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Winning Financial Strategy Combines Strong Offense and Defense

Thirty years ago, jogging with a friend, I told him about the difficult time I was having financially. Even though my business’s earnings were very good, the profitability wasn’t where it needed to be. After listening to me for several miles, he said something I’ve...

Suddenly Single, With Wealth—Is There a Problem Here? Part One

Recently, a newly divorced woman in her 50’s asked me if I knew of any good books for middle-aged, single woman of wealth. My eloquent answer was, “Um, er . . . .” Others might have more flippant responses like, “Why? Where’s the problem?” It may be hard to empathize...

Financial Life Planning: A Job, a Career, or a Calling?

Is the work you do to make a living a job, a career, or a calling? Recognizing the difference can pay you great dividends in many ways. A job is a paid position of regular employment that puts bread on the table but doesn’t necessarily provide a lot of satisfaction or...

Why Inheriting the Family Home Can Be a Bad Idea

For many of us, our home is more than just a piece of property. It holds deep memories and emotional meaning, especially if we raised our families there. For this reason, estate planning discussions often include leaving the family home to the kids. This can be a way...