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John Florio, MBA

Born and raised in Queens, New York, John Florio saw first-hand the implications of poverty and economic disenfranchisement from an...
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James Bush, MBA

Jamie has an MBA from Rutgers University and a Professional Certificate in Real Estate Finance, Investment and Development from NYU....
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Robert Chapman, CPA/PFS

Robert Chapman is the founder of Compass Wealth, LLC, with over 20 years of financial services experience as a Personal...
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Justine Devito Tenney, CPA/PFS

justine DeVito Tenney, CPA/PFS, CFP, MBA, is a partner with WeiserMazars LLP, specializing in providing audit, tax, and consulting services...
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Choosing a Business Structure- A Quick Reference Guide

November 27, 2017

When starting a business, it’s likely that you will consider and possibly choose to set...
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Financial Technology and How It's Changing the Way We Bank

October 12, 2017

Not surprisingly, many people do all or most of their banking online. But many others...
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The “Downfall” of the Mall: What it Really Means to Consumers and Communities

September 13, 2017

Numerous sources (many of them reliable) say that the U.S. consumer should expect a decline...
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How to Earn More Money: Why Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Matter

August 03, 2017

John was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1924, the middle child in a house...
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Personal Loans: Options, What to Look For, and What to Avoid

July 06, 2017

While not the first option to turn to, personal loans have become readily available and...
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3 Small Business Ideas You May Not Have Thought About

June 14, 2017

When you think about someone starting a business, certain kinds of products and services probably...
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By the Numbers: Why Buying a Small Multi-Family Property May Be the Right Move for You

April 04, 2017

While many people see themselves as aspiring business owners and entrepreneurs, many others start business...
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Affordable Housing: A Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry Where Investment Property Serves A Community Purpose

March 28, 2017

The shortage of affordable apartments and homes is a challenge for people of all income...
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The One Thing You Must Do to Build Wealth

July 27, 2016

When you research the most common thing that millionaires do to build wealth there are...
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Is House Flipping Really that Simple?

March 29, 2016

In recent years house flipping has become incredibly popular, with countless reality TV shows all...
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Global Economics and the American Middle Class

March 15, 2016

In his book, "The Post-American World," Fareed Zakaria assures his readers that today's problems are...
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Is poor financial literacy the cause of our failing middle class?

March 10, 2016

Most Americans are struggling financially. Over 75 percent live paycheck to paycheck without an adequate...
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Why are Employees Saying No to Free Money?

February 29, 2016

Did the above title get your attention? If not, then you should take note anyway...
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Is Credit Repair a Real Thing?

February 09, 2016

If you've fallen on financial hard times, you may find your mailbox flooded with advertisements...
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How Fluctuations in Income Can Affect Your Personal Financial Well-Being: A Review of Research by The Pew Charitable Trusts

May 12, 2017

We know that hard financial times and issues like credit card debt can add stress to our lives. Now, new research shows that even good times may be stressful for...
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Millennials & Financial Literacy - The Struggle with Personal Finance

July 21, 2016

January 2016, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) and George Washington University Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) An Overview by: TheMoneyShelf.com, Finance Expert-John Florio, MBA Is sounding the alarm really necessary? With...
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Reaching for the Future: Creative Finance for Smaller Communities

June 01, 2016

Report: April 2016, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Community revitalization: What’s the big deal? Whether you live in a large city or small town, there are people working to ensure that...
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