Just as once a year you spring-clean your home by pulling out the ladder and dusting ornamental treasures on the highest display shelves, once a year, there are certain steps you must take to protect yourself financially.
In this week’s webcast, we talked about the issue of declining home ownership, why buying a home might be beneficial to you, how much home you can afford, and how to refinance your home to get the best bang for your buck.
In this week’s webcast, we’re unpacking the difficult, widespread issue of credit card debt. We share a few tips and personal anecdotes to help you pay down your debt and get on the right track for financial success.
Tonight we talk about the challenges that college graduates face especially as they try to manage student debt while also getting their savings started.
Women on average have $25,000 in investments for their retirement, while men have $37,000 on average for retirement. Neither number is enough. The good news is, for most people, there’s a way to make it work, with the right amount of planning.
Student loan debt might feel hopeless but there is a way forward, and here’s the key.
I’m thinking of one client, Stephanie, who is 49 years old. Her husband had been unemployed for 18 months. Happily, he had just gotten a job, and they were excited for him to get started working again. But during that 18 month period, expenses had severely tapped their savings.