Avoiding Money Mistakes

Time and time again we hear that finance and money are stressful. Financial conversations are uncomfortable and intimidating, and most individuals want nothing to do with them. Truthfully, not facing these conversations or taking the time to understand the financial ramifications can cause more stress than just having the conversations in the first place. Without […]

Let’s Move in Together: The Financial Decisions of Living Together

Financial discussions, alone, can be intimidating and uncomfortable. Not to mention they often require a level of intimacy that many aren’t capable of giving. Your financial situation is a closed relationship, a particular plan, a special bond that you’ve built. It’s something that most find difficult sharing or discussing with others. This challenge can easily […]

Living in Retirement

Take a minute to close your eyes and envision what retirement looks like to you. For most, the ideal “retired life” includes traveling around the world, free time to check off bucket list items, no work and no worries. Financial planning is the main reason most people can’t make this dream a reality. Truth is, […]

Managing Your Debt

We’ve all been in that situation when we want an item so badly that we actually neglect the price of that item. Our wants can often cloud our judgment, making it easy to lose sight of our needs, especially our financial needs. Other times, though, our wants are so important, like the want to further […]

Retirement: What’s the 411?

You’ve heard it many times – how crucial it is to save for the future and set up financing for retirement. Contributing money to a retirement account is one of the most productive uses of your income. Many individuals are even contributing to more than one type of retirement account. From IRAs to Health Savings, […]

Engaging the Millennial Generation

The millennial generation is a hot topic in almost every conversation, especially ones involving finances. Millennials are analyzed on how they respond to certain situations; how they scrutinize certain outcomes, how they are disrupting the traditional workforce and the behavioral trends associated with each decision they make. This generation (born roughly between the 1980s and […]