Building a College Fund

According to Sallie Mae, U.S. families with one or more college students spent an average of $24,164 on tuition, housing, and linked expenses in 2015. That was 16% more than in 2014.
  • Financial New Year's Resolutions

Making (and Keeping) Financial New Year’s Resolutions

How will your money habits change in 2017? What decisions or behaviors might help your personal finances, your retirement prospects, or your net worth?
By |January 17th, 2017|Finances, Financial Article, Live Invested|

Could You Improve Your Personal Finances Today?

In life, there are times when simple decisions can have a profound impact. The same holds true when it comes to personal finance.
By |January 12th, 2017|Finances, Financial Article|
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The Difference Between Good & Bad Debt

Some debts are worth assuming, but others exert a drag on retirement saving.

Who will retire with substantial debt? It seems many baby boomers will – too many. In a 2014 Employee Benefit Research Institute survey, 44% of boomers reported that they were concerned about the size of their household debt. While many are carrying mortgages, […]

By |April 30th, 2015|Financial Article|
  • What do you do with big money?

When a Windfall Comes Your Way

What do you do with big money?
A first-world problem, and nothing more? Not quite. Getting rich quick can be liberating, but it can also be frustrating. Sudden wealth can help you resolve anxieties about funding your retirement or your children’s college educations, and newfound financial freedom can lead to time freedom – greater opportunity to […]

By |June 20th, 2014|Financial Article|
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