2019: New Year, new you? How about this instead? 2019: New Year, new home! That has a nice ring to it! Many people dream of owning a home one day, and that dream can become a reality for anyone by taking the rights steps.Read More
If you’re a baby boomer woman and you feel like you’re behind in your retirement savings, you are not alone. According to The Allianz Women, Money and Power Study (2007), 62% of women wish they had done more to prepare for their retirement. More than half (55%) wish they had saved more money and had started saving sooner.Read More
The media, newspapers and internet are full of incorrect information regarding Credit. One of the things that I want to make available to you and your family and friends, there are certain facts about credit that will affect consumers and any financial decision that you have made or about to make.Read More
“A goal is a dream with a deadline,” stated author Napoleon Hill. The new year provides motivation for setting goals. New Year’s is a time to evaluate where you are on many levels. Resolutions are a firm decision to do or not do something. Many New Year’s resolutions involve money and personal finances.Read More
Updating your beneficiary forms is one of those ‘important but not urgent’ personal finance To Do’s. Which means it can get put off until it’s too late.
When was the last time you spoke to your advisor about updating your beneficiary forms?Read More
After falling deeply into this massive financial rock bottom, riddled with an incredible amount of shame, I eventually learned about resiliency, and just how dedicated I could be when my back was against a wall.Read More
Acting almost like an aphrodisiac, many of us think money has the ability to bring us great love and happiness. It’s true that it is acting like a magnet, just not in the way we may think. Money has an uncanny way of reflecting the struggles we have within ourselves and cause us to project those struggles into our experiences with money and into our relationships.Read More