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The Buzz Around Bitcoin

Bitcoin may be simultaneously the most transparent and the most opaque monetary system in existence. Non-computer-inclined people may think of bitcoin as a relatively confusing up-and-coming digital currency. Despite its complexity, though, interest in bitcoin has only increased as the media continues to cover its price fluctuations and potential...

Posted on January 8, 2018

AFS Compliance and the Council on Accreditation

American Financial Solutions is preparing to undergo re-accreditation review by the Council on Accreditation (COA). COA is a national organization that sets standards for quality service and sends teams of experienced professionals to visit our organization to ensure we are meeting the highest standards. Part of the reaccreditation process includes...

Posted on December 7, 2017

Four Must-Read Personal Finance Books

When it comes to reading books about finance, most people feel their eyes glossing over and their heads nodding off. Even if you do manage to plow through the first 10 pages of a dense financial saga, an unending wall of monetary mumbo jumbo can easily discourage you from...

Posted on December 6, 2017

Set Yourself Up for Early Retirement

Posted on December 6, 2017

Tips for Managing Spending

Managing spending and keeping up with your budget can be difficult tasks, but there are ways to make it easier to manage your spending, reach your financial goals and improve your financial well-being.

Posted on November 28, 2017

Invest Big Like Warren Buffett

Posted on December 6, 2017

Take Control of Your Finances with Free Financial Classes

If you are currently in debt or struggling with your finances, you are not alone. As of 2017, it is estimated that 73 percent of Americans will have a significant amount of debt when they pass away – over 60 thousand dollars-worth, on average.1 In addition, US consumer debt...

Posted on December 6, 2017

Are You and Your Future Spouse on the Same Page About Finances?

The most stereotypical, pre-marriage conversation that can make or break a relationship is generally about children. A conversation many couples unfortunately neglect is one regarding financial goals, which is too bad considering money can be one of the most contentious aspects of marriage. A study performed by Utah State University found couples who argued about finances at least once a week were more than 30 percent more likely to divorce.1 Their survey examined a variety of indicators to determine which aspects of marital discord were the most reliable forecaster for divorce. Of all the potential disputes analyzed–ranging from sex and quality time spent together to in-laws and household chores–disagreements about finances turned out to be the most accurate signal that divorce was a likely outcome.

Posted on October 24, 2017

Where Should My Extra Money Go

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Posted on October 24, 2017