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READY OR NOT......Read 2 Timothy 4:1-5 Again!

I’m really taken with the Apostle Paul’s urging of the young pastor Timothy to ‘be ready’.  The option to be ready or not is not there.  451 more words

Managing and reviewing your mortgage

When was the last time you explored the prospects of getting a better mortgage deal?

Your mortgage is usually the biggest financial commitment you will undertake and reviewing it could save a substantial amount of money, as well as making sure it fits your circumstances and with your affordability.  187 more words

Featured Blog: Saving for a Home Down Payment? WatchThis.

The following blog is by Brittney Castro originally published in Brittney Castro’s Blog – Financially Wise Women.

All month long, we’ve been talking about the best ways to go about becoming a homeowner. 304 more words


Today’s Alerts: Marriage, Financial Planning, and Your 401(k) Rollover

My Today’s Alerts series highlights ideas generated in my divorce financial advisory practice.

Kate* called to let me know that she’d decided to leave her company, AFD, Inc., to pay attention to her start-up business full time. 766 more words

Post Marital

Money Management and Smart Financial Planning Tips

“The way to stop financial joyriding is to arrest the chauffeur, not the automobile.”

— Woodrow Wilson

When someone says that money is a big part of one’s life, does it ring true to you? 504 more words


Podcast Episode 033: Planning your business Part 1

Whatever your career or business that you are involved in, you may engage in degrees of forward planning. So why put together a business plan? Whether you are ‘planning’ (i.e. 144 more words


Do you hand people tissues when they cry? You shouldn't.

Most people think handing a crying person a tissue is a caring gesture. But you shouldn’t do it. It sends the person the message that you are uncomfortable and that you want them to stop. 291 more words