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Gifts for the Grad

Graduation season is upon us! Some of you may have already watched your child or grandchild walk across the stage and accept their diploma while others are anxiously awaiting. As exciting a time as this is, it can also offer that nervous anticipation knowing they’re taking their first steps into adulthood. No matter the feeling, […]


5 Strategies to “Boot” Financial Stress

Have you ever opened up a bill or a statement and the first word that came out of your jaw-dropped-mouth was an “uh-oh”? I’m sure it’s happened to all of us at some time or another. Between the bills, credit cards, ever-growing interest rates, savings, retirement, kids…the list goes on and on – it’s easy […]


Happy Mother’s Day!

Typically in these weekly newsletters, I like to give you some type of financial insight or show you ways to better budget and save your money. But today, I just want to write to all the Mother’s. So, to all you Mother’s out there… Happy Mother’s Day! Take this day to celebrate everything you’ve done, […]


Credit Card Got You in a Hole?

In today’s day and age, debt is something all too familiar for Americans. According to Consumer Reports; “8 out of 10 households average credit card debt is roughly $7,000.” And that’s just credit card debt; that doesn’t include your mortgage, auto loan, or college tuition. Unfortunately for so many of us, we don’t realize the […]


How Much Is Your Life Worth?

When asked the question; How much is your life worth? What are the first thoughts that come to mind? The first thought should be that the answer to that question is: priceless. You just can’t put a price-tag on your life or the lives of your loved ones. Of course, we can’t control everything but […]