In 2004, the U.S. Senate designated April as financial literacy month (I know, I'm a little late!). The President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy defines personal financial literacy as "the ability to use knowledge and skills...Read More
Staying current on everything you need to know about wealth management, financial planning, retirement planning, tax laws, and insurance regulations can be daunting to say the least. We want to make complex topics simpler and help you understand important financial topics that you need to know. Our blog is designed with you in mind and to do just that. We're committed to helping you pursue your life goals and guide your financial journey.
With Spring finally here, it's time to take a couple of hours to review how your place survived the winter. Below is a partial checklist to help with the process: Outside Home ☐ Inspect roof for shingles that are missing, curled up at...Read More
While many people view estate planning through the narrow lens of death and taxes, estate planning is really about the living. As part of a comprehensive financial plan, an estate plan helps you manage your business and personal...Read More
It’s easy to assume that your expenses will drop off dramatically in retirement once you’re no longer raising children, managing a full household, or carrying work-related costs for transportation, clothing, lunches, etc....Read More
An important factor in determining how well you age is how active you are, according to the Mayo Clinic. The world renowned not-for-profit institution recommends 150 minutes of moderate intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity per...Read More