How to Avoid the Biggest 401K Blunders

Theses days, 401K retirement plans are typically the cornerstone of every investor’s retirement plan. Gone are the days of big company pension plans, and for many of us, big company matches to an employee’s retirement funds. And relying on Social

How to Pay Collection Debt

Like so many during the Great Recession, you lost your job and had to prioritize expenses.  Maybe you had to break a cable contract so you could manage the house payment, or you had to defer paying medical bills until

Should I Co- Sign For a Loan?

A lot of people want to help out someone in their lives. They see someone they care about struggling financially and want to lend a helping hand. Compassion is an admirable quality, but when you co-sign for a loan, you’re

How to Decide if Owning Horses is Right for You

The other day, two of my favorite co-workers stopped in my office to suggest a blog topic. They had recently worked together at a health fair and were approached by several people looking for information about how to afford large

3 Things to Do Before Leasing a Car

Time for a new car.  The ads on TV touting low monthly leases are enticing, especially when you compare them to a monthly payment for a new car.  But, is it really a good idea?  As usual, the answer is,

Have you ever given your adult children money?

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