Is your cash flow flowing?

Seventy-eight percent of full time workers say they live paycheck-to-paycheck. One of the biggest concerns I hear expressed by my clients is the fear of running out of money between paychecks. No matter your income level, this cash flow squeeze is also often the cause of rising credit card debt or falling behind on utility […]

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Your Finances in Divorce

If you are contemplating divorce, it is important to understand the process. Separating is stressful, but this can be minimized if you know what’s coming. There are professionals who can help guide you, ease the process, and protect your interests. The most important thing to know is that you are not alone. In my work […]

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Preparing for your baby: A few financial tips

You finally feel like you’ve gotten ahead: You earn a steady income, have paid down a majority of your student loan debt, and enjoy being a first time homeowner. Now comes one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make: having a baby. Raising a child is one of life’s biggest adventures. As with most things, […]

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Can You Have Fun While Paying off Debt?

Having debt can be paralyzing. I know from experience. One day you are living your life and having fun, and the next you wake up with a pile of credit card or student loan statements. The interest rates and balances are nauseating. You might feel like you can never go to brunch again, let alone […]

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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.  […]

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