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Having Family Conversations About Finances

Discussing our finances with our parents or, in some cases, our children, can be incredibly uncomfortable. But working on our finances alone, especially when we want our financial growth to positively impact the family members around us, can often be counterproductive. Having these meaningful conversations with parents, children, or close family members and friends, is important for a variety of reasons.

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What You Need to Know about Saving for College

The cost of college is rising significantly faster than financial aid being offered to incoming college students. This means that many college students and their families are turning to private loans with incredibly high interest rates to help finance their secondary education. This is problematic, and it sets your college student up to carry a significant student debt load into their young adult life after they graduate.

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Inconsistent Income Series: Building a Budget

Often, people who are dealing with lumpy income, end up overspending on months when their income is “up” to make up for their stringent lack of spending when income is “down.” As a result, they struggle to meet their big-picture financial goals like paying off debt or growing their nest egg. Luckily, there’s a few things you can do to successfully set up a budget that you can stick to - even with inconsistent income!

Financial Planning