It is difficult to put into words how I feel about the passing of my good friend and colleague, Charles Blossom. Chuck was more than the Founder and President of […]

  Today, it’s almost a given. You need some kind of higher education to even be considered for many jobs. But are we setting an artificially high bar? And does […]

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 […]

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 […]

In some Native American tribes, it is advised that every person should consider how the next seven generations will be impacted by their decisions. What ripple (good or bad) might […]