14 Weeks to a New Financial You

To get out of debt and to get a point that you have money to invest in your future takes discipline—military discipline, but “Soldier of Finance” makes it manageable by breaking it up into weekly tasks, from discovering where you are, to paying off debt, to getting started in investing. In the “Your Body Armor” chapter, he also gives great advice on the importance of insurance, including life insurance. Plus, each chapter has a “Go/No Go” checklist (love!) and a summary for those who “reading or attention challenged.”

Where Would the Money Come From to Survive a Critical Illness Financially?

Everyone knows that it’s not cheap to be sick. And for those facing a critical illness, mounting medical bills and being out of work can spell a financial crisis as well as a health crisis. It’s always best to understand beforehand where money might come from to help you and your family deal with something […]

A Wake Up Call on College Funding

A child born in 2013 that begins kindergarten in the fall of 2018 would attend college between the years of 2031 and 2035. If that child attends an average private four-year college, and if the annual price increases for private colleges experienced over the last 30 years (+5.7% per year) continues into the future, the […]

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