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Behavioral Finance

How to Set Your Financial Goals For 2022?

What are your financial goals for 2022? Are you like most of us and come up with some New Years resolutions that you never follow through on?  Or perhaps you’ve given up on those completely and now don’t set any goals. The idea of setting goals isn’t new and you

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Keeping a long-term focus in face of short-term challenges

As we start to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, and life shifts back toward “normal” for many, I have a lot of folks telling me they’re struggling with thinking about long-term planning. And that makes sense, since we’ve seen how quickly our long-term plans and goals can be turned upside

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7 Tips For Protecting Your Assets Throughout a Divorce

Divorce is emotional, and financial protection may not always be top of mind. But being cautious and prepared early on can help prevent financial stress later down the line. If you’re amidst a divorce or considering the process, keep these seven tips in mind.

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How to start the new year off right

Though we’re all eager to move on from last year, there are still many factors outside our control in 2021. So, take some time now to be intentional about the kind of year you want to have and the factors that ARE within your control. In this video, I’m going

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Gamestop, memes, and market volatility

  Did you hear #GameStop went viral?   It’s been a long (and strange) week so I figured I’d provide a quick guide to the market frenzy you’re seeing in the headlines.   Long update ahead. (Buckle up, it’s a little complicated.)   What is GameStop and why does everyone

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