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Maureen Crimmins is co-founder of Crimmins Wealth Management and a fee-only independent financial advisor. Have a financial question? ASK MAUREEN
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Top 100 Most Social Financial Advisors in the United States

We are proud to announce that Dan Crimmins of Crimmins Wealth Management have been again named among BrightScope’s Top 100 Most Social Financial Advisors in the United States. The list recognizes the top advisors with significant online influence.  Dan is one of seven New Jersey based advisors named and is listed at #85 nationwide. The […]

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How to Contribute to Your Grandchild's Financial Future

How to Contribute to Your Grandchild’s Financial Future

Maureen’s article in this quarter’s edition of Autumn Year’s is now available. She addresses three key strategies for contributing to your grandchild’s financial future.  The right choice depends on how much you intend to give, as well as on your grandchild’s stage of life and the goal of the financial gift. This Bergen Country NJ […]

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"Inside Out" and Your Emotional Investing

“Inside Out” and Your Emotional Investing

The new movie from Pixar “Inside Out” is a wonderful film for all ages.  The story line focuses on the many emotions that play a part in one’s life. The story focuses on the turmoil of growing up for 11 year old Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a […]

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Celebrate Your Financial Achievements

Everybody loves to celebrate a milestone, whether it is a big birthday, a wedding or a graduation.  The emotions of the day are joyous and the ability to relish the wonderful moment is shared by many. This summer had a number of celebrations for our family.  A new beginning for our oldest daughter as she […]

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September – A Great Time to Organize Your Finances

I always loved the beginning of the new school year.  It is a time to start new….new clothes, new sneakers, new books and new classes.  If you have children, then you know that the push is on to get everyone settled for the new school year. It seems to be more of a beginning than […]

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Use a Guide in the Investment Jungle

We often help our clients through an array of situations that involve uncertainty resulting in fear.  They are aware that there are risks that could foil their success in achieving all that they want for themselves, their families, and their communities at large. However, most of the uncertainty is highlighted in two different risks that […]

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Learn Pros, Cons of Using a Financial Advisor for College Savings

Recently, Maureen Crimmins was interviewed by Deborah Ziff who is a Chicago area-based freelance education reporter for U.S. News, covering college saving and 529 plans.  Maureen discusses how we help our clients save for their children and grandchildren’s educational needs. Click on the link below to read her interview. Learn Pros, Cons of Using an Advisor for College […]

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A Hard Lesson on Spending

A recent USA Today article discussed the story of a 22-year-old junior college student who was in the fortunate position of having her grandparents save $90,000 for her college needs.  Imagine the hard work required to save this sum for her benefit. Well, it appears that the student decided to spend the college fund on a trip […]

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Teaching Your Child about Money

We all strive to provide the best for our children.  We hope that they enjoy everything that life has to offer and grow up to lead happy, productive lives.  One aspect of life that can help having a happy life is being prepared to manage your finances.  And what better way to  prepare your child […]

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Chopped and Successful Investing

I am addicted to watching the Food Network and at all times of the day it is quite likely that my television will be turned onto this channel. One of my favorite shows is Chopped. The concept is simple. Four trained chefs or cooks compete to turn a “basket” of chosen food into a delicious Chopped meal. […]

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