Financial

By Shannon Gurnee
In Finances
Feb 6th, 2021
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Today, on Redhead Mom, I’m sharing a partnered guest post about commonwealth financial systems and how to remove them from your credit report. Perhaps, you are one of those people who have been contacted by Commonwealth Financial Systems about an unpaid bill, and now, it has been affecting your credit score. Thousands of consumers have […]...
By Shannon Gurnee
In Finances
Jul 16th, 2013
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In today’s families, women play a huge role in finances, as opposed to those we’ve had in the past.  When looking at articles on women and finances, I found this one very interesting – “Women and Finances: Growing Older Makes Women Better with Finances.”  In the article, a study conducted by Joanne W. Hsu, an […]...
By Shannon Gurnee
In Finances
Jun 29th, 2013
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Moving in together with someone you love is a super exciting thing and a major life change!  While it is an exciting life event, you should still protect yourself in preparation for the worst.  You shouldn’t expect it, but you should protect yourself.  I found an article entitled, “8 Tips for Protecting Your Finances Before […]...
By Shannon Gosney
In Budgeting
Apr 2nd, 2013
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When reading an article on women taking control of their finances, I read something that peaked my interest.  Did you know that more than a third of American women are now the family breadwinner?  Although that is pretty awesome, women still tend to pass the buck on important money matters, including investing and retirement.  Have […]...
By Shannon Gosney
In Recent Posts
Mar 8th, 2013
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May is gonna be here before we know it and you’ll be seeing pink everywhere you go – in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Many stores give the opportunity for you to make donations when purchasing food or other items, but did you know that you can make a breast cancer donation at […]...
By Shannon Gosney
In Budgeting
Dec 30th, 2012
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As our children get older, we start looking more closely at saving for college and retirement.  Being a work-at-home parent makes it even more necessary to start setting aside money for our future, as I don’t have an employer doing it for me.  Like many Americans, living paycheck to paycheck can make it difficult to […]...
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