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5 Money Lessons to Teach Kids at Different Ages

Financial Advice Financial Planning Financial Services Investments Kids Financial Uncategorized Wealth Management July 26, 2019 Author: Deborah Doyle

Teaching your children about money can seem like a grueling task since it is not something that is covered in school curriculum, however, financial skills are crucial for navigating life. The good news is that you can use your day-to-day activities as learning experiences by working money concepts into your children’s games, choices and goals […]

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How to use Artificial Intelligence During your Job Search

CFP Financial Advice Financial Advisor Financial Planner Financial Planning Investment Advisor Registered Investment Advisor July 2, 2019 Author: Deborah Doyle

Recruiting has drastically changed over the last few years. Employers today are increasingly using artificial intelligence (AI) to sort through resumes for each job opening. AI allows companies to instantly search through the resumes to find the applicants that best match what they are seeking. While this is great for companies, a lot of qualified […]

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How Investing in your Health can lead to Greater Wealth

Financial Planning Health Benefits Investment Planning RIA Wealth Management March 27, 2019 Author: Deborah Doyle

Our generations are fortunate enough to be educated on what to eat, what to avoid and know the importance of exercise and staying active. These are all actions to help us live longer. At the same time, advances in medicine to help extend our lives are being made. So, what does this have to do […]

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How To Survive the 2019 Tax Season

CFP Financial Advisor Financial Planning RIA Tax Planning Taxes February 5, 2019 Author: Deborah Doyle

Tax prep is not something many people associate with joy or excitement but it is something that individuals and businesses must prepare for each year. Due to the recent 2019 tax overhaul, many people are even more worried and anxiety ridden about their tax returns. By being proactive, knowledgeable and prepared here are a few […]

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Financial New Year Resolutions

CFP Employee Benefits Financial Advisor Financial Planning Financial Services Health Benefits January 7, 2019 Author: Deborah Doyle

The beginning of a new year is a very popular time to set goals, make plans and resolutions for improving oneself and quality of life. Your resolution list should especially include a few financial resolutions. Make Financial Goals: Identifying what your financial goals are is the first step. Consider breaking down the big goal into […]

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Tips for Choosing Employee Benefits, Part I

Employee Benefits Financial Advisor Financial Planning Health Benefits Life Insurance Retirement Planning September 18, 2017 Author: Woody Derricks

If you are changing jobs or simply approaching open enrollment season for your employee benefits, selecting the right options for you and your family can be stressful. Whether it involves utilizing a Health Savings Account (HSA) with your health plan or deciding how much to contribute to your 401(k), the selections you make every year […]

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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage?

Financial Advisor Financial Advisor for Gay Couples Financial Planning Financial Planning for Gay Couples Mortgage Lending July 17, 2017 Author: Woody Derricks

If you search the internet, you can uncover as many articles telling you to pay off your mortgage as ones encouraging you to keep it forever. Why are so many financial advisors divided over this one issue? The truth is that it’s simply a matter of strategy, and what works for some people may not […]

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Tips for Getting the Most out of Your Pension

Estate Planning Estate Planning for Gay Couples Investment Strategy Pension Retirement Planning April 25, 2017 Author: Woody Derricks

According to usa.gov, people live an average of twenty years after retirement. If you are planning to use a pension to fund a significant portion – if not all – of your retirement, are you confident that it is going to allow you to live the lifestyle you want? No one wants to outlive their […]

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