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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, […]

Get Healthy on a Budget in The New Year

16 January 2019

It’s early in a New Year and that means many of us are working on new goals. Are you one of the many who have set a fitness goal for yourself? If so, you may be looking for ways to get healthy on a budget this year. According to Statistic Brain “lose weight” is the […]

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Do You Need Life Insurance?

14 January 2019

More than half of Americans (54 percent) have life insurance, according to a 2017 survey, but nearly one in three say they need more. What’s holding them back? Knowledge and finances. According to Life 2017, a survey released by LIMRA, an international research group, 4 in 10 consumers say they have no life insurance because […]

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Financial Goals: What’s Smart, What’s Not

09 January 2019

Setting financial goals is a skill. Believe it or not, it can be done incorrectly. To most, this is surprising news, since we tend to think about goals as things we want, and it takes no skill to simply want something. Goal-setting is part of establishing a budget, so you want to know you’re doing […]

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Employee Perks: Are You Taking Advantage of Them?

07 January 2019

With an unemployment rate below 4 percent, U.S. employers are boosting their efforts to keep their current employees on the job, and that includes offering more employee perks and benefits. From company gyms to college scholarships, businesses are doing what they can to retain and recruit strong employees. Indeed, according to the Society for Human […]

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Franchise Operations Get Some Bad Labor News from an Appeals Court Decision

04 January 2019

The ruling could impact companies that use a third-party as the actual employer of its workers. This article was syndicated and originally appeared on the Inc.com website

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How to Budget When Paychecks Fluctuate

02 January 2019

Some of the best jobs offer variable income. People who are in sales may love the rush of closing a deal, but dislike the erratic nature of their weekly paycheck. Freelancers might enjoy working in their slippers, but loathe those lean weeks when they receive no work. Seasonal industries especially know the pains of an […]

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The Best Financial Advice for Families Looking Toward the Future

31 December 2018

  By Guest Contributor: Sara Bailey:  thewidow.net   Having children brings on many new responsibilities, not the least of which is ensuring financial security for your whole family. It’s important to look at both the present and the future. Here’s some important financial advice for families to help you make responsible choices for you and […]

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Recent Study: Women More Likely to Skip Credit Card Payments

19 December 2018

Women are more likely than men to skip credit card payments, according to a 2018 study from CreditCards.com. The poll, which surveyed 1,000 adults, found that 48 percent of women hadn’t paid their credit card bill on time at least once compared to 35 percent of men. Overall, 42 percent of people said they have […]

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7 Items to Consider for Your Year-end Financial Checklist

17 December 2018

Start the new year right with this year-end financial checklist For many of us, the focus in December is on holiday shopping and parties and family traditions. And while those rituals typically include tree decorating and hot chocolate sipping, you probably should add another to your year-end list: a financial review. Now is the time […]

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Frugal Holiday Recipes for Less than $1 per Serving

12 December 2018

 Affordable Holiday Recipes to Help You Celebrate! Scanning the magazines in the grocery store or the countless recipe sites online, it’s so easy to get a little carried away with your holiday meal planning as you plan to make the stuffing that requires 20 ingredients or purchase the most expensive cut of beef. The recipes […]

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