Jun 3, 2021
Today, we’re focusing on financial decisions people made in the past that they regret. One of the biggest mistakes people regret is that they start living up to the amount of money that they made. It’s known as lifestyle creep. As your income increases, you spend more instead of saving more.
You need to ask...
Mar 25, 2021
Where should you invest your money? That’s question is usually near the top of any person’s list when they sit down with an advisor.
The answer, as you might imagine, isn’t straight-forward. At least it shouldn’t be if you’re building a plan that’s tailored to your retirement goals. Every investment...
Feb 25, 2021
Do you avoid money, or do you worship it? The way you approach finances and retirement can be telling.
If you prefer to avoid money conversations, decisions or planning, it’s best to recognize that you feel that way and try to work around it, through it or with it instead of trying to battle it.
Jan 29, 2021
In the U.S., income exploded last year. It was the best year for income in American history by far, but I’m not discounting Americans who lost their business. Also, debt affordability has never been better in modern history. Americans still hold a lot of debt, but a big question is can you afford the debt.
Jan 15, 2021
You’ve heard the old expression about putting your money to work for you, but what job are you going to give it? There are many different ways to invest and save your money but you have to know what results you’re trying to achieve.
When you think about your finances, ask yourself what does money represent and what...