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Organize your Bill Paying to Avoid Stress and Worry
Budgeting / Financial Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Organize your Bill Paying to Avoid Stress and Worry

Bills can create headaches and cause stress for all of us.  They all seem to come due at the same time, and there never seems to be enough money to make ends meet. Factor in the time involves writing checks, addressing envelopes and hunting down postage stamps, and it’s a […]

Do You Have A Financial Safety Net? (And How To Build One)
Budgeting / Financial Planning / Money Saving Tips / Wealth & Prosperity

Do You Have A Financial Safety Net? (And How To Build One)

Do you have a financial safety net? It’s something worth thinking about and setting up. What will happen to you and your loved ones if you lose your job for a few months? What if you get into an accident that may prevent you from earning a living? Or what […]

Your Will Is The Center Of Estate Planning
Financial News / Financial Planning / Retirement Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

Your Will Is The Center Of Estate Planning

  An estate plan is a legal system for the disbursement of your property upon your death. It recognizes your wishes, such as those regarding the care of minors, and it can legally minimize any taxes you and/or your heirs might pay. It can take into account your views regarding future medical […]

Why a Financial Advisor?
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Why a Financial Advisor?

Many people will readily and admittedly seek the services of legal professionals, medical professionals, tax professionals, even domestic professionals but when it comes to financial planning, they rarely seek the assistance of financial professionals. Perhaps it’s the result of our grand parents generation and a fundamental lack of trust when […]

3 Strategies To Increase The Value Of Your Financial Legacy
Financial Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

3 Strategies To Increase The Value Of Your Financial Legacy

After a lifetime of accumulating money, it’s common to start thinking about your legacy and what you want to leave to your children, grandchildren or a favorite charitable cause. But despite the dollar signs you see on your investment and bank accounts, there’s no guarantee your loved ones or your […]