Recent Blogs

Numbers Game

It’s all a Numbers Game

November 26, 2020

How confident are you that you’ll reach the number you need for a comfortable retirement?

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Millennials and money

Millennials and Money: What Works

November 19, 2020

It can be difficult for Millennials to make and save money, but sticking to a budget and saving for tomorrow is possible with some careful planning.

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College and Credit

College Years and Credit

November 13, 2020

Have a frank conversation with your kids about the effect their credit scores will have on their lives.

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Thoughts On Being A First Time Homebuyer

November 6, 2020

Before purchasing your first home, it is important to honestly answer frank questions about your income, debt, and emotional readiness.

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Retirement Crisis

The Growing American Retirement Crisis

October 30, 2020

Retirement used to be something to dream about. But these days it can be bewildering and scary. Plan for a secure and happy retirement with a sound financial system.

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Teenage girl with cash

Teenagers and the Economy

October 23, 2020

Teenagers’ relationship with money has changed during these uncertain times, just as with everything else.

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In Kind or Cash Transfer

In Kind or Cash Transfer: Just Follow the Process

October 16, 2020

Changing brokerage accounts doesn’t need to be a hassle if you understand how In-Kind and Cash Transfers work.

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Roth Conversion

The Roth IRA Conversion: Is It the Right Move for You?

October 9, 2020

Roth IRA conversions seems to be appropriate for many investors right now. Make sure you understand the ramifications before going ahead.

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Ever Changing World

The Ever-Changing Economic World

October 2, 2020

More Americans than ever are saving during these uncertain times. Make sure your savings work for you in retirement with a sound investment plan.

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California Dreamin

California (Bad) Dreamin’: The Wealth

September 25, 2020

The idea of a wealth tax is politically convenient for some, but history has shown that it doesn’t work.

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