Why the best person to turn to for money advice may be a psychotherapist

Check out an article published today by Leslie Albrecht from entitled “Why the best person to turn to for money advice may be a psychotherapist”.  In the article, she discusses the role of financial therapy in financial planning and the development of the financial therapy industry with insights from our very own Rick Kahler. […]

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Local Ridesharing: Affordable Independence For Seniors

For elderly people facing the reality of diminishing capabilities, a service that can help maintain their independence is ridesharing. Many of us in rural parts of the US, myself included, use ridesharing primarily when we travel. It has changed the way I travel in large cities, and I appreciate it for its convenience, flexibility, and […]

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Can You Have Your Investing Cake and Eat It Too?

“You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” As sensible adults, we understand cognitively the truth of this old adage. If there’s a piece of cake on my plate, and I eat it all today, I won’t have any cake left for tomorrow. Emotionally, however, we would really like to eat all the cake […]

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Money Magazine Author Names “Scrooge” to Best Books List

On Tuesday, Martha C. White of Money Magazine published an article entitled The Best Books to Help You Pay off Debt, According to Finance Experts and we are honored to announce that the book Rick co-authored “The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge” was atop the list! We say congratulations to Rick and his co-authors. To […]

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When Parents Can’t Say No: Financial Enabling

“Pleeeeeze?” Your nine-year-old daughter has spent her allowance but is begging you to buy her a toy she “just has to have.” “I really will pay you back this time. I promise.” Your 30-something son, despite a history of non-payment that would make a banker flinch, is asking for another loan to get him out […]

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