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CEO of 919 Marketing Speaks with Kevin Price About His Success as an Entrepreneur

CEO of 919 Marketing Speaks with Kevin Price About His Success as an Entrepreneur

What’s the price of business? David Chapman, CEO of 919 Marketing in Holly Springs, NC, can tell you. Chapman recently took part in one of 1110 KTEK’s “Price of Business” talks with Kevin Price and financial coach, Chris Kidd, where he talked about his strategy for starting a business and keeping the momentum going. Why [...]

Shula’s Restaurants Awards Fans as President Obama Honors Coach Don Shula and the 1972 Miami Dolphins at the White House

(MIAMI, FL  August 2013)  While President Obama honored Coach Don Shula and the Miami Dolphins team for their perfect 1972 season, Shula’s chain of steak house and burger restaurants awarded fans with gift certificates to celebrate. The White House ceremony honoring the team for the 17-0, 1972 perfect season may have come 40 years late, [...]

Long-time Entrepreneur Finds New Footing for Small Businesses Through The Interface Financial Group

Dwayne Robinson is using his franchise to help fund local small business owners. Click to Hear Radio Interview with Dwayne Robinson The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and burning bright in Dwayne Robinson, and he wants to light that same fire inside others through The Interface Financial Group (IFG) franchise he recently opened in Clarksville, Md. [...]

Former Wall Streeter Now Helping Main Street With The Interface Financial Group (IFG) Franchise

Steve Curry – IFG West Hampton Click to Hear Radio Interview with Steve Curry West Hampton, NY | Leaving behind a 30-year career on Wall Street, Steve Curry traded the fast pace and cutthroat atmosphere of Manhattan for a simpler existence in the Hamptons. Slowing down for his wife and three children was an adjustment, [...]

4 Ways To Build Financial Maturity

29 March 2017

Being capable and mature with your finances can make your life better, both now, and in the future. Managing your money well is a significant sign of financial maturity, and being financially mature can help you avoid a lot of problems.  If you are looking to build financial maturity, here are four simple ways you [...]

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6 Simple Ways to Cut Your Easter Budget

27 March 2017

Looking to cut your Easter Budget? Frilly Easter dresses. Chocolate bunnies. Hams. Easter lilies. Americans spent an estimated $17.3 billion on Easter last year, according to the National Retail Federation — or $146 per person. In fact, Easter spending shot up to its highest level in 13 years in 2016, according to the group, the [...]

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How to Pay For Medical Bills

22 March 2017

Anything that requires medical treatment can be stressful. If you add in the stress of the financial burden that medical bills can take, it can become a bit overwhelming. You do not have to panic about how to pay for medical bills. Whether you have medical insurance or if you are paying on your own, [...]

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College Bound? Six Questions To Ask As You Consider Financial Aid

20 March 2017

Every Spring, millions of college-bound students across the country start ripping open financial aid package letters from the colleges and universities that they’re considered. For many, the details in those packets will help them make one of the biggest decisions of their lives so far: Exactly where they will spend the next two to four [...]

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Is My Child Ready For a Mobile Phone?

15 March 2017

Mobile phones are everywhere in these days. Adults use them on the street, at the mall, in the workplace, at home, and almost anywhere else imaginable. Many children and teenagers also use mobile phones. How do parents decide? Is my child ready for a mobile phone? Parents are often unsure at what age they should [...]

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8 Ways To Have Affordable Family Spring Break Fun

13 March 2017

  Beach vacations. Tropical destinations. Long weekends. Spring break often means big bucks for plenty of families. Spending tops $1 billion, according to one report, and that’s just for college spring breakers partying in locations in Florida and Texas. That tally doesn’t include the countless families, faced with a week off of school and questions [...]

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NBA Legend Magic Johnson Is Going to Breathe New Life Into a Deflated LA Lakers Franchise. Here’s Why

10 March 2017

The Lakers gain some much-needed Magic in a shocking administrative overhaul. This article was syndicated and originally appeared on the Inc.com website

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Five Signs it Might be the Right Time to Ditch Your Car

08 March 2017

There’s a movement growing in many of America’s cities today. Young people especially are asking whether it truly makes sense to own a vehicle. The costs of vehicle ownership are high. Between car payments, insurance costs, gas, taxes, and maintenance, you can end up paying $10,000 or more per year just to own a car. [...]

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Bankruptcy Filings Drop in 2016

06 March 2017

The American Bankruptcy Institute had some good news to share early this year: In 2016, the total number of bankruptcy filings dropped 6 percent when compared to 2015. Commercial filings did rise — by 26 percent, according to the nonpartisan group that’s dedicated to research and issues related to bankruptcies. But, overall, there are plenty [...]

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How to Save Money on Baby Necessities

01 March 2017

Babies bring joy and wonder to our lives. They can also cause families to overspend and go into debt.  According to a recent BabyCenter survey, parents will spend an estimated $10,000 on their little bundles of joy in the first year. There are a few costs you won’t be able to change–like doctor co-pays–but there [...]

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