Disability Insurance and You

Disability Insurance and You Many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck — a staggering 78 percent of us, according to a recent study by Career Builder. That creates a very delicate financial situation that could be thrown off kilter by an accident, unexpected illness, or a big family emergency. It’s not something anyone wants to […]

Read More…

Get Back on Financial Track

Five financial fixes you can do today. Financial planning is about creating a roadmap customized for you. While there may be specific reasons why you should borrow versus pay cash or lease instead of buy, these five fixes apply to everyone.  Organize your financial documents. Create a binder or file your documents for easy access.  […]

Read More…

All About That Credit: Your Credit Report

All About That Credit is a 4-part series about establishing, improving and maintaining good credit. Credit is a complex topic, and while I hope this series will be informative, I welcome questions specific to your particular situation. Part 3: Your Credit Report Scenario: You decide you are going to purchase a car. You have had your eye […]

Read More…

All About that Credit: Respecting your Credit Card

All About That Credit is a 4-part series about establishing, improving and maintaining good credit. Credit is a complex topic, and while I hope this series will be informative, I welcome questions specific to your particular situation. Part 1: Respecting your Credit Card I’ll be honest – I love my credit card, and here’s why: It generates […]

Read More…

Why Financial Planning is for Everyone.

Being wealthy is not a criteria. All too often I talk with young professionals who tell me they would love to do some financial planning once they payoff their debt or have some savings built up. Despite the common misconception, being debt free or wealthy is not a prerequisite for Financial Planning. Financial Planning is […]

Read More…