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.
Before purchasing your first home, it is important to honestly answer frank questions about your income, debt, and emotional readiness.
The “zombie apocalypse” isn’t real but your financial well-being during a downturn certainly is. Be prepared for the inevitable with savings and a plan.
Each year, I trek over to Sandwich to see my primary care, Dr. Hannah, for a routine visit. After we have a few laughs and solve all the worlds political issues, he checks my blood pressure, weight, cholesterol, and he makes sure my heart’s still ticking. But then life gets busy and I find myself […]
As most Cutter Family Finance followers know, I like to read. So, while on vacation last week, I was reading over some statistics that really gave me pause. Get this, only 28% of Americans – about 70 million people – are “financially healthy,” spending and saving responsibly, according to the Center for Financial Services Innovation […]
Wendy and Mark, a couple in their fifties from Plymouth, came to see Jen and me a few weeks ago. Both are still working, but the runway to retirement is shrinking, and they wanted better control over their financial lives. Wendy is a media strategist for a large Boston firm, and Mark manages a luxury […]
Jen and I were asked a few months back to develop a financial educational radio show on WXTK 95. The show airs at 5PM every Saturday and has become quite popular both here on the Cape and in Southeastern Massachusetts. So, this week I would like to spend our time together discussing what became a […]
Debt is a fact of life. Don’t let it derail your retirement plans – have a strategy to manage and reduce debt. These tips can help.