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Just Starting Out

Building Your Financial Foundation

As an individual between the ages of 25-35, you have a lot to consider as you look to establish the financial aspects of your life.

Top priorities include: Navigating your employer benefit programs & retirement plan options...

Individuals and Families

Individuals and Families in their mid-working years have unique needs that arise. Between the ages of 35-55 a host of many new personal finance issues are likely to surface and require attention...

Pre Retirees & Retirees

As you prepare for retirement, the focus shifts from building your assets to protection and preservation of your assets. If you are already retired and have begun to draw income form or assets or are planning to, having a well-planned income distribution strategy...

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Getting Started

If you’re just starting out and financial planning is an all-new experience for you, this service package is designed especially for you.

Investment Management

Holistic approach to investing: Personal financial analysis to determine the optimal investment strategy for you.

Retirement Planning

What You Can Expect: A comprehensive retirement analysis to help you determine if you are financially prepared to retire.

Personal Finance for Beginners Blog - Latest Posts

Have you ever experienced that gut-twisting feeling when you're standing at the register, paying for your groceries? You wonder if the payment will go through or if you don’t have enough money and it will be rejected. It's also tough when you're out with friends and everyone wants to eat at a new (and expensive) restaurant instead of staying in and watching a movie. Money anxiety is common and can impact daily decisions like what groceries to buy or whether you can afford to go out to eat.
When I look back at my journey into adulthood, one of the most memorable milestones was buying my first car. It was a rite of passage that symbolized freedom, independence, and responsibility. However, it was also my first significant encounter with the world of credit—a concept that, until then, was just a term I heard adults mention. This blog post chronicles that exciting yet nerve-wracking experience and the valuable lessons I learned along the way.
Understanding credit is a fundamental aspect of personal finance. Whether you're planning to buy your first car, secure a mortgage, or simply manage day-to-day expenses, a solid grasp of how credit works is essential. This beginner's guide aims to demystify credit, offering you the knowledge and tools you need to manage your finances effectively.


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Learn about Personal Finance; everything from  how to choose  the  best Credit card for  you  to how to have fun on a budget