Just Because It’s Trending Doesn’t Mean You Should Care

  We are an addicted society. Constantly checking our smart phones, our Apple Watch or Buzz Feed's latest list. We have become so hyper-focused on #WhatsTrendingNow that we lose perspective of what is really important Like checking how your investments are doing throughout the day. Where is the Dow NOW and where will it close… Continue reading>

How To Kill Your Cash Flow in 6 Easy Steps

Nothing creates chaos faster than having bills left over at the end of your paycheck. It’s a sure formula for sleepless nights, late notices and harassing phone calls from obnoxious bill collectors. You can manage the chaos with a simple budget that allows for your rent/mortgage, utilities, food, clothing, phone and other regular expenses AND… Continue reading>

Seven Money Mistakes Everyone Should Make

We all make mistakes. It's normal, human and important—because without mistakes, your learning is stunted. It’s the missteps that provide the opportunity to own your decisions, assess your process and make corrections that will avoid the pain the next time. In a world where building resilience is so vital, making mistakes can be a very… Continue reading>

Standing Up to Financial Bullies

Bullies don’t just torment their victims at school or on Facebook. And they don’t just pick on children—adults can be subject to various forms of aggressive emotional abuse at their workplace, their community, even their home. In the financial world, there are bullies of a different sort. There are investment companies who continuously pound consumers… Continue reading>

Toddlers, Wild Speculation and Taxes

  Have you ever witnessed toddlers fighting—whining, screaming and stubbornly holding their ground? At some point either everyone gets a time out, or frustration overflows and it gets physical. They are just not equipped to handle their emotions like—ahem—adults. Change the scene: Capital Hill. The acrimony between opposing parties has been raised to new levels.… Continue reading>