Attend 3 Free Financial Peace Lessons on 12/4/2010

November 18, 2010

Three Free Financial Peace Lessons!!! The Wesleyan Church of Hamburg will be hosting RKL Financial and three free Financial Peace Lessons on Saturday Dec 4th from 9am – 11:30am. We will be working our way through: * Of Mice and Mutual Funds (Investing Lesson) * From Fruition to Tuition (College and Retirement Planning) * Cash […]

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Client Questions – I am a college student with $18,000 in student loans, how do I best prepare for graduation and my first job?

November 9, 2010

Client Questions – I am a college student with $18,000 in student loans, how do I best prepare for graduation and my first job?  First, I would tell you when you get that first job out of school, please, please, please do not go buy a new car! If you can maintain your current lifestyle […]

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Get You Accounting Completed Before Year End to Prepare for Tax Season!

November 9, 2010

During the years I have been a Dave Ramsey Certified Financial Counselor, I have had the opportunity to work in conjunction with independent business owners who are very talented in their chosen lines of work.  They offer necessary services to the community; however, many of those same business owners are not proficient at keeping accurate records. They […]

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