Financial Regulations Protect Consumers–Sometimes

The financial services field is one of the most regulated in the United States. I’m told that our regulations are as complex as those in the medical field. This makes sense; our health and our money are two important pillars of wellbeing. Preventing harm to...

55 Companies Pay No Taxes–And There Is A Reason

A tweet by President Biden on October 20, 2021, got my attention: “Here’s the deal: If you spent $3 on your coffee this morning, that’s more than what 55 major corporations paid in taxes in recent years.” The president has used this statistic...

Workshop For Women In Business By Christina Lynn, CFP

Financing is often a challenge for women in business, even though women own 40% of businesses in the US. For example, female entrepreneurs ask for roughly $35,000 less in financing than their male counterparts. KFG’s newest staff member, Certified Financial...

Financial Therapy a Resource for Family-Owned Businesses

“Mom and pop shop.” This common term for a small family-owned business makes it sound like a cozy little operation where the owners live and work harmoniously together to make their shared dream come true. The reality, for couples who are both personal and...

Cost of Living and Minimum Wage

President Biden’s coronavirus stimulus package has the intention of flooding the economy with money at a time when economic growth is sputtering. Ironically, it contains one provision likely to create exactly the opposite of what he intends: raising the national...

Money Skills Matter For Life Success

A popular money script is to assume that fame, accomplishments, and excellence in one’s field equate to financial security. Like any money script, this can be true in some cases and incorrect in others. But it is interesting to me that the common attitude  is that...