September 2019 – The Search for Safety

Its been a long time since I can remember earning anything meaningful from a savings account. Each month when I balance my check book, I notice the three or four cents I gain in “interest.” Banks have become places to park your money, not to actually earn anything with it. But if you think that’s bad,…

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August 2019 – Passive Streams of Income

During my ongoing trip to Romania, I became friends with a local resident. My new friend told me about many of the challenges faced by Romanian citizens when it comes to earning income. For example, starting a business in Romania is much harder than in the United States. I find this important because the term business has a…

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Financial Goal Setting

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Debt Reduction v. Investing

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Creating a Budget

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July 2019 – Finding a Good Financial Adviser

Today, I want to talk to you about getting a good financial adviser. This is one of the most important decisions you can make. It’s also a principle of life that most people miss. Many people believe an investment adviser is a waste of money, but then they don’t want to learn financial skills themselves. So they…

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June 2019 – Vacation Budgeting

As we enter the summer months, it’s a great time to start thinking about your family vacation. This is an opportunity for you to relax and unwind from the stresses of work and every day life. However, in this newsletter, I want to share some ideas on how to save on your vacation. This is not a…

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Honoring Our Heroes

This Memorial Day we honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our country. We remember veterans who served and died, both on and off the battlefield. We also honor the families that support our service members and veterans, especially those that still suffer from loss. One of the greatest organizations that supports the families…

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May 2019 – IRAs – Traditional or Roth?

“Which would you like first, the good news or the bad news?” My mother said this to me for the first time when I was only four-and-a-half years old. Being so young, I wanted to hear the good news first. I remember thinking: “Just tell me the good news, I don’t even want to hear the…

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April 2019 – Great Investment Funds

April has finally arrived! After a blistering cold winter, it felt like the Spring couldn’t come too soon. As you dive into some reorganizing and cleaning, I encourage you to do some Spring cleaning with your personal finances, too. Creating a budget for you and your family is important, but knowing where to save your…

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