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A Sad and Strange Tale: The Heiress’ Will

Melissa’s been reading “Empty Mansions: The Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune” by Bill Dedman and Paul Clark Newell Jr.  She turned me on to the strange, sad tale of a fabulously wealth … Continue reading

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Book Club for “Women’s Worth”

Last night Conger Wealth Management hosted a book club at our office.  The book we read was “Women’s Worth” by Eleanor Blayney CFP®.  The discussion was fabulous, ranging from money attitudes and habits that are developed in youth to how … Continue reading

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When Is Homeownership Like Playing In The Road?

So, I skimmed “The Single Woman’s Guide To Real Estate” by Donna Raskin this weekend, because, hey, I’m a single woman, and I’m interested in real estate.  Funny thing, though; the book was written in 2006.  Do you know what … Continue reading

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Living Large by Sarah Z. Wexler

It seems that, from time to time, I run in to a certain kind of book.  It’s a book that reads like it was created to get the author paid.  “Living Large” reads like that type of book. A series … Continue reading

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