Don’t Make these Financial Mistakes

Don’t Make these Financial Mistakes

The world is going through a very difficult phase. Everywhere we are hearing that we need to get adjusted to the ‘new normal’. Nothing is normal as it used to be. Children are not able to go to schools.   Most people are working from home.  

Do I Need a Financial Planner?

Do I Need a Financial Planner?

Creating your own financial plan can be a daunting task. If you aren’t sure where to get started or have a plan but want to improve it, a financial planner might be able to help. I’ve never used a financial planner, so I interviewed two 

A Man is Not a (Sound Financial) Plan

A Man is Not a (Sound Financial) Plan

“A Man is Not a Plan!” It sounds like a very dated statement, but a guide on a recent trip I took told me about a conversation he had with one of his nieces about her finances.  They were talking about how she could improve 

Your Bills: Pay Them or Defer Them?

Your Bills: Pay Them or Defer Them?

Many of you are facing difficult financial decisions as your hours are reduced, you have to take an unpaid leave of absence or you are laid off. At the same time, some creditors are offering to help you by waiving or deferring payments. In this 

Don’t Panic!  Just Plan It.

Don’t Panic! Just Plan It.

Financial markets have been more turbulent in the past few weeks than has been seen in many years, probably more volatile than has happened since many of you started being financially aware. You may be wondering what actions you should take. With the sense of 

What Is a Real Estate Commission?

If you are in the market to sell your home, a good real estate agent is an invaluable asset. Agents help their clients navigate the market and find potential buyers, and in return for their time and expertise, they charge commission fees. But what exactly 

12 Money Habits of Highly Effective Couples

First comes love, then comes commitment, then comes financial partnership. Individuals who come into a relationship with solid money habits have an advantage, but, to make love work, it’s essential to merge skills to make the most of dual incomes and hit shared goals and 

House Hacking 2020

My first house hacking was my first primary residence. Although I technically became a landlord, I didn’t consider myself a real estate investor.  I sold that property at my first opportunity. However, if I only understood real estate investing strategies, I would have never let