As promised, this time around I will expound on the purpose of life insurance today. Oh how exciting!! As a financial educator, I find that most people have misconceptions about life insurance and how it works, and it’s purpose so today we’ll hit on a few of those things. Before we dive into life insurance … More Build a Strong Foundation Financially
Rather recently I had a friend pass away. This friend was very young, the tender age of 27. He fell deathly ill and that’s what was written for him. You don’t hear stories of young folks dying all that often, but when you do it’s shocking. It’s even more concerning when it’s relatively close to […]
… More Thoughts and Then a Revelation
This is a statement that I hear quite a bit as a financial educator. A lot of people really feel like it’s impossible to save money, impossible to get ahead financially, and impossible to do the things they really want; like go on vacation out of the country, because their debt is overwhelming. And … More “I Have Way Too Much Debt!!”
As a fellow millennial, I am all too familiar with the current debt that plagues our generation. We all go to college and amass a whopping $29,000 in student loan debt, this is the national average reported by Equifax. In my experience I know quite a few people with much more than that in JUST … More What’s up with my credit?
For many years I believed that wealth was simply monetary and that was why I vowed to stay away from it. There was this belief that money didn’t equal happiness, and happiness was the most important thing in my life. There was also this belief that people with money weren’t good people, and now that I … More Wealth in 2016
As a financial professional a lot of people come to me for advice about money and decisions involving money. However, I wish more people asked about debt. I have noticed that most people are looking for a fast way out of debt, like consolidation, etc. but in my experience there isn’t really a magically door … More The Big Bad Wolf