Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fly-over states

I’m blogging from an airplane right now. As I type I’m crossing the Missouri River running through South Dakota. (Thanks, in-flight map!). On this particular business trip, I connected with some of my colleagues who are based in larger metropolitan… Continue reading

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Life insurance: just the basics

Since we’ve already talked a bit about life insurance, let’s go over some of the basics that you’ll need when the time comes to start shopping. Where do you start? First, figure out how much life insurance you need. If… Continue reading

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Wells Fargo and Hispanic Scholarship Fund

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and to kick it off, Wells Fargo expanded a long-term alliance with Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF). I’m so glad that Wells Fargo is working with this group, because the numbers behind Hispanics and education are very… Continue reading

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Deals on tuition

Did anyone else see this? National Louis University in Chicago is using Groupon to offer a 60% discount for an introduction to teaching course this fall. Now, I’m all over using Groupon to find new restaurants and getting some cheap… Continue reading

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Basketball, reality TV, and … life insurance?

Any Lamar Odom fans out there? Well, not only is he a two-time NBA champion for the Los Angeles Lakers and the latest reality TV star on the show Khloé & Lamar (not that I’ve ever watched it), but did… Continue reading

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Back to school resolutions for new grads (and parents)

Why are we offering back-to-school resolutions for college graduates who aren’t heading back to school? Because no matter how old you get, most of us still get that “back to school” urge to start fresh when September rolls around. (You’ll… Continue reading

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Back-to-school resolutions for college students (and parents)

Ahhhh, a new year on campus. Quick, before the not so desirable college habits take over—like skipping class to watch soaps or play video games—resolve to make this school year a bit more productive when it comes to classes, money,… Continue reading

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