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Recovery From Financial Trauma

When you hear the word "trauma," what comes to mind? The death of a loved one, severe injury or illness, a natural disaster, physical or sexual abuse, wartime combat? These are the things that I...

The Financial Freedom of Owning Less

"Money is freedom." This popular money script contains considerable truth. Having money can provide a lot of options and flexibility that are not possible without money. However, since all money...

How Much is “Rich?” Income Vs. Net Worth

How much money does it take to be wealthy? As I've pointed out in previous columns, this is basically an unanswerable question. It depends on too many variables, such as social norms, personal...

Why We Don’t Plan For The Inevitable

Why do we put off taking action that is important to our financial health? Last week we explored some of the financial "emergencies" that can be avoided with planning or prevention. It’s easy to...

Avoid “Emergency Room” Financial Planning

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Most of us are familiar with this tidbit of immense wisdom. That doesn't necessarily mean we follow it when it comes to either our physical or our...

Market Crashes To Be Expected, Not Feared

A lot of stock market experts are concerned that the market is overheated and ripe for a new bear market. One of those expecting a bear market is Shawn Williams of Motley Fool, in a May 8, 2021,...

Financial Therapy Podcast Launch

Kahler Financial Group is excited to announce the launch of our brand-new podcast, Financial Therapy - It’s Not Just About The Money, with Rick Kahler.  Rick will blend the nuts and bolts of...

The Dubious Honor Of Serving As Executor

I recently heard from a former client who wanted to reengage our services. Naturally, I asked her why. "I was named the executor of my father’s estate last year, and I now have a huge appreciation...