Don’t Have A Retirement Plan Yet? Here’s Where To Start

When it comes to retirement and planning, I’ve heard them all: “I love what I do. I can’t imagine doing anything else.” “I’ll never have enough money to retire, so I’ll work until I die.” “I have no hobbies, so I might as well work.” “I’d be bored outta my skull if I didn’t work.”… Continue reading>

7 Decisions That Can Lead You to Financial Misery

“Fake” news: One of the most controversial and trending topics to discuss today. Who is trolling whom— and what is the real agenda behind all those stories that you see on social media? When it comes to making money decisions, you need to decide what advice is real or fake—or be able to see the… Continue reading>

A Financial Warning: If All You Have Is a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail

We are surrounded by articles, advertisements and enticements prompting investors where to find the best yield, the best returns, the best investments, the best everything. And who doesn’t want the best? It seems you are always "a mere click away" from finding the highest yield on a money market fund, the lowest rate on a mortgage,… Continue reading>

Taming Blame And Shame In Your Money Life

  shame: a painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behavior. blame: responsibility for a fault or wrong.  What could be more destructive to your financial success and happiness than wallowing in blame and shame? And yet, this is the internal operating system that guides beliefs, behaviors and… Continue reading>