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Your Emergency Fund: How Much Is Enough? September 10, 2020

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April is National Credit Union Youth Month! April 24, 2020

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What You Should Know About the Stimulus Checks April 2, 2020

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Talking Finances with your Adult Children

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Talking Finances with your Adult Children Many of my clients have asked for helpful tips they can share with their adult children on managing finances, estate planning, and particularly, what they need to know as beneficiaries. I know these conversations can be difficult to initiate, both for parents and children, and want to provide you […]

Six things to help you remain on track toward your financial goals

Have you determined what you want your money to achieve for you and your family over the course of your lifetime? That begins with determining what financial well-being means to you, establishing specific goals and maintaining a clear picture of where you are at any given time along the path toward your goals. Below are […]

Tackling Tuition

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  As an involved parent, you are committed to providing your children with the finest education possible. The best way to help ensure that you will be able to afford the ever-increasing cost of college tuition is to start investing toward college savings today. I can help you understand your investment options and how starting […]

Saving? Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That

In last week’s blog, I told you about my money-savvy friend who tells me how to make millions, and how I have a bit of a hard time getting started. Well, the first hurdle was hurdled last week – it’s not too good to be true as we saw with an example of the power of compounding interest.  In this week’s edition, I am going to […]