Category Archives: Cash flow & Debt-

  • The difference between saving & investing

    June,15,2020

    After about 3 months of isolation we are all getting tired of reading about it so I thought it would be nice to return to basics and talk about the difference between saving and investing.  This article from Fidelity explains…Continue Reading

  • Be resolute

    January,23,2020

    Happy New Year everyone.  I hope you all have a great year! Have you made any resolutions for 2020?  Have you set any goals?  Have you completed your goals in the past or are does your motivation decline as the…Continue Reading

  • Tis the season – of debt.

    December,4,2019

    With the holiday season upon us, our credit cards are starting to take a beating.  For a lot of us, this time of year puts a strain on our finances.  Unfortunately, there is pressure to find the perfect gift for…Continue Reading

  • Surviving an illness doesn’t have to make your family finances sick

    May,29,2019

    Last time I talked about the importance of life insurance and how it can help your family if a life ending tragedy were to occur.  This time around I would like to discuss another under appreciated insurance product that can…Continue Reading

  • Avoiding financial catastrophe

    April,16,2019

    When people hear the term “financial plan”, life insurance probably does not pop into their heads.  No surprise there.  It is certainly not the most exciting finance tool around, but arguably, it could be the one of the most important. …Continue Reading

  • Your finances can affect your health

    April,30,2018

    Money issues can cause stress. To anyone who has had trouble making ends meet, that may be an understatement. Thinking about financial issues can easily overwhelm your daily life affecting your relationships, your performance at work, your self esteem, and…Continue Reading

  • 5 tips for financial success

    February,23,2018

    The last 3 months I have talked about 3 basic elements of your financial life that can either cause great stress and worry or form a solid foundation to the rest of your life: cash flow & budget, saving, and…Continue Reading

  • What kind of debt do you have?

    January,30,2018

    In November, I talked about how your cash flow forms the basis of your finances and in December I explored some simple savings strategies. This month, now that the holiday bills are here, I would like to briefly explore the…Continue Reading