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Richland College Helps Get You Straight To Work

  “Workin’ On A Dream … And I Know It Will Be Mine Someday.” – Bruce Springsteen by Alicia Wanek What do you want to be?  (Or what does your graduating senior want to be?)  You don’t necessarily need a college

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The System

  Building Confidence through Time & Money Management by Mike DesRoches My daughter Ashlyn recently turned 21. Thankfully, she’s flourishing and brimming with confidence in some areas that a couple years ago were significant concerns. After a first year of so-so

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Mom Time, Dad Time, and Camp Time

  The Summer “Time” Dilemma for Divorced Parents by Alicia Wanek Parents today know that their entire summer is probably all planned out by mid-spring.  Locking in camp dates starts before spring break, so parents start coordinating early to ensure

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What’s On Your “Bucket List?”

  Why You Should Plan Now to Afford Your Dreams by David White | Contributor I once had a client who passed away about six months after retirement at age 65.  His wife told me, “He’d always promised me we’d travel

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A Way With Words

  I have always had a passion for the power of words.  I earned a college degree in journalism, wrote advertising and PR copy for decades, drafted commentary to help place neglected kids in safe homes, wrote for many publications, and

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Ask and Answered

Answers to your important legal questions from our panel of experts Often decisions about family matters have legal consequences.  Got a legal question for one of our experts, ask it here. Here, three of our most trusted attorneys offer their

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In a RUSH to Stand Out?

Take the Time to Prep! by Leslie Cunningham | Contributor Graduating high school and heading off to college is an exciting time.  Now that you know where you will be for the next four years, you have to decide what

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#YouWouldntUnderstand

Bridging the Communication Gap: How to Speak So Your Child Will Hear by Susan Sugerman | Contributor Question: How do we speak with our children in ways that impart wisdom and save them from the hard lessons we learned at their

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Made in the Shade: Helping Your Assets Grow

  “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” – Warren Buffett by Greg Morgan | Contributor As children, most of us were probably taught to “put some of your money into savings”

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