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  • January's Financial Stress
    January 31, 2017 Dr. Linda Hancock

    January's Financial Stress

    Christmas is over and the bills are arriving. It's time to figure out how you are going to handle the January financial stress. Following are some hints that will help you to get back into control again: REGULAR REPEAT EXPENSES:1....

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  • Bills Are Coming In
    December 17, 2014 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Bills Are Coming In

    So, you spent too much for Christmas (again!) and all the bills are making you nervous. Following are some ideas about how to get out of the financial problem that you have created: Don't ignore them! - It will not...

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  • I'm Moving Up!
    July 16, 2012 Dr. Linda Hancock

    I'm Moving Up!

    Well, it's nice weather and often that brings thoughts of moving - but the move might not be motivated by anything more than a desire to change locations. And the results might include costs that you really never considered. I...

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  • Why Don't I Have Any Money?
    August 10, 2011 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Why Don't I Have Any Money?

    I remember when I was in grade eight and my father was scared to resign from his job because he didn't want to lose the three hundred dollar a month income that he was paid. But then you have to...

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  • Facing Your Financial Reality!
    August 9, 2011 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Facing Your Financial Reality!

    The recent debt crisis in the United States and media coverage of a volatile world economic situation has brought us to a point of realizing that when it comes to money, we just have to facts the facts! You cannot...

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  • Debt-Free Forever
    August 22, 2010 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Debt-Free Forever

    One of the most interesting books that I have ever read is actually the fifteenth by author Gail Vaz-Oxlade. Ms. Vaz-Oxlade is who also the star of the popular television series "'Till Debt Do Us Part" has offered advice about...

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  • Bipolar Financing
    March 24, 2010 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Bipolar Financing

    Bipolar Disorder is a condition that involves two opposite extreme moods that usually appear in unpredictable patterns. They are the result of chemical imbalances in the brain. Mania is the state which appears as a high and energized mood. Depression...

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  • Three Mistakes That People Make With Their Money
    January 1, 2010 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Three Mistakes That People Make With Their Money

    I think I've heard it all when it comes to money. When people state that they are unhappy with their financial situation, I know that their problems likely fall into one or all three of the following categories. SPENDING TOO...

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  • The Economic Crisis!
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    The Economic Crisis!

    The world has been on a huge economic roller-coaster ride over the past few weeks! News media blame mortgage meltdown in the United States but I believe that its history goes back to earlier times. When I grew up, we...

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  • Getting Control Over Your Money - Earn More
    November 22, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Getting Control Over Your Money - Earn More

    I often hear individuals state "I can't afford that". The person who is talking may be referring to a trip, vehicle or item of furniture. What would you do if you had an extra $2,600.00 a year? Would you travel,...

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  • The Psychology of Money and Personal Finance
    April 13, 2007 Dr. Linda Hancock

    The Psychology of Money and Personal Finance

    The people who tend to complain about money seem to fall into three categories. There are those who don't have any, those who spend more than they earn and those who have money but are terribly afraid of losing it....

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