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Making Sure Your Family Is Okay

When you have kids, it can be easy to think of the here and now and forget about the future. After all, since those diapers and messy rooms are happening in real time, it isn't always easy to hunker down and go over long term financial goals. However, making sure that your family is financially viable can help your kids to feel safe and secure for the long haul. I have been a financial planner for several years, and you wouldn't believe what a big difference a little planning can make. If you want to make a difference, go through my blog and learn how to save a little money.

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Working On The Final Stages Of Your Startup? Why You Need To Work With A Private Placement Broker Dealer
6 September 2018

When it comes to your startup, there are two speci

No Retirement Funds? You're Not Alone, And It's Not Too Late To Start Saving
1 March 2018

Sufficient income during retirement is a goal that

What To Know About Owning Minor League Teams
26 November 2017

If you've dreamed of owning a sports franchise onl

How To Decide How Much To Contribute To A Flexible Spending Account
14 November 2017

Many health insurance plans require insured indivi

3 Mistakes Parents Should Avoid When Helping Pay For A Child's College Education
19 July 2017

In this day and age, earning a degree from an accr

Working On The Final Stages Of Your Startup? Why You Need To Work With A Private Placement Broker Dealer

When it comes to your startup, there are two specific individuals you'll be dealing with: brokers and dealers. The broker sells securities for clients, while the dealer sells securities for their company. As the name implies, the private placement broker dealer is able to wear both professional hats, those of broker and dealer. Here are just four of the reasons you need to work with a private placement broker dealer for your startup. Read More 

No Retirement Funds? You’re Not Alone, And It’s Not Too Late To Start Saving

Sufficient income during retirement is a goal that most people want to accomplish, but with the economy over the past several years, it's not uncommon to find those who have little to no savings. Either they haven't been able to save, or the recession really wiped away what they had. If you are in this situation, you're not alone by any means. You can save for retirement, and it's never too late to start. Read More 

What To Know About Owning Minor League Teams

If you've dreamed of owning a sports franchise only to be put off by the multimillion-dollar cost of popular major league teams, you don't have to give up your goal. The minor league teams for your sport of choice can be just as fun to own, and they cost a lot less to purchase. Minor league teams are also up for sale more often, so you have a good chance of scoring ownership of a great team. Read More 

How To Decide How Much To Contribute To A Flexible Spending Account

Many health insurance plans require insured individuals to incur a certain amount of out-of-pocket expenses when receiving medical treatment. For example, a plan participant might have to make a co-payment for each doctor visit. Individuals who have access to an employee benefit known as a flexible savings arrangement can pay out-of-pocket medical costs with pre-tax dollars. A flexible spending arrangement (FSA) is also known as a flexible spending account. The cost of funding an FSA is usually paid by the employee through payroll deductions, but the employer may contribute as well. Read More 

3 Mistakes Parents Should Avoid When Helping Pay For A Child’s College Education

In this day and age, earning a degree from an accredited university or college is very important if a person wants to obtain a financially rewarding job. Unfortunately, the cost of going to college is continually rising. Many parents want to help pay for their children to go to college in order to help prevent their children from accumulating massive debt from student loans. But being able to contribute a substantial amount of money towards college expenses requires financial planning. Read More