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Financially Grown. Eventually. One Day.

Procrastination is my biggest vice. I intended to write a resolution post via Facebook weeks ago you know, because, everyone was making “New Year, New Me” and “2016 will be the Year of (insert successful sounding noun here)” posts.  1,943 more words

Thinking

2016 Financial Planning Limits

As a financial planner, one of the tools I frequently use is the Annual Limits Relating to Financial Planning, published by the College of Financial Planning. 116 more words

Financial Planning

The Multiple Roles of the 21st Century CMO

The role of the CMO is rapidly transforming as CMOs are asked to be proficient marketers, to build bridges across multiple business functions, keep up with rapidly evolving technology and trends—and deliver consistency across the entire customer experience. 269 more words

Financial Planning

A Hierarchy of Advisor Value

I talk often with lots of advisors of all sorts and from a wide variety of firms. They are profoundly disillusioned an astonishingly high amount of the time. 3,692 more words

Investing

Are Markets Keeping You Up At Night?

Guest Blogger: Andrew Horowitz, CFP, Horowitz & Company, Inc.

With markets becoming more volatile of late, are you feeling uncomfortable? It is natural for anyone to be concerned when his or her nest egg loses value. 245 more words

Financial Planning

Remain calm and carry on: why stocks and stress don’t mix

The popular press is generating a lot of recession-related articles lately and with stocks starting the New Year on a weak note, it’s no wonder investors feel a little nervous. 708 more words

Investments

Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail

No strategy assures success or protects against loss.