New Experiences Don’t Have to Be Expensive

New Experiences Don’t Have to Be Expensive

Easy Ways to Cut Expenses Going Into the New Year

New Experiences Don’t Have to Be Expensive

New Experiences Don’t Have to Be Expensive

 

 

 

Escaping When Life Feels Heavy

 

I don’t know about you but life feels heavy often. BUSY + heavy!

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It can be hard to find a place of calm, stillness, peace, and sometimes plain ol’ fun. 

But in this unprecedented “pandemic” life, it’s necessary to find something you can do that will break the cycle of your day-to-day life. 

Something to give you peace, regardless of how little time it is. Every little moment counts. 

The other obvious thing about life in 2022, is that it’s expensive as hell 🤣

Gas, food, clothing, airfare, hotels – you name it – it’s probably way more than you’re used to paying. 

However, I have a few suggestions for you that may help ease the pain on your wallet and give you peace of mind.

If you need a break from fighting with your husband, taking care of the kids, or the stress of your demanding career, check out these ideas and see if there’s something that can save you (at least for a few hours).

 

 

Get Deals on Concerts & Comedy Shows

 

Entertainers are back on stage. 

Large multi-city tours, regional tours, and some pop-up shows. 

For the first four months of 2022, I’ve seen 4 live music concerts and it was everything I needed it to be each time. 

For larger venue events, if you are unable to get a ticket before the bots or brokers buy them all and resell them for 2-3x the price, I have a solution for you. 

If a show appears to be sold out (tickets only available through the secondary market), check the ticketing site the day of the show. Miraculously the seats that were completely unavailable, or priced astronomically, may become available at a very reasonable price. 

This move can be a little risky depending on the act, venue, and location, but totally worth trying if you are “dying” to see the show (at a discount). 

This recently happened to me for two shows that I bought tickets for during presale or on the secondary market and I was shocked (and a bit peeved) to see the number of tickets available that day that were not available JUST the day before. 

For some resale tickets, people even drop the price 20-40% lower than what they paid for them, just to get rid of them and not take a total loss. 

This could totally be your gain!

 

 

Try AirBnB Experiences

 

Glassblowing for $50-60 per person (pp)

Sail on a private yacht – $100-150 pp

Architecture Walking tours – $30-40 pp

Underground Donut Tour – $40 pp (not even sure what that means but it sounds intriguing)

These are just some of the experiences available in Chicago on AirBnb Experiences. 

Be a tourist in your own city or a nearby city. 

Ask a friend to join you for something cool, new, and exciting without having to plan an entire trip. 

Most cities offer really cool AirBnb Experiences for you to try. 

Check out what’s offered in your area. You might be pleasantly surprised. 

 

 

Be a Tourist Using CityPass or BigBusTour

 

When I travel to other cities with plenty of attractions I have signed up for CityPass or BigBus tours because it often seems like the most efficient & affordable way to see the city. 

You get to choose what attractions you spend more time with and which ones you skip. Citypass and BigBus tickets typically cost between $50-$100 per person.

 

 

When MeetUp.com Comes in Handy

 

Most of us forget about the vast offerings of meetup.com to attend events and meet other people in your local area with similar interests. Meetups include sporting events, mental health activities, book clubs, technology, lifestyle groups, and more. If you can think of it, whatever “it” might be, there is likely a meetup for it. 

Some meetups are free and others have a cost. 

Joining Meetup.com is free and it just might be the thing you need to find some “new” people & start over.  

 

 

Hideaway in a Local Hotel

 

Sometimes we need a mental health day and we stay home. What about taking your mental health day in a local hotel?

The change of scenery, without the laundry or dishes staring at you, can provide more peace of mind than you think you need. 

If you haven’t used your Marriott, IHG, Hilton, or other hotel points recently, this might be a good enough reason. 

If you have credit card points that can be used toward a hotel, this can greatly reduce or eliminate the cost of this hide-a-way mental health day. 

Companies like Betterbidding.com can guide you through the steps to get the best deal possible on hotels, especially during off-peak times. 

Now if it were me, I would pick the fanciest hotel I could find at the best price, because I love luxury hotel experiences.

Regardless of what you do, just make sure you feel right & light about the decision. 

Relieve your stress, it shouldn’t be stressful. Don’t overthink it. 

I hope you can find something that gives you the moments of peace & joy you need. 

 

 
Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director

 

Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

Let’s Talk About Your Bank Accounts

Let’s Talk About Your Bank Accounts

Easy Ways to Cut Expenses Going Into the New Year

Let’s Talk About Your Bank Accounts

Let’s Talk About Your Bank Accounts

 

 

 

You Might Need a Better Strategy 

 

It’s still April, which means it’s still financial literacy month, and even though we’re coming to the end of that, it’s not too late to talk about bank accounts!

 

 

Traditional Guidance on Bank Accounts vs My Perspective

 

So, let’s get into it. There’s very traditional guidance for bank accounts and from a fundamental perspective, it’s that everyone should have one checking and one saving.

I call BS.

Here’s why I call BS:

1 Checking Account and 1 Savings Account is not enough to strategically manage your money.

My preference, at a minimum, is to have two checking and two savings accounts.

I strongly believe in giving your accounts, credit cards, or bank accounts a purpose.

How can they have a specific purpose if they are essentially “all purpose” accounts?

 

 

What Your Primary Checking Account Is For

 

I definitely think you need a checking account dedicated to your bills. This account is for paying your rent, your mortgage, your utility bills, your insurance, and credit card bills… I think you get the point.

Nothing else is happening in this account – unless you’re a cash spender and you’re taking your cash allowance out of this account.

That’s it, that’s all that’s happening with your primary checking account.

Here’s the main reason why this makes sense.

Scammers & Fraud!

They must be offering free classes on scamming people because the scammers are BUSY!

Let me be very clear – anyone can have their accounts compromised at no real fault of their own.

I’m looking to help you minimize the chance.

If you don’t believe me – listen to an actual former con artist & fraudster from a CNBC article, by Frank Abagnale, who says this about debit cards.

“Every time you use one, you put your money and your bank account at risk.

I, of course, agree with him 😊

The more activity on your bank account & particularly your debit card, the more susceptible you are to fraud, okay?

I want to reduce the likelihood of my accounts being compromised if everything that supports my livelihood is happening in the account (paychecks, mortgage, utilities, etc.)

The companies & financial institutions that hold your mortgage and other debts, facilitate you receiving your income, and keep your lights on often have higher security & encryption levels than the retailer you found on Instagram last week.

 

 

What Your Secondary Checking Account Is For

 

Quick access to cash and random purchases. While I’m not a proponent of using debit cards online hardly ever, if you must, then it should be a card tied to a non-primary account.

If you are a high debit card user, then this is the account where you want to swipe at the grocery store, the car wash, at the coffee shop, or whatever it is.

If you are making online payments or online purchases, then this is what that account is for.

The added benefit is that it allows you to easily track your fixed expenses versus your flexible expenses.

If you are looking for more clarity and control over your finances, this structure will give you that, without feeling inconvenienced or restricted.

 

 

What’s the Purpose of Your Savings Account

 

To save of course – well sometimes… lol.

Emergency Fund is the fun sexy word of the decade – it’s essentially just a savings account.

I want you to think about the idea of an emergency fund being something for short term needs and things that are unexpected. If you need quick access to cash this is what your long term savings account was intended for.

Short term needs can be 1, 3, 6 months – less than 12 months.

When you are saving for longer-term needs (excluding retirement) then it’s my strong opinion that you should have a SEPARATE account for that.  

It should be harder to get to these funds because your intention is to SAVE, not spend the money, right?

So, you are creating accountability with yourself by making the funds harder to access.

Personally, I have no desire to link my long-term savings to my primary or secondary checking debit card – but that’s your call. I think it’s a little counterintuitive and risky. (I go into more detail about my perspective on this in my FIIRM Hero Newsletter).

 

 

Fraud

 

Earlier, I mentioned a little bit about bank accounts being compromised. I think most of you know that the scammers are busy.

They are busy trying to come up with new ways every day to trick you and get access to your information. I don’t want that to happen to you.

I want to remind you to be EXTRA diligent when it comes to the security of your accounts – bank accounts and credit card accounts.

Resist the urge to click links in text messages especially those that take you to a screen where you must input personal information.

Resist the urge to provide your name, your social security number, your pin number, your address – all the data points that someone needs to take over your account – if your “bank” calls you.

Even if the number on your phone screen matches the number on the bank of your ATM – tell the caller you will call them back. These fake calls/spoof calls are easy ways to trick people and steal their information.

Generally speaking, your bank is not going to call you AND ask you for a bunch of information they already have.

I’m sure you do this already (wink, wink), but today might be a good day to change your banking password (if you haven’t done it recently), set-up 2 step authentication (I know is a pain, but so is your identity being stolen), update your alerts on your account for email AND text and, if nothing else, open a new account with a new purpose.

If you are considering or preparing for divorce, I shared tips to be mindful of when divorcing related to bank accounts, marital property, and moving money in the last FIIRM Hero Newsletter. Join the FIIRM Hero community for exclusive & helpful content! 

 

 
Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director

 

Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

Divorce in a Loving Way

Divorce in a Loving Way

Easy Ways to Cut Expenses Going Into the New Year

Divorce in a Loving Way

Divorce in a Loving Way

 

 

 

There’s a noticeable trend with celebrity divorces and their press release statements when they are divorcing or separating.

As sideline friends (aka fans), we often have strong reactions to the news, depending on how we feel about the couple.

“It’s about damn time.” (for those we thought should have never married anyway 😏😏)

“OMG, nooooooooooo. They were couple goals” (think Jason Momoa & Lisa Bonet 😥😥)

“Oh Wow, damn.” (think Blair Underwood & Desiree DaCosta 😯😯)

These are just some of the sentiments shared on social media and in our girlfriend conversations.

We read the statements released by the couple looking for a clue about “why… what happened?”

We express anger, disappointment, and shock as if we know them personally, all the while knowing we are so many degrees separated from the celebrity couple that their divorce will have little to no impact on our day-to-day lives.

But what about the people who are close to us and decide to divorce?

Or what about when it’s us?

There are times when the way celebrities lead their lives is so unrelatable that there’s not much that every day people can learn from it.  But I think that this trend presents an opportunity for us to learn from.

The FIIRM Approach methodology includes declaring your intention at the very beginning of the divorce process. Setting an intention doesn’t mean you will do everything right or won’t have moments when you feel unsure, but it’s a chance to hold yourself accountable and manage the expectations of others.

Celebrity divorce statements typically have the same themes – sadness, continuation of love & respect, the desire to move forward apart, and the need for privacy.

With some couples, you finish reading those statements and either believe it because the couple has demonstrated positive and mature behavior throughout their marriage, or…

On the other hand we may be thinking that message is about as pointless as wearing sandals in the snow, because the couple has routinely demonstrated toxic, volatile, immature, or routine disrespectful behavior.

So what’s the lesson for us normal blue & white collar working folk?

I wrote a blog post in 2020 called How to Get the Support You Need During a Divorce to help women understand the power they have in shaping their divorce experience.

While you may have the judgment of millions of strangers to consider as you prepare to divorce, managing the expectations of your family by setting the tone in a joint or individual statement can help you get the support you need.

If you want a positive divorce, state those intentions to your soon-to-be-ex as well as your close family and friends so that it is established how you plan to move through the process and what boundaries you will put in place.

In the blog post mentioned above, one of the things I mentioned is that giving your statement means “You’re being specific and kind in your request while disarming some of their gut reactions.”

Your statement doesn’t need to be delivered through a publicist or posted on social media. It can be shared via email, text, or even phone call based on your opinion of the best way to communicate the news.

Once the statement is made, there isn’t much need to get your family and friends involved.

If you’ve ever heard someone say “I’m staying out of it”, it’s usually because most people DON’T want to be caught in the middle of your divorce, especially if it turns hostile.

Of course sharing a statement doesn’t necessarily stop people from asking questions, but I welcome you to take another page from the celebrity playbook and respond with “No comment” or “There is nothing further to share at this point” and keep it moving.

This is your way of indirectly pointing them back to your statement as a reminder that you want to divorce in a loving way or at the very least keep the drama and interference to a minimum.  

Divorcing in a loving way can also mean that you have no desire to “fight to the death” with your soon-to-be-ex. This may look different for each of us depending on the circumstances of the divorce, however, here are a few examples:

  1. Pick a less contentious divorce method/try to stay out of court as much as possible
  2. Understand your emotional triggers and non-negotiable items
  3. Make sure you are having conversations or negotiations from an informed position
  4. Find emotional/mental support specifically for your divorce journey
  5. Refrain from oversharing
  6. Understand your partner’s triggers
  7. Spend more time listening 
  8. Choose mutually beneficial ways to communicate (email or letters)
  9. Be mindful of responses from a place of anger or hurt. Pause and collect your thoughts when needed. 
  10. Understand that everyone is going to lose in some way. 

Your divorce may not look like something on the Hallmark Channel (one of my favorite channels by the way,) but you have the opportunity to frame your divorce journey with the best intentions, which is a great place to start. 

Join us in the FIIRM Hero Community to get access to exclusive financial and divorce information. 

 

 
Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director

 

Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

What the Heck Is Going On With Your Student Loans

What the Heck Is Going On With Your Student Loans

Easy Ways to Cut Expenses Going Into the New Year

What the Heck Is Going On With Your Student Loans

What the Heck Is Going On With Your Student Loans

 

 

 

It’s possible your student loans are breaking up with you and you don’t have to pay them. 

If you have them, this news may make you very happy. 

If you don’t, this news may piss you off because you feel like someone is getting away with not paying their debt. 

Also possible that you are reuniting with your student loan payments soon (and maybe that doesn’t feel so good).

Understanding what will happen with your loans depends on when you took them out, who loaned you the money, your marital status, and a few other factors. 

Furthermore, if you have kids going away to college soon, their financial aid package may not be what you’re expecting. 

Either way – just here to inform you. 

Let’s take a look and see if you should care. 

 

 

Student Loan Payment Relief

 

The Federal Student Loan dictators granted you grace and mercy by pausing payments and interest accrual on student loans in 2020 until January 31, 2022 , May 1, 2022.

While payment relief may be extended, yet again, beyond May 2022, I doubt they will extend much past the election this fall. 

When the moratorium on payments, collection activity, and interest accrual ends, it’s important to know what might happen. 

  1. Your payment amount may change (you might want to change your repayment plan if you’re able).
  2. Your payments may be automatically drafted depending on your unique circumstances and your servicer.
  3. Your servicer may be different (you should have received notice if you have a new servicer).
  4. Your interest rate will return to your pre-Covid rate unless you modified your loan during the pandemic.
  5. Collection activity may resume on defaulted loans.

It is highly likely that you need to take some action whenever the moratorium officially expires, so be prepared to log in to your account or contact your loan servicer sooner rather than later so there is no impact on your credit score or overall financial picture.

Added bonus: The months that you have been provided relief WILL count as qualifying months if you are applying for forgiveness under the Income-driven repayment plan (you made 20 years of qualified student loan payments) or public loan service forgiveness. 

Speaking of loan forgiveness… see below. 

Check the FAQ on the Student Aid site for official details. 

 

 

Full Forgiveness of Your Navient Student Loans

 

According to Forbes and NBCNews, the Biden administration has helped make it much easier to get student loans forgiven, including the canceling of more than $9B of student loans for some borrowers. 

This is one of the times when I feel like something is better than nothing. 😆

Additionally, Navient, a student loan servicer and collector, was sued for allegedly deceiving borrowers and providing subprime or risky loans. While Navient admitted no wrongdoing, they agreed to a settlement that will result in thousands of student loans being canceled/forgiven in 39 states, once approved by the court. 

Given the number of people who have student loans, myself included, you will likely not be included in the pool of people impacted, however, here’s how you know if you are:

  • Qualifying States/Residency for Forgiveness of Your Navient Student Loans: Borrowers with a military postal code or addresses in the following states as of June 30, 2021: AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, NE, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WA, WI, and WV.     
  • Qualifying States/Residency for Forgiveness Your Navient Student Loans & Restitution Payments: Borrowers with a military postal code or addresses in the following states as of January 2017: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MN, MO, NC, NE, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, VA, WA, and WI.
  • How Much Will Be Forgiven: Borrowers with addresses in the states listed above are expected to receive full forgiveness of their Navient loan.  
  • How Much is Restitution: Borrowers with addresses in the restitution states listed above are expected to receive a check for $260. 
  • What if I was paying my Navient loans on time: Loans made between 2002-2014 with more than 7 consecutive months of delinquent payments before June 30, 2021, are eligible for full forgiveness.
  • Other important qualifiers: Loans made between 2002-2014 with more than 7 consecutive months of delinquent payments before June 30, 2021, AND the Borrower attended a for-profit school are on the Borrower Defense Loan List (e.g. DeVry, IIT) are eligible for full forgiveness.

If you don’t happen to fall in the categories mentioned above, you might still be eligible for loan forgiveness if you are a qualifying public service worker and have been previously disqualified for Public Service Loan Forgiveness as there is a limited opportunity to try again. 

Added bonus: The loan forgiveness will be tax-FREE!

You can find out more about the Navient Forgiveness suit here

Forgiveness details were compiled from the various attorney general and news sources. You are strongly encouraged to connect with your loan provider or research additionally to determine what actually applies to you. 

 

 

Financial Aid Changes

 

I don’t know about you, but there is NO way I would have been able to go to undergrad without student loans. 

I filed as an independent as soon as I could to get as much money as possible, because the only thing saved for me to go to college were well wishes. 😉

Maybe your kids are in a better situation than I was, but just in case you could use the help of grants and loans, you might want to know about some upcoming changes. 

In addition to the FAFSA form being shortened, the government has made some changes to the way financial aid will work.

Here are two notable changes:

  • A new formula has been established which will eliminate the benefit previously provided to households with more than 1 child in college. Starting in 2024-2025 school year, families will likely qualify for less financial aid due to this change. 
  • Eligibility for Pell Grants will be expanded to allow more students to qualify.
  • Subsidized student loans will be available to students as long as they are enrolled, as the maximum 3-year time limit has been eliminated. 
  • The parent a student lived with for the 12 month period prior to a FAFSA submission was previously considered the custodial parent for financial aid purposes. As of the 2024-2025 school year, the parent who provided the most financial support for the student in the prior-prior tax year is the custodial parent. This means that for the 2024-2025 school year, the 2022 tax information will be considered for the custodial parent as determined by the new rule. 

That last bullet point could have a pretty big impact on divorcing parents so you might want to take a look at the last part below.

 

 

Preparing for your child’s college expenses in your divorce

 

There are a couple of plans or agreements included in the divorce process and one of them could be a college support agreement. College support agreements may include specific information about who will be paying for tuition and school expenses, restrictions on maximum contributions, or even an agreement to give either parent the option to contribute to college expenses. 

Common college support agreement stipulations can include:

  • An equal split of expenses
  • Split expenses based on a pro-rata share of the parents respective incomes (static or fluctuating)
  • Lump-sum contribution of either parent
  • Transfer of a marital asset to the child or trust established for the benefit of the student
  • Contribution to a college savings account
  • The expected/estimated financial contribution of the student and agreement to cover the shortfall
  • Considerations for cosigning for student loans or obtaining Parent PLUS loans

I know that was a lot. My gut tells me that you will need to take additional action related to your own or your child or, at the very least, you’ll keep some of this information in your back pocket for when you might need it.

 

 
Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director

 

Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

How Changes to Zelle, PayPal & Cash App Impact You

How Changes to Zelle, PayPal & Cash App Impact You

Easy Ways to Cut Expenses Going Into the New Year

How Changes to Zelle, PayPal & Cash App Impact You

How Changes to Zelle, PayPal & Cash App Impact You

 

 

 

What you need to know about recent changes

 

Do you remember how the American Rescue Plan Act came to our rescue last year? 

No.

I got you…2 words… Stimulus Payment.

3 more words… Child Tax Credit.

This particular law gave quite a few economic benefits to those who were eligible and in need. 

It also gave you another present that you might not have necessarily wanted. 

The pandemic uncovered just how many Americans are gig workers/independent contractors and likely realized they weren’t getting their “fair share” so they did something about it. 

As of January 1, 2022, users of online payment apps/sites like PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, and Cash App need to be aware that the threshold of reporting transactions to the I. R. & S 😚 has been greatly reduced. 

Prior to the passing of this provision, freelancers and independent contractors were expected to use the honor system (especially for lower dollar amount transactions) and report income for goods and services over $600. 

Online payment sites would only report larger transactions (think $20,000+) according to my accountant friends.

Now, these same payment sites will report any transactions over $600 DIRECTLY to the IRS (aww, they’re so sweet 😏)

What does that mean for you?

Not much if you’re not running a business or you don’t receive excessive transactions via these apps. 

HOWEVER, if you have been running a business and accidentally- on- purpose have not been reporting this income, your tax situation/bill may look a little different in 2023. 

This brings me to my next point.

While this new rule should only apply to COMMERCIAL transactions (you’re still good to send your best friend money for your portion of the girl’s trip), let’s chat about a hypothetical situation.

Some of you may be receiving your child support payments (or considering receiving) via these same providers. 

2 important things to consider:

  1. If the amount is typically over $600 and happens on a regular basis (bi-weekly or monthly) there is a slight chance that a payment provider may think it’s a business-related transaction and think you should be taxed. Of course, you don’t want that, so you whip out your Court Order to show that it’s not a commercial transaction (See Point #2 expeditiously)
  2. It is a violation of the Zelle user agreement to use the “service to send money to anyone to whom you are obligated for payments made pursuant to court orders (including court-ordered amounts for alimony or child support”)

I’m hoping you catch my drift and plan accordingly. I wouldn’t want anyone to get in unnecessary trouble. Be careful, my friend, “the streets are watching” 😉  Child support is non-taxable income. I just want to make sure it stays that way for you. 

 

 

 
Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director

 

Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

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