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Are You Spending Too Much Money?

Are You Spending Too Much Money?

James and Kathy are a young married couple with two small children. They make a good income and live a good life. They have a good amount of cash in their bank accounts and pay their credit card bills in full every month. They’re saving up for retirement and college...

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9 Biggest Student Loan Misconceptions

9 Biggest Student Loan Misconceptions

They say knowledge is power -- and that seems to be especially true with student loans. As complex as they have become, it’s no surprise that there is a lot of misinformation floating around out there. And what you don’t know (or don't understand) can definitely hurt...

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Why Drive Old Cars?

Why Drive Old Cars?

I drive a 2003 Toyota Avalon. It's got about 115k miles on it. Runs great. Definitely not the coolest car. But it's extremely inexpensive and serves its purpose well. The other day, my wife told me I should consider replacing my old car. We have three boys that are...

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Investing Q&A: Part 2

Investing Q&A: Part 2

This is Part 2 in our Investing Q&A series. If you missed Part 1 from a few months ago, be sure to go back and catch up here! Otherwise, let’s dig back in -- today we’re going to focus a little more on employer-sponsored retirement plans: What is a 401k vs 403b vs...

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When Good Debt Goes Bad

When Good Debt Goes Bad

So what is “good debt”? It’s a general term for a debt used to finance something that expected to increase in value. Maybe you take out a mortgage to buy a home you expect to appreciate. Maybe you borrow student loans to help you increase lifetime earning potential....

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Investing Q&A: Part 1

Investing Q&A: Part 1

Part of the job as a Financial Planner is providing investment advice. We believe it’s important to educate clients so they can have a true understanding of the reasoning behind our strategies and decisions. Not everyone has a financial background (or the time/desire...

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