When the time comes, will they find you prepared — or will those you love suffer the consequences of your mismanagement and procrastination? Your opportunity to seek professional help is now. Don’t let it pass you by.
Charitable giving makes a difference in your life and in the lives of those who benefit from your generosity. No matter your financial situation, you can participate. Charitable giving is not only limited to giving money. A contribution of time can be equally important and meaningful.
It’s your money. Why not make the most of it?
While growing up, you probably heard many of the same old wives’ tales I did: if you keep making that face, it will freeze that way. Coffee stunts your growth (or makes hair grow on your chest). You can’t go swimming for 30 minutes after eating, or you will get cramps and drown. We’ve all heard them, and some, you may still believe. I’d like to dispel a few common financial myths.
With everything going on in your life, why do you make time for your annual physical? Maybe your insurance covers it. Maybe you want to ensure you are in good physical shape and catch any potential problems early. I believe the same can be said for your financial health. To ensure you are in good financial condition and stay that way, you must take time for an annual financial review with a professional.
At the start of a new year, people often make resolutions about things they want to change going forward. Finance is one area in which resolutions are made – and often fail. It’s good to make a resolution to make positive financial changes, but without a sound plan, we set ourselves up for failure. Here are three tips to help you develop your plan – simple steps that can set you on a path to a better financial future.