Category: MONEY

IN THIS ISSUE

 

Paying Off College Debt? Make a Plan
Structure can be more productive than swiftness
Children are Targets for Identity Theft
Security is a lifelong effort
The Market in a Minute
A recap of the last three months… in one minute or less.

 

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What steps can a family take?
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

Besides impacting lives and relationships, dementia can also impact family finances. It may call for another family member to assume money management responsibilities for a parent, grandparent, or sibling. It may increase the risk of financial exploitation, even as … Read More

A good professional provides important guidance and insight through the years.

Provided by Gerald Quigly
 

What kind of role can a financial professional play for an investor? The answer: a very important one. While the value of such a relationship is hard to quantify, the intangible benefits … Read More

End-of-the-Year Money Moves
Here are some things you might want to do before saying goodbye to 2017. 
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

What has changed for you in 2017? Did you start a new job or leave a job behind? Did you retire? Did you start a family? If … Read More

Health Savings Accounts offer you tax breaks & more.
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

Why do people open up Health Savings Accounts in conjunction with high-deductible health insurance plans? Well, here are some of the compelling reasons why younger, healthier employees decide to have HSAs.

#1: Tax-deductible contributions. These accounts are … Read More

How can you convey its importance and its meaning?
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

Are you an owner of a thriving business or a medical or legal practice? Are you a highly paid executive? If you have children, at some point they may discern how wealthy you are – … Read More

Too few Americans understand personal finance fundamentals.
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

If only money came with instructions. If it did, the route toward wealth would be clear and direct. Unfortunately, many people have inadequate financial knowledge, and for … Read More

How separate (or intertwined) should your financial lives be?
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

Some spouses share everything with each other – including the smallest details of their personal finances. Other spouses decide to keep some individual financial decisions and details to themselves, and their relationship is just fine.

Just … Read More

Everyone should aim to have a cash reserve.
Provided by Gerald Quigley
 

We all would love to have a little extra cash on hand for emergencies. Saving up that cash can be a challenge – but with a little effort, that challenge can be met.

Imagine a 30-year-old … Read More

What are the keys in planning to grow wealthy together?

 

Provided by Gerald Quigley

 

When you marry or simply share a household with someone, your financial life changes – and your approach to managing your money may change as well. To succeed as a couple, you may also have to succeed … Read More