Teach your kids money lessons early, so they can grow up to be successful independent adults. Financial independence is a huge part of a successful life. Your kids need to know how to save, spend and invest money for the future. Our most important lessons are gained through experience so here are some lessons and […]
How can Baby Boomers pay off debts and remain debt-free forever? This is a guest post by Patricia Sanders Being debt-free is just a dream for many Baby Boomers. Due to the financial crisis in 2008, many people who are now at their retirement age have no savings. Some people have already crossed their retirement […]
Your paycheck is the ticket to growing your net worth. One paycheck may seem small but taken together, over your career, you’ll make over a million dollars. The key is how you use that paycheck. Are you on track for retirement? Spoiler alert: Chances are if you are unsure if your future retirement is […]
Setting the bar too high when it comes to financial goals can actually have a negative impact on your net worth. Try the opposite. Skip the money stress and make a series of tiny but powerful changes in your finances. Grow your net worth.
Late starters to retirement planning have to do things differently to “catch-up.” Hacking your Health Savings Account (HSA) is one way to do just that. The basics: Here’s how it works: First, pair your high-deductible medical plan with a special account called a Health Savings Account (HSA.) This savings account is intended for you […]
What would you do with 5 extra hours a week? Find an extra hour every weekday by increasing your productivity. Guess what? Now you have time to organize your finances! My suggestion is to use one of those extra hours for a money power hour. Our lives are complex and technology contributes to […]
How to drastically reduce your expenses in retirement by dramatically improving your health now. You can save upwards of $280K so your money can go further in retirement.
Estate planning can be complicated but it doesn’t have to be. One simple thing to do is avoid the easy mistakes. This financial planner avoided a big one.