The day I decided that I didn’t have the will to “Jones” anymore—that is, I stopped trying to keep up with everyone else—was the day I decided to live with intention. That is the day I started a minimalist lifestyle.
As a financial advisor and managing associate I am often surprised by how many successful, intelligent and well-educated women lack knowledge and motivation around investing and planning for retirement. As an entire gender, women have to step up and take charge.
I have read statistics say that by the time we all reach the age of 65, 2 out of 3 of us will end up flat broke. Those same statistics also say that if we start a business, 90 percent of us will fail within one to five years. This means that the odds are stacked against all of us when it comes to achieving financial success.
I spend a lot of my time thinking of ways to save money. You may be surprised at what you can save without feeling like you are doing without.
While the majority of financial advisers are teaching people how to build their wealth, especially in the stock market, H&H focuses on the different needs of retirees who require a different financial strategy.
A Tale of Two Cars By Kathleen Forsyth In the past week, two friends approached me, separately, with essentially the same request. In fact, almost the...