Posts by Taylor Stanfill, CFP®

Bitcoin…What Is It and Should You Invest In It?

More and more people are asking about Bitcoin. If you haven’t heard of Bitcoin, it’s one type of Cryptocurrency. The first question people ask is What is Bitcoin? This article provides a straightforward explanation. Another question we get asked is “should I invest in it?” For the vast majority of you…NO! There is too much risk…

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How to Be Financially Thankful This Season

Thanksgiving was last week which means we have officially entered the Holiday season. Aren’t we supposed to feel good this time of year? Aren’t we supposed to be thankful for our family, friends, jobs, etc? Isn’t everything supposed to be right in the world? What does it mean to be financially thankful? I propose that…

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Why Don’t We Take Better Care Of Ourselves?

This is an article written by a friend of mine, Ann-Marie Giglio. Ann-Marie owns Core Matters, a fitness studio in Roswell, GA. I love her approach to fitness and nutrition. When I read this article, I immediately thought of the parallels between this and our finances. Often times, the barriers to making progress in our…

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Hurricane Relief – WE Can Help!

The pictures and stories resulting from Hurricane Harvey & Irma have been overwhelming! People’s lives have been devastated. You and I can help! There are many different organizations that are making a difference. Convoy Of Hope is one. Watch this video and consider donating towards their relief efforts by clicking on the link below the…

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Discuss Your Money With Your Kids?

I am seeing more and more situations where a client or someone I know is going to inherit significant wealth, but their family, who is currently living and has the money, doesn’t want to discuss the details. This is usually a parent / grandparent leaving money to their kids / grandkids. Money and death are…

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Hardship Is Beneficial?

We learn like crazy when things get hard. We grow when we overcome obstacles. We get stronger when we push our bodies outside of their comfort zone. Bottom line, struggle and hardship make us stronger! I don’t think many people would disagree with this principle. Yet, in our comfort addicted world, we avoid pain and…

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Going To The Dentist

Honestly, this is embarrassing, and it’s hard for me to share. But, it does an amazing job of explaining how most people feel about their finances so I have too. As of June of this year, it had been ~5 years since I stepped foot in a dental office. Before that, I was inconsistent at…

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