Category: Financial Planning

wealth advisor

Seventy-five percent of Americans say they wing it when it comes to financial planning. The majority live paycheck to paycheck and cannot cover an unexpected expense of $1,000. Many believe you must be a wealthy person set to seek financial advice. That is the reason people earning under $50,000 are…

financial wellness

While it’s true that money isn’t everything, it also must be said that money has an impact on most if not all other aspects of our life. Financial well-being has measurable effects on our mental and physical health, relationships, professional health, and ability to relax. Toward that end, it’s vital…

home costs

Homeownership is a cornerstone of the American dream and plays a strong role in our culture’s understanding of success, stability, and family. The question of “how much home can I afford” is one of the most important that many of us face as we make what is likely the biggest…