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Avoid These “Stupid” Money Mistakes

“Save more, spend less, and don’t do anything stupid.” According to the late Dick Wagner, CFP, this sentence summed up financial planning. Simplistic? Certainly. But it also contains a great deal of truth.

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Reminder – Workshop: Money Skills | 21st Century’s Survival Skills

Wednesday, February 13th 12:00pm-1:00pm Rapid City Public Library – Downtown Community Room Save more, spend less and don’t do anything stupid. Good financial planning can be summed up in one sentence, but for many Americans, putting that sentence into action is incredibly difficult. Rick Kahler provides a time-tested method of cash flow management, showing you […]

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Lost or Damaged Luggage? File a Claim.

Lost luggage, apparently, is like the weather: everyone complains about it, but nobody does anything. Like many frequent travelers, I’ve learned never to check luggage unless it’s completely unavoidable. If you do check bags, what do you do if your luggage shows up damaged at baggage claim or doesn’t show up at all?

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Workshop: Money Skills | 21st Century’s Survival Skills

Wednesday, February 13th 12:00pm-1:00pm Rapid City Public Library – Downtown Community Room Save more, spend less and don’t do anything stupid. Good financial planning can be summed up in one sentence, but for many Americans, putting that sentence into action is incredibly difficult. Rick Kahler provides a time-tested method of cash flow management, showing you […]

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Richard Kahler Named to the InvestmentNews’ 2019 Icons and Innovators list

Rapid City, SD—02/04/2019— InvestmentNews has recognized Richard Kahler as a 2019 Icons and Innovators honoree. Richard Kahler was chosen from several hundred nominations to make the list of 10 Innovators and one Icon, Sheryl Garrett, founder of Garrett Planning Network. Each of the advisers and executives who made the third annual InvestmentNews Icons and Innovators […]

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