Year: 2020

Congress Provides Aid to Small Business Owners

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump on March 27 and is the most significant economic aid package of our lifetime…amounting to over $2 trillion. It provides a variety of financial relief to individuals, small business owners, and large corporations. $350 billion is […]

Think Small To Save Big!

Under intense pressure, it’s easy to find yourself paralyzed and unable to complete even the simplest of tasks! The mind is a powerful tool and can be either your best friend or your worst enemy. As we grow old, our ability to deal with pressure improves, but life has a way of humbling and forcing […]

Are You Missing This Tax-Saving Opportunity?

I received a question from a lady regarding her 87-year-old mother-in-law asking if she qualified for a property tax exemption? OUCH! Her mother-in-law has missed the opportunity to save perhaps hundreds or thousands of dollars over the past twenty-two years. Here’s an excerpt taken directly from the State of Alabama web site: I AM OVER […]

Mortgage Rates: Near All-Time Lows

If you’ve had a mortgage on your home for a while, no doubt you’ve refinanced at least once. All the craziness that is going on in the financial markets has created yet another opportunity. Last week, mortgage rates dropped to an all-time low of 3.29% for a 30-year loan. Rates are down a bit this […]

Financial Lessons from the Coronavirus!

Over the past few weeks, the global impact of the coronavirus on health and economics has taken center stage.  Investors all over the world are concerned about the unusual downside market volatility as uncertainty surrounding the virus continues.  When it comes to financial markets, many investors focus only on the upside potential of markets and […]