As we close out the first half of the year, significant headlines continue to surround the Pandemic. Concern has shifted to the impact on the labor market, inflation, interest rates, and housing.
It’s More Than Money
5 Emotional Roadblocks that Could Halt a Successful Estate Plan
Estate planning can be an immense blessing to any family at a time of loss. Yet you would be hard-pressed to find any family who would rather sit around the table discussing estate planning than enjoying the day outside.
Quarter in Charts – Q1 2021
So much over the last year has felt like it belonged in a movie rather than real life. From COVID to the election, from social unrest to working and schooling from home.
If I Had to Recommend One Book About Money
If you wish to improve your financial life or enjoy well-written books then I would recommend taking the time to read “The Psychology Of Money”.
How Much Car Can You Afford?
We will solve this problem using a sliding scale. Our scale will range from 10% to 30% of our annual pre-tax income.
Quarter in Charts – Q4 2020
Much like the buffet lines, the financial media served up a lot of “food” this year, not all of it of substance. In an effort to cut through to what is most important and what we need to pay attention to going forward
How President Biden’s New Tax Plan Could Affect You
Much of Biden’s tax plan focuses on raising taxes for high earners, corporations, and capital gains.
Shining the Light on Hunger in the Darkest of Times
When the trailer filled up, volunteers showed up, boxed the food, and hauled it off to food banks.
The Best Credit Cards EVER… For Now
I want to start this off by apologizing to my dad and Dave Ramsey, both adamantly against credit cards. I was raised in a home that praised the debit card and cash because they were low risk and made over spending less likely.
Quarter in Charts – Q3 2020
COVID-19 Still Hits Hard “What a year this week has been.” That was the response I got from a friend when I asked him how things were going. And it is probably what most of us have felt as we process COVID-19, the economy, elections, and the market on top of managing work, family, school,