A Financial Checklist You Can Handle

Starting fresh is always a great feeling, but the scale of what we set out to accomplish at the beginning of the year sometimes becomes overwhelming as the months go by. The question is, how can you stay motivated to meet your financial goals throughout the year?Financial tips for every monthFor many people, checking off items on a long list of to-dos brings a great sense of satisfaction. To help

2020 Outlook: Continued Growth or Recession?

As we made our way through 2019, signs of softening economic conditions became increasingly apparent, even while consumer confidence remained high and job growth came in better than expected. Now, as we look ahead to a new year, the path is somewhat unclear. Will the economy continue in slow-growth mode? Or will we see the recession many media and industry pundits have warned about?

How to Invest in 2020

2019 has been a great year for U.S. financial markets but there's an underlying sense that investors are beginning to do a gut check over recent and rising risks in the economy, political landscape, and financial markets. Everyone's wondering, "What's next for stocks and bonds?" The last few months of 2019 have reminded us that markets can still be rewarding. But in late-2018, we were all worried

It's a New Year. Get a New Money Plan!

Now is the PERFECT time to take control of your finances! Are you feeling like you could make better decisions about your money? Are you unsure of what else you should be doing to make the most of every cent? Do you know if you’re “on-track” compared to others in your income category? Do you think you’re doing well but wonder if you could be doing better? These are all questions I can help you

How to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Money

If you’re concerned that your parents are getting older and worried about their ability to make wise financial decisions, you’re not alone. In fact, 10,000 experienced baby boomers are retiring each day—a trend that will continue through 2030!

Retirement Plan Account Review is Key

Keeping tabs on your retirement accounts is a balancing act, particularly if you have more than one. Although some favor the set-it-and-forget-it approach, it’s wise to regularly review your accounts to ensure that you’re heading in the right direction.

Guidance for Remaining Calm During Volatile Times

There are several certainties in life—death, taxes, and, yes, market volatility. Fluctuations in your 401(k) or retirement savings account can stir up feelings of stress, panic, and anxiety, particularly when your hard-earned retirement dollars are at stake. But overreaction to these fluctuations is one of the biggest risks that retirement investors face. So in turbulent financial times,

Trick or Treat? 3 Crazy Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Not Saving Money

Did you know your brain may be to blame for preventing you from reaching your financial goals? It’s true. Several recent studies conducted by Prudential suggest that we should train our brains to think differently about money because our brains are tricking us every day. Here’s how:

Plotting Your Way Toward Retirement: 5 Positive Financial Habits

Like most people, you probably have a vivid, exciting picture of what your ideal retirement will look like. Maybe it’s spending time with family at a beach house, crossing off the book titles that have accumulated on your to-read list, or finally being able to volunteer enough of your time to make a difference for your favorite charity. But there’s no doubt that the journey to retirement is long

How to Simplify Your Investments and Have Confidence

There isn’t a morning I wake up that I don’t think about the responsibility on my shoulders that comes with managing over $200 million of my clients’ money. Whenever I sit through a new presentation from an investment manager or hear the latest and greatest ideas from industry professionals, I ask myself, “Will implementing this idea add value to my client’s situations or is it just noise that

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