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Could the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” Be Your Saving Grace?

Across the country, experiences of the coronavirus lockdown have varied significantly, based in large part on one’s health, work status, […]

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What To Do If You Can’t Afford to Pay for Your Child’s College Expenses

Many of our clients have the goal of paying for their kids’ college expenses.  In meetings with those clients—and in […]

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Adult Children Living at Home: How to Prepare Them for Financial Independence

In our own lives and the lives of our clients, we have regularly observed the trend of millennials—occasionally referred to […]

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Never Too Soon to Start Teaching Your Kids about Money, Part 2: The Older Years

As we discussed in our last post, many parents worry whether their children will establish good habits regarding money and […]

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Never Too Soon to Start Teaching Kids about Money, Part 1: The Younger Years

For those of us who are parents (or play a parental role as guardians, caretakers, or involved family members), we […]

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Targeting Retirees: Elder Financial Abuse on the Rise

With countless news stories in the past weeks revolving around the Equifax data breach, many Americans have renewed concerns about […]

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