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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, […]

5 Ways Valuing Time Over Money Builds Happiness

19 August 2019

We may all be chasing the dollar every single day, but, when it comes to happiness, a growing body of research tells us that people who value time over money are happier. In one study of thousands of Americans, most said money would bring them more joy, yet, researchers found that choosing time over money […]

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6 Tips For an Affordable Last Minute Vacation

14 August 2019

So, you’ve decided that taking an affordable last minute vacation is something you can pull off this year. Maybe you found a way to scrimp and save last month to splurge on a quick weekend getaway or a family member invited you for a week at their beach rental. Whatever the reason, congratulations! Studies show […]

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7 Free Personal Finance Classes You Can Take Online

12 August 2019

Studies show that many Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement and can’t cover a relatively small emergency expense with the money they have on hand. According to the Federal Reserve, less than two-fifths of adults believe they are saving enough for retirement. And 40% of adults say that if faced with a $400 unexpected expense, […]

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Understanding How Payday Loans Work

07 August 2019

People who are having financial difficulty sometimes turn to payday loans to get the cash they need. But do they understand how payday loans work? Because these loans are very costly, it’s essential to understand them and be clear about how they can affect your finances. Once you know the facts, you may find that […]

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Elder Financial Abuse: The Scams, Red Flags and How to Prevent It

05 August 2019

Elder financial abuse is a growing problem, even a “burgeoning public health crisis” and “virtual epidemic,” according to some experts, as con artists scam seniors out of their savings, pensions and homes. There is no solid national estimate for just how much our elders lose each year to fraudsters, according to a 2018 report on […]

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First Time Homeownership: Advice from a Housing Counselor

31 July 2019

Welcome to another edition of the Young Adult’s Perspective series, where we help newly financially independent young adults make sense of the journey that comes with being on your own. This week, we’ll be taking on one of the biggest challenges in establishing independence: purchasing your own home. Unlike previous topics, I don’t have any […]

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Personal Loans Are Gaining Popularity

29 July 2019

Car loans. Student loans. Mortgages. Credit card debt. These are the kinds of debt that often get top billing in headlines and stories about those who have financially overextended themselves. But there’s another kind of debt that’s growing, according to the latest consumer debt study from Experian, the consumer credit reporting company, and those are […]

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Personal Finance Checklist Infographic

24 July 2019

Financial success can be easy with the right tools. One of our favorite tools to use is a Personal Finance Checklist. When you have a full understanding of your financial picture, it’s easier to take steps toward financial security. Creating a personal finance checklist, especially if you update and review it regularly, can greatly enhance […]

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Should You Get a Store Credit Card?

22 July 2019

Store Credit Card, yes or no? Spoiler alert: They often are too good to be true “Save 5% on all purchases!” “Get cash back!” “Cut your costs at the pump!” At checkout at many big box stores, supermarkets and mall shops, it’s nearly impossible to avoid hearing a pitch for the store’s credit card from […]

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The Fastlane to Car Ownership

17 July 2019

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Young Adults Perspective series. In our last piece, we discussed some key things you needed to learn before working in the gig economy. As a part of that piece, we wrote about using your personal vehicle for work. We realize that, for some of you, this might not […]

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