The transition from kid to adult is a necessary process toward living a fulfilled and meaningful life, but it isn’t easy or smooth. This is especially true when it comes to money. Mastering money skills can be a challenge even for older adults. One of the earliest opportunities to learn adult financial skills comes with […]
When you retire, where will your money come from? The list is fairly short: Social Security, a pension, working, your assets, children, or public assistance.
The concept of “Medicare for All” is getting a lot of attention in the 2020 Presidential race. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s promise that it will not cost the middle-class “one penny” has much appeal.
Are there any folks out there feeling…unhappy or like it’s Groundhog Day every day? Working, managing your household, paying your bills, caring for children, taking care of all the responsibilities that come with being an adult… whew! Life can be busy with little time to consider what you REALLY want out of your life, your […]
As a long-time advocate of blending financial planning with counseling, I’ve had years of seeing the benefit for clients. I have come to see financial counseling as an investment: one that can pay greater dividends than investments in a home, retirement account, or college education. How can this be the case?