Catching up on Retirement Planning

For many people thinking about retirement planning early into a career, they may seem it to be a bit morbid, feeling as if this beginning is just a means of preparation. As with anything, everyone’s experience varies wildly depending on life circumstances. It’s all too easy to get to a point where it feels like you’ve missed the retirement planning bus. The good news is that you haven’t. It’s never too late to get started, but it can sometimes be hard to reconcile that you’ve got to get started. As with any habit, the earlier you start the easier it gets, and starting later in the retirement planning game leaves you with a bit of an uphill battle. Not to fear, it’s never too late to get started. Here are a few tips to consider for getting your retirement plans underway.

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Teaching Your Kids about Money, Part 2

In last week’s blog, I outlined 13 best practices for teaching kids about money that I recommend to my clients. In this week’s blog I’ll discuss when it’s time to introduce certain concepts and practices as well as outline some valuable allowance tips for parents and important things that each age group should know.

 
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