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?
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Why do 70% of Americans live month to month and 91% don’t have more than $100,000 saved for retirement? The answer is fairly simple, we don’t really understand how to create wealth. Oh, we think we understand how to create wealth. We think all we need to do is save more, spend less, and not do anything really crazy. In […]