Six Ways to Invest in Your Child’s Education

Paying for a college education has always been a huge investment for individuals or families. However, with the rising cost of tuition at public and private colleges, many parents are becoming increasingly worried as to whether they can even afford to send their children off to college. Financial advisers are always here to help families […]

Looking Out For Them:
Five Tasks to Complete Today for Your Kid’s Well-being

Raising a child is not for the faint of heart. No day is happier than the day your child is born. Here are five tasks that can be completed right now to improve your kid’s well-being. Set aside $100 for college It’s not a lot of money, but it’s a start. The longer you put […]

Keep Your Family Financially Stable: A Trifecta of Tips

Finance is a complex topic that has a unique definition to each family across America. People of all shapes, sizes and ages do anything they can to set themselves and their families up for stability in the bank account. While some have an easier time accomplishing this tall task, single parents are dealt a short […]

Building a Better Student: Tearing Down

Each day I drive past a commercial building site that has been more than a year in the making, and it’s still not complete. It takes a long time to build a foundation, set the supports, and apply the materials that eventually create a finished product. As for the structure that previously occupied that spot? […]

5 Ways to Put Money Away for Your Child’s Education

If you have children, one of your biggest responsibilities as a parent is to pay for their college education. However, college can be very expensive, even if you are sending your child to a college in the state where you live. Therefore, you need to make a plan to accomplish this goal. Here are some […]

Building A Better Student: Delayed Reaction

What happens when you walk into a room and flip the light switch? The bulbs immediately begin to shine, right? It’s been that way our entire lives; we throw a switch, and there’s light, instantly. So you can imagine my delight when I moved into a house where two rooms have delayed lighting. It’s the […]