Celebrity clients can be great. But, when things go wrong, they go VERY wrong. In these disputes, you’re fighting with one hand tied behind your back. In our star-obsessed culture, the public is much more willing to… Continue reading →
Overspending can be every bit a habit as drinking or smoking. While you won’t die from overspending, it is deadly for your financial health. The big question though, is how to just say no?
Steven Kolinsky quoted in InvestmentNews: Americans fear another financial crisis, are spooked by investing
With the Great Recession just a few years behind us, Americans are still spooked by investing, despite the continuing stock market rally.
Wedding bliss can easily turn into marriage misery if newlyweds don’t openly discuss their finances. Money is often cited as a cause of marital strife, but experts say there are easy ways to avoid financial feuds. The first… Continue reading →
Remember the good ol’ days of pension plans and no-worry Social Security? Me neither. For Generation Y, a hands-off retirement planned around Social Security — which recent reports say could be bled dry by 2033 if not sooner — or… Continue reading →
You made plans and promises to get your finances together in 2013. The year is half over — so what’s the reality?