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Planning for Long-Term Care

My Grandma Eloise was one of the most spirited and energetic people I’ve ever known.  She was fully herself all throughout her 9th decade – still helping my own mother and her other children regularly, in church every Sunday, cleaning her own home, driving.  Unfortunately, in her early 90s she Read more…

The Case Against Permanent Life Insurance

Nearly everyone needs life insurance, but it’s easy to end up with a bad policy. Read more…

The Most Important Rule In Planning For Retirement

The most important rule in planning for retirement is to Save Early and Often. Read more…

Life in Transition: Part 1- How to Plan for Marriage

We all have points in our lives where it seems like we’re on the verge of a new chapter. For some, it might be a career change. For others, a new baby. Whatever transitions you’re personally facing, know this: Read more…

Full Hearts Don’t Mean Empty Wallets

Okay, okay, all the mothers out there were right: there is nothing like the love you feel for your children. Read more…

Is Life Insurance for You? 3 Questions to Ask Yourself

When our first son was born, I insisted that my husband and I purchase our first life insurance policies. The topic of life insurance can be overwhelming—and not just because it involves dealing with your own mortality. Everyone’s personal situation is different, so the need and timing for life Read more…

Say “I Do” to Your Spending Plan

From the moment “Will you marry me?” is asked, the number of hours that goes into planning, decisions, and details for the one incredible day where two people say “I Do” is intimidating. There is an endless amount of advice out there to help you plan your dream wedding. But the most important thing Read more…

Should You Lease or Buy a Car? 4 Key Questions to Ask Yourself

Showing off my husband's latest (leased) ride. Fall marks the onset of the holiday season for many of us. But for car aficionados, ‘tis an entirely different type of season—it’s when new models hit dealerships. Read more…

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