Money Management

Smart Things Millennials Should Do With An Inheritance

December 3, 2013
Millennials Inheritance

Your inheritance was bittersweet. You lost someone you cared about, but he or she left you a nice little bundle, and you’re wondering how to spend it. As a member of Generation Y, also known as Generation Me-Me-Me, you’ve been stereotyped as materialistic and carrying a sense of entitlement. On the other hand, research also […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Wealth Management

December 3, 2013
wealth management

Wealth management first existed as a concept in the 1990s and it has grown in stature ever since. Wealth management firms offer a number of options for customers and their financial services range from estate planning to pension management. Wealth management companies can help you no matter what your income, so whether you’re struggling with […]

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Are You Really Saving Money by Hunting?

November 25, 2013
Save Money Hunting

This is the time of year that millions of people across the country don their bright orange vests and go out in search of harvesting their own food.  They pile into trucks, spend weeks in the woods; they laugh, drink, and usually shoot a deer, elk, or other large game animal.  For many hunters it […]

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Hiring a Wealth Management Advisor May Be Worthwhile

September 30, 2013

Many times people will try to save money by doing their investments on their own.  They spend hours studying their portfolio, and analyzing which investment bonds, mutual funds, stocks, and other products they should include.  Managing your own portfolio is possible, but sometimes it is more worthwhile to hire a wealth management advisor to do […]

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5 Real Obstacles to Building Wealth and How to Overcome Them

June 27, 2013
buildin wealth

On the road to financial abundance there’s bound to be challenges. While some are hard to foresee others are much more common and predictable. My hard earned experience over the years has helped me identify five real obstacles in building wealth and how to overcome them. I’d love to share them with you here so […]

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Five Biggest Money Mistakes Couples Make

May 1, 2013
financial mistakes

Throughout our lifetimes we all make mistakes.  Some of them are big mistakes.  There is not a single person you could talk to that has not made some sort of financial mistake.  However, being prepared can help you to lessen the impact of those mistakes, and hopefully avoid them all together. When people get married, […]

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The 5 Commandments for Money and Marriage

February 6, 2013
Money Marriage

The idea that money puts a wrench in your plans for marital bliss isn’t exactly a groundbreaking one. Money woes, stress and arguments can taint even the happiest of marriages, especially if you and your spouse aren’t on the same financial page. To combat some of the battles you fight over your bank balance, it’s […]

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