Last Week’s Tragedy – In Memory of Sgt. Michael Chesna and Vera Adams A Warning About Charity Scams My thoughts and prayers are with the victims of last week’s shooting in Weymouth and their loved ones. Sergeant Michael Chesna and Vera Adams, an innocent bystander were fatally shot early Sunday morning. Sgt. Chesna left behind…Details
If this happens to you, it’s time for professional guidance. “So, when should we get together again?” After wrapping up a Portfolio Review or Financial Planning session, this is the question I get asked most often. When to call your Financial Advisor outside of scheduled meetings depends on what is going on in your life. …Details
Want to learn 4 ways to become financially empowered? One of life's great mysteries is the fact that few of us are taught what we need to know about money and personal finance in order to feel secure. Our parents weren't taught so they couldn't teach us. We're not taught and therefore, cannot educate our children. And, our children will probably repeat this cycle unless we do something differently.Details
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At this time of year, many parents start scratching their heads and turn to their keyboards to search for answers to their pressing financial questions. Parents, reeling from the sticker shock caused by their son or daughter’s college acceptance and award letter are trying to figure out how to pay for college. Students are asking questions about credit, many for the first time. Want to guess the financial question Google gets asked the most? It is “how do student loans work?” No wonder. According to a recent Marketwatch article, Americans are trying to figure out how to deal with $1.4 trillion in student loan debt. A study conducted by Liberty Bank for Savings found Google gets an average of 2.4 million searches per month from folks looking for the answer to this question.