In working with clients, we have found this trick to be super helpful and provide additional peace of mind. We all have non recurring expenses that happen randomly or every now and then. Some examples include, travel, home repair, car repair, medical, gifts, insurance premiums, etc. These can cause stress because they don’t happen on…

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You have probably been reading about inflation concerns lately. I recently read a great article outlining where inflation is and isn’t according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here is the article In summary, here are the top 4 categories that have seen the highest and lowest price increases Highest Rental cars Gas Used cars…

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Food for thought. Make sure that your savings goals are framed in a positive way, not negative. “I will save to buy a home” is positive “I will not spend money” is negative Focusing on the positive takes pain away from spending less money. In this case, you set your sights on the joys of…

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With Thanksgiving and Black Friday next week, I thought I’d touch on the gift giving season. It’s hard not to be swept up in the ever-increasing commercialization of the holidays. Personally, it feels like the holidays often boil down to scheduling chaos, overspending on gifts, and not enough time spent reflecting on what truly matters…

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