It's hard to believe that Thanksgiving 2021 is already here and the holiday season has officially begun. Last year's Thanksgiving seems a bit like a blur but we are finally starting to feel more normal and able to enjoy celebrating with all of those around us! Every year at this time, I think … [Read more...] about Happy Thanksgiving 2021!
This guest post is written by Dave Goetsch, Executive Producer of the CBS comedy “United States of Al.” He previously served as Executive Producer of “The Big Bang Theory” and as a writer on "3rd Rock from the Sun.” During the stock market decline at the beginning of the pandemic, Dave hosted a … [Read more...] about The Surprising Dividends of Transformed Investing by Dave Goetsch
November 7, 2021 is the official date for Daylight Saving Time. The time has come to move the clocks one hour back. And I think everyone could use an extra hour of sleep. Although this means mornings will be lighter and evenings shorter. With the change of the clocks, the customary … [Read more...] about Check This When Changing Your Clocks for Daylight Saving Time
The cost of a college education is so high these days that few families can send their children to school without student aid. But filing is not easy. These seven tips should help. There are hundreds of scholarships, grants and student loan programs to help lighten the load, and most require you … [Read more...] about Parents of High School Seniors – 7 FAFSA Student Aid Filing Tips
Investors should start young to take advantage of compounding, automate their investment process and don't worry about market volatility. Be disciplined and that will pay off in the long term. … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Essential Tips for Young Investors
A financial advisor’s job is like a detective’s. We probe to see whether your financial assumptions are correct. We want to find the truth beneath the assumptions and document clutter. Sometimes, our digging uncovers dangerous imbalances in your financial picture. Once we discover these errors, … [Read more...] about Think of Advisors as Money Detectives