Post Category: Family

The Most Important Money Habits To Teach Your Children

Kids are like sponges. They’re ready to soak up whatever we’re willing to teach. Now is the time to be teaching our children about money.

Excess money mixed with lack of money maturity can ruin lives. At its extreme, money can be the difference between life and death.

How To Minimize Family Drama With an Inheritance

We all know someone that’s on bad terms with a sibling or family. They may exchange an uncomfortable hello when paths cross... it's noticeably awkward for everyone involved... and sad for everyone around to see it's gotten so bad. There's always an underlying cause -...

White Coat Investor Guest Post

Recently, we were given the opportunity to write an article for the White Coat Investor. For those of you who are not familiar, it is a very popular blog run by a a practicing, full-time emergency medicine physician. The blog focuses mainly on personal finance issues...

Using a Values-Based Lens to Identify Financial Blindspots

It's difficult to self diagnose your own problems. Especially the deep rooted issues. How many people with serious illnesses caused by their own choices show up at the hospital and say something like... "Hey Doc, I'm sick because I’m overweight and I’ve been smoking...

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