Do you have enough insurance?

May 25th, 2018

After my first post about insurance and its importance, I decided that I would do a follow up post. I might not be alone by wondering just how much insurance do we really need? Insurance -Health Most doctors and health facilities accept health cards.  They provide consumers with the opportunity to pay less out of [...]

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Are you ready to get a loan?

May 21st, 2018

What if you realize that your funds are simply not enough to meet your current needs? You might need to purchase a home, a car, pay off medical or school bills and you need the funds now not years later.   In that case is a loan right for you? Loans – They are everywhere! I [...]

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Would you ‘rent’/credit furniture and appliances?

May 18th, 2018

I recently visited a friend’s home who had just moved into her new apartment. She described the difficulty that she faced when trying to find furniture and appliances that she could afford to furnish her home. The cost for a gas burner ignition range from $60, 000 -$200, 000. depending on the brand and size [...]

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Why should we buy Jamaican?

May 16th, 2018

It is not often that the word ‘local’ gets so much positive feedback, especially when it is attached to a label on a product. However the word reveals that the item being sold was produced locally and that is good news. Why do we need to import goods? I have always wondered why the items [...]

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Why can’t we recycle more?

May 15th, 2018

My daughter recently got an assignment that required her to make an item that could be used out of material that would normally been discarded. It was an interesting assignment and she had a lot of fun deciding on what to make and which materials to use. I started thinking why don’t we all try [...]

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Planning for your retirement!

May 13th, 2018

If you are like me you suddenly realized that you are not getting any younger.  When I was younger growing older seemed very attractive but then of course everything changed when I actually started to age. Not that growing older doesn’t come with it’s own perks as I have certainly matured and my perspective on [...]

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