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.
In this blog series, we have been examining the things that “THEY” have taught us over the years as truth. Today, we are going to look at some of the things that “THEY” have taught us about real estate.
Is the customer still always right? Let’s look at how this “truth” can hurt or help businesses.
In any retirement plan three of the main components are lifestyle readiness, investment performance, and debt strategy. If any one of these things are off track, it can have a significant influence on your retirement plan; or at least, your perception of your retirement plan. So, join Nick Pagano this week as he discuss possible ways to strengthen your financial plan, allowing you to sleep more soundly.
This week, Nick Pagano discusses two different ends of the housing spectrum: purchasing and foreclosure. While these two situations tend to evoke very different reactions, they are both deeply emotional. Check out Nick's latest blog for tips to stay level-headed in these circumstances.
It is truly a wonderful time to be alive here in Michigan – grass is green, plants are budding, and the chirping of birds can be heard in the air. We all know what season brings all of this hope and joy – tax season! While owing someone else money is typically not enjoyable, check out Chad’s latest blog to discover a vehicle that may help with this burden!
This week, Nick Pagano continues his downsizing journey and dives into the thought process behind the next step – finding a new place to live.
Join us this week as we look at the billions of dollars Goldman Sachs will have to provide in homeowner relief to clients and how millennials are turning the tradition of annual performance reviews on its head.
In previous blogs, Nick Pagano has discussed the opportunities and challenges one might face when looking to downsize their house – whether in retirement or when the kids move out. Now, Nick and his wife are in the midst of the process themselves and have a few thoughts and tips that may help you when your time comes.