In America, we are raised on short-term thinking. All our lives, we’ve been told to buy now, satisfy our cravings, or to take advantage of a “limited time offer.” We […]

It’s a seller’s market. If you pay any attention to the real estate industry, you’ll know that most areas in the nation are favoring home sellers, rather than buyers, at […]

As of the writing of this blog post, the stock market is on an upward trajectory. It’s been robust lately and has seen some all-time highs this year (but to […]

My last post addressed the dangers of pulling from your retirement fund before reaching the prescribed retirement age (typically 59 ½). In short, withdrawing from a 401(k) can be a […]

Not much causes my heart to race like when one of my clients asks me about pulling money from their retirement fund. Even though it seems like a simple endeavor […]

Life happens. Unexpected incidents, whether good or bad, can arise at any time and put our finances to the test. Maybe your company is struggling and you get laid off. […]

It’s tax season. For some folks, that means a significant refund is heading their way. When we find ourselves with a little extra cash on hand, it’s tempting to spend […]

Unfortunately, many people seek guidance from a financial planner when they are struck by a crisis. Maybe their home has been damaged by a storm or they just accumulated some […]

In my last blog post, I focused on looking at restructuring your finances as an opportunity instead of a burden. This week, I’m going to discuss a very important first […]

For the past few blog posts, I’ve discussed the concept of Self-Wealth and how to achieve it through financial security, purpose, and hope. But, what happens once you’ve arrived? If […]