If you’re just starting to take charge of your financial future, it can be stressful approaching financial planning with confidence. Do you ever talk to your bank or financial manager and think that they’re speaking a foreign language?
When looking for any professional advisor, it is important to be able to match their characteristics, temperament, client profile and experience level to your own profile.
So much of what we want to know, learn, or buy these days can be found online.
We’re about 6 weeks away from the due date. It's a girl! At that point in time, we’ll be playing man-to-man defense.
Ringing in the New Year always brings out the best of intentions in us. We take time to set personal goals in growth and development, evaluate what we’d like to improve and take time to focus on our personal goals.
If I’ve heard it once in the entrepreneurial world, I’ve heard it a thousand times – you need to communicate why you do what you do. I’ve also heard you shouldn't blog about yourself.
But here I am.
Talking about myself and telling you my “Why?”
With rates as low and competitive as they have ever been, it’s as close to a “buyers” market in life insurance as you’ll probably ever see. Still, in these cash-strapped times, curbing all costs and expenses is a priority for most people, and buying life insurance is no different.
Life insurance can be an ultimate security blanket, but how do you know if you’re buying it for the right reasons and from the right person?
Earlier this week, I posted a "Did You Know?" to my social media accounts (@ScMcEachern on Instragram, link to Facebok page at the top right of this page).
November is Financial Literacy Month. Each day I’ve been posting tips, snip-its, and common financial problems people face to my social media accounts: