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Healthcare Information To Share Before A Crisis

Healthcare Information To Share Before A Crisis

(Update to original post from December 21, 2018) As you age, you may notice your body changing. Activities that you once mastered may be painful to perform. For some, you may not notice the gradual decline in your health until something happens. As we roll into the...

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Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

(Update to original post from December 28, 2017) In my business, January is known as the “divorce” month. Many people wait until after the holidays before they begin pursuing a divorce. When they contact me, I work with them to assess their finances and develop a...

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What’s Your Excuse?

What’s Your Excuse?

(Update to original post from December 19, 2018) Do you complain endlessly about your job? In order to answer honestly, ask someone who is around you a lot. Some people complain and don’t even realize they are complaining. You may be making some of these comments...

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Relationships During Retirement

Relationships During Retirement

(Update to original post from December 18, 2018) When helping individuals and couples plan for retirement, one of the key things we discuss is their personal relationships. For example, some people envision planning a family gathering annually with their adult kids...

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Healthcare Information To Share Before A Crisis

(Update to original post from December 21, 2018) As you age, you may notice your body changing. Activities that you once mastered may be painful to perform. For some, you may not notice the gradual decline in your health until something happens. As we roll into the...

Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

(Update to original post from December 28, 2017) In my business, January is known as the “divorce” month. Many people wait until after the holidays before they begin pursuing a divorce. When they contact me, I work with them to assess their finances and develop a...

What’s Your Excuse?

(Update to original post from December 19, 2018) Do you complain endlessly about your job? In order to answer honestly, ask someone who is around you a lot. Some people complain and don’t even realize they are complaining. You may be making some of these comments...

5 Ways To Control Your Spending

Whether or not you’re a fan of making New Year’s resolutions, isn’t it time to take control of your spending?

Relationships During Retirement

(Update to original post from December 18, 2018) When helping individuals and couples plan for retirement, one of the key things we discuss is their personal relationships. For example, some people envision planning a family gathering annually with their adult kids...

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