The Deceitfulness of Wealth

Wealth is a resource that can be used for good, but it can come and go. Discover your purpose and what eternally matters….


Before you Pull the Trigger on Retirement…

Here are share some common challenges we encounter as we help clients prepare for the important transition into retirement.


Becoming a Wise Investor — Part 3 of 3

I encourage you to proceed — not just with caution, but with great anticipation of the possibilities that await you on the other side!


Mortgage-Free in Retirement?

Let’s evaluate five factors that play into your decision to either pay off your mortgage or maintain it.


Becoming a Wise Investor — Part 2 of 3

Remember that childhood admonition before you cross a street — stop, look, and listen? It is much the same for investing.


Pursuing a Retirement that Works

What if we redefine our objectives and trade the chronological path for an integrated life of learning, productivity and fulfillment?


Becoming a Wise Investor — Part 1 of 3

What is often missing is a basic understanding of how to build wealth prudently and make it grow effectively over time...


Don’t Forget to Save for College

In this column, I want to focus on the benefits and restrictions of investing into education-specific plans such as 529 College Savings Plans.


What do you have that you did not receive?

Acknowledging that everything we have is received from God, instead of asserting our own superiority, is much more beneficial as shown by these four underlying…


Shemitah Years & Blood Moons, Oh My!

If you are basing your decisions on fear or rumor, be diligent to check for truth. Open the word of God and see for yourself….


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Raising Money Smart Children

The way we handle money is more often than not greatly influenced by the money habits we learned growing up.


A Game Plan for 2015

Make it your goal this year to address these areas, if you haven’t already, and you will be amazed at the results when December rolls around!