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Category Archives: Guest Blog

The Best Way to Prepare if Financial Disaster Hits

No one likes to think about catastrophes and emergencies. Still, preparing for financial disaster is important. If you don’t, it could cause irreparable harm to your current and future finances. Guest blogger Nichole Coyle, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM, shows you how to prepare if an unexpected financial disaster occurs. 1. Create an Emergency Fund If you… (read more)

Year End Financial Planning

As we look to a new year, it’s a great time to engage in year-end financial planning. Whether you are starting from scratch or just need to review your existing goals, guest blogger Nichole Coyle, Certified Financial PlannerTM, walks you through what to consider as the year ends. Financial planning isn’t a one-time thing. Instead,… (read more)

Planning for Healthcare in Retirement

Healthcare in retirement; it’s not something that first comes to mind when thinking about our post-working days. But it’s an important piece of your retirement budget. Today, guest blogger Nichole Coyle, CFP, tells us what to plan for when considering healthcare in retirement. In general, people are living longer and health care inflation continues to… (read more)

How to Stay Financially Confident in Retirement

In todays’ age, retirees are living longer and experiencing retirement in new ways. In general, people no longer work for the same employer for 50 years, retire on a predictable pension, and settle into a quiet lifestyle. Instead, today’s retirees are more active—with baby boomers controlling 70% of the country’s disposable income. They’re traveling the world,… (read more)

Should you Pay Down Debt Or Save For Retirement? What to Know

There are many aspects of financial planning to consider when deciding whether to pay down debt or save for retirement. We all know that both are important, but how do you know which one you should be focusing on? Guest blogger Nichole Coyle, Certified Financial Planner™, discusses what factors you consider. Emergency Funds Come First… (read more)

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