Financial Planning

Financial Care for Special Needs Adult Children

Caring for adult special-needs children requires constant research and attention. As parents age, continuing care for older children may be a challenge. As we age more focus on personal health takes precedence. Caring for adult special-needs children may become more...

Want to Save More? Get Out of Your Own Way

Watching a friend run a marathon recently I was struck by the lack of outward competition. The runners seemed more determined to accomplish personal goals than on overtaking one another. There are of course those at the head of the pack competing for the win, yet the...

Simple Steps to Get Out of Debt

Debt can be stressful for anyone. Things happen each day which can change employment, financial, and living status. In other cases, spending habits, medical care, and family create additional stressors. Loans and other financial obligations will have to be met...

Straightforward Steps to Living Well

Retiring with sufficient money for living well is possible. Planning early and making the right decisions can create wealth. There is more to retirement planning than investing in the stock market. Deliberate decisions made early boost savings potential. Daily...

Teach Your Kids Financial Literacy!

For better or worse, kids copy their parents. In fact, they are more likely to “do as you do”, rather than “do as you say”. This can be good, or it can be eye-opening to bad personal behavior. Kids imitate more than mannerisms. What kids learn today will affect their...

When You Should Work With a Financial Planner

Americans are stressed about debt. According to the American Psychological Organization, 72% of Americans worry about debt. Only about 18% think that they have enough money saved to last through retirement. Still, when it comes to their financial future, many people...

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