Most of our clients who have life insurance typically have some form of term life insurance. We generally find term life helps execute most financial plans at the lowest cost.
Independence Day – The BLACK ROBE REGIMENT
As a citizen of the United States of America, we celebrate Independence Day to remember the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776, which declared the 13
Impact of a Shrinking Population
How the Birth Rate affects economic growth At my families Thanksgiving dinner I was having a conversation about reading old books with my uncle, who recently received from an estate
Is Buying a House like Buying a Stock?
Yes! If you have ever gone through the process of purchasing a house then you already understand the basic concepts of analyzing a stock. My wife and I are currently
Are You Settling, and What Is It Costing You?
Since the stock market has made back some lost ground and seems to be a bit more stable than it has been, I’d like to address a topic that is
Emotional Tweets: A Cautionary Tale For Investors
Regardless of one’s political leanings, there seems to be a consensus among those that I talk with; frequent Tweets often do more harm than good. Let’s not single out Twitter,
Learning Something New; Why Financial Language is so Hard to Understand
A big part of what we do is educating people about the financial and investment landscape. Those who are able to speak with a high level of financial knowledge or
Simple Investing: Active, Passive and a Long Term Method for Success
Basic Investing Formula Investing has two equally important decisions. Buying and Selling. Since time works to our advantage, buying at a fair price and waiting a long period of time
The Beauty of Investing
I am constantly amazed at the vast array of opinions and approaches to investing. Seems like every year something ”new” is created that will change the investing world. Yet, after