On Saturday, June 15th hundreds of tired and cognitively depleted students walked out of a six-hour examination. They’ve studied for months to prepare for one of the most notorious and revered exams in finance. The exam was the CFA and I was one of those people. I wasn't sure how I felt about the exam - the pass rates can be daunting.
I wanted a happy, uplifting article for October and I soon remembered, October is financial planning month! Now, I’m the first person to think the National Day trend has gone too far with offenders such as “May 9, National Lost Sock Memorial Day” and of course the upcoming “November 12, National Pizza with the W
In honor of “Home Ownership Month,” I thought I would share my most recent experience of becoming a homeowner. It felt like it happened pretty fast. I was entertaining the idea for several months, having the big debate of whether I should rent or buy, visiting open houses, and constantly perusing Zillow. But I wasn’t ready to take the leap.
As I sent my eldest child, Bella, to 2nd grade a couple of weeks ago, I began thinking of how fast life has gone by. It feels like she was just an infant last week. I’m enjoying every minute of it, as so many have advised me, but as a planner, I can’t help but look forward and wonder if my husband and I will be totally prepared to send her off to college some ten years fro
To Retire with Confidence, Have a Plan.
If you want to retire with confidence, have a plan.