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September 19, 2022

Prioritizing Yourself

Panic! At the Disco sings about having high hopes, shooting for the stars, and having a vision. It often can be easy to lose sight of your goals in the midst of a busy schedule. Shoot, it is even easier not to set goals for yourself in the first place. Between work obligations, family commitments, and the occasional global pandemic, you may not even think about giving yourself the time to set goals.
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August 24, 2022

When the Market Gives You Lemons…

Financial advisors are known to wear many hats. In years like 2022, I find myself practicing psychology as much as financial and investment planning. Money is emotional, and when stocks and bonds are falling in price it invokes a lot of stress and anxiety.
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August 24, 2022

Understanding Your Credit Score (Part II)

In our first article (see Understanding Your Credit Score - Part I), we discussed credit reporting and what activities impact your credit score. We pick up from there with more information on how to potentially improve your credit score, the importance of reviewing your credit report, and how (and why) to freeze your credit.
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August 24, 2022

The Millennial’s Guide to Budgeting

When you hear the word, “millennial,” what first comes to mind for many is a generation of entitled, social media addicted, avocado toast lovers who worship at the shrine of Starbucks. But, in truth like prior generations, millennials have a great capacity to learn from others and put structure to their wants and needs.
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August 24, 2022

School Daze

As summer winds down and back to school ads ramp up, things are a little different at our house. Our daughter is off to college. Once she made her school choice official, her gleeful plans for dorm décor and collegiate life began, while I agonized over other matters. Was there enough in the 529 plan? How do we go from contribution to distribution mode?
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