I’m looking forward to presenting at the Make Divorce Healthy Symposium 2018, April 24, at Normandy Farm Hotel and Conference Center. Make Divorce Healthier 2018 is a day for professionals to come together around respectful, mindful, and more affordable divorce.
Retirement requires a significant amount of planning. Make sure you get the most of your financial plan by avoiding these 8 common retirement mistakes. Not Changing Lifestyle After Retirement One of the biggest mistakes is not adjusting to a new budget in Retirement. It becomes very hard to adjust to a new budget in a […]
The term “Sandwich Generation” refers to the phenomenon in the U.S. and many Western countries where a large and ever-growing percentage of the population provides care for their aging parents or relatives in addition to their children. In some cases, young adults who finally establish independence get thrown into a world of full-time accountability before […]
A common question we ask in our planning conversations is “Who depends upon you for financial support?” More commonly the answer is not just elderly parents but adult children as well. Years ago parents were likely to feel responsible to help their children get through high school and possibly a college education. This financial support […]
Fall is here. The air is crisp, the leaves are raked (until next week) and the bulbs are planted…flowering bulbs of varying size and color….arranged so there is continuous color from early spring to the late fall. The bulbs will shine bright if the soil conditions are right and the weather cooperates. And of course […]