You know you need to make a plan with your money – but when? The signs may well sit right in front of you, from your paycheck to your debt, to your willingness to ask for professional help. If you haven’t started a financial plan, you’re not alone. A recent…
Attorneys say that if both you and your ex-spouse came out of your divorce thinking you gave up a lot, your settlement was probably fair. Maybe, but often your settlement’s full results appear clearly only after you live with them for a while. Here are five divorce settlement pitfalls to…
If you are offered an early retirement package from your employer, numbers should not be the only factor in your decision to accept or decline. A detailed assessment with your financial professional will be vital to determining the optimal course of action.
A look at when to teach your kids to start saving money, including saving for retirement early to garner big gains.
Divorce is never easy, and it’s certainly not easy when talking about splitting assets and planning for the future. So, how do you protect your assets while going through this difficult time?
This week we are exploring the return on investment of our children, the fantastic world of Bitcoin, and the unlikely link between brain damage and successful investing.
There are a lot of lies we hear that leave us confused about how to best handle our money, but it turns out someone else is telling us more lies that can hurt us, ourselves.
What else have “THEY” told us that is just irresponsible thinking? In this blog we reflect upon the common saying, “It is what it is.”
Is ignorance really bliss? Let’s explore more of the common sayings that are meant to enlighten us, but just leave us scratching our heads.
The ins and outs of restricted stock grants and what you should know about how to best handle them for maximum output.