Money For Lunch – Finance

How to Protect Your Family’s Finances

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How to Protect Your Family’s Finances

The economy might be very strong now, but wages aren’t rising and for most American families worries about money are never far from mind.  However, this shouldn’t make you feel powerless as there are plenty of things you can do to protect your family’s finances. Plan for the Future One […]

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Effective Tips To Buy The Best Life Insurance Policy

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Effective Tips To Buy The Best Life Insurance Policy

For many people, availing insurance is usually perceived as a time-consuming task because they are not completely aware about the details. It is definite that insurance comes with lots of formalities which make it cumbersome at the first instant. Life Insurance offers a lump sum disbursement to the beneficiaries after […]

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Norm Blumenthal – The Trump Slump

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Norm Blumenthal – The Trump Slump

Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. In 2017, Norm was inducted and recognized as one of America’s Most Trusted Lawyers in Employment Law. Norm Blumenthal is a Regular contributor on Money For Lunch.   There is one rule for […]

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Starting Your Own Business: Tips To A Successful Journey

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Starting Your Own Business: Tips To A Successful Journey

Starting your own business is an exciting, yet terrifying experience.  The unknown is always the most troublesome aspect of taking a sizable risk such as starting a new business.  Setting out on a fiscal journey as an entrepreneur can be easier with the right information. Educating yourself is vital to […]

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Is College Worth the Cost?

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Is College Worth the Cost?

It’s that time of year again. Back to school. If you find yourself applying for college, or returning for the fall semester, you may be wondering if college is even worth it at all. With the price of school being so high and the job market so volatile, it’s a […]

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Movers & Shakers Interview with Dee Carter

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Dee Carter

Tell us your name and a little about yourself. Dee Carter, President of, “The Carter Financial Group.” Author of new book, “It’s Now or Never…: How to Enjoy Your Life and Not Let Your Investments Own You!” Release date July 17th As President of The Carter Financial Group, Dee Carter enjoys […]

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Finding Your Way Out: 5 Ways to Get Rid of Debt

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When you spread out your bills and tally up your balances, do you feel intimidated by what you have to pay off? Getting out of a debt is a top-five goal for a lot of us, and with discipline, it can be done. In addition to creating a budget to […]

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Veteran’s Lawyer, Francis Jackson on VA News (VeteransBenefits.com)

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Veteran’s Lawyer, Francis Jackson on VA News (VeteransBenefits.com)

Francis Jackson –  is an attorney who specializes in disability law for those seeking veterans disability benefits and social security disability benefits. A founding partner of Jackson & MacNichol, he has been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX network affiliates around the country. He most recently appeared as a guest […]

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Mike Reynolds

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Mike Reynolds

Mike Reynolds is a career visionary and executive in the world of private finance and mergers and acquisitions, with a long history of building and growing successful organizations. In his 30 years of success, Mike has transformed companies and industries with his innovative management techniques and his ability to spot and […]

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3 Ways To Save Money On Vehicular Expenses

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While having your own car can be a big benefit in your life, it can also be a big expense that you have to pay for. From buying your car to paying for insurance and putting gas in your tank each week, the costs of driving can get pretty pricey. […]

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