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Most financial advisors are good people with good intentions. However, financial advisors are human and are subject to biases and influences just like any other person. Understanding how your…
Your 50s is the time to think seriously about retirement planning. You’ve reached (or are close to reaching) your peak earning potential, hopefully you’ve found a satisfying and enjoyable career, and…
Balancing saving for college with retirement savings is often a big concern for parents. According to a T.Rowe Price survey, 62% of parents are very/extremely concerned about saving for retirement and…
The fiduciary standard for investment advisors was introduced as part of the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. Unfortunately, although it’s been around for 75+ years, the concept of providing fiduciary…
In general, people spend considerably more than necessary. We spend money without even realizing how much we are spending. We leave the water running and our water bill goes up, or we buy an extra cup…
From the time we are five we start working. Whether it’s learning the alphabet, studying for a final, making minimum wage, or having a successful career, we are working. Maybe we can relax on the…