Category: Personal Finance

Is Your Safety Net Sufficient?

An unfortunate reality today is the staggering amount of people living paycheck to paycheck without a proper emergency cash reserve, or safety net, to get them through times of financial instability.  A recent CNBC article stated that since the Covid-19 pandemic began, approximately 63% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, and approximately 80% of Americans […]

Answer These Five Questions For Big 2021 Goals

2020 will soon be behind us. WHEW! It has been a year no one will forget, and I think everyone is looking forward to 2021 with a lot of hope and positive expectations. If you want to take control of your results and make 2021 your best year ever, now is the time to focus […]

COVID Stimulus Part 2

Earlier this year, Congress passed a $2 trillion stimulus package to provide financial relief to individuals and small businesses due to the economic impact of COVID-19.  Over the weekend, a second $900 billion package was approved in a non-partisan fashion in the house and senate.  Here are some of the key components: $600 direct checks […]

Tis The Season For Giving…A Better Education!

Because of COVID, online sales are skyrocketing compared to last year, and I hope everyone will focus on shopping locally online. Local merchants need our help. While everyone is in the mood for giving, I think we could all agree that one of the greatest gifts a person can receive is the gift of the […]

What’s In Your Wallet?

We previously covered what not to keep in your bank safe deposit box.  With the holidays upon us, and shopping at a yearly high, the potential for losing a wallet or purse increases. There are several items you should consider to not keep in your wallet or purse, which if lost or stolen could become […]