Are You Ready to Retire?: How to Navigate the Lead-Up to Retirement Bob and Katie Carlson* couldn’t believe the good fortune they’d had in the stock market, and at our first meeting in my office, they talked rather sheepishly about a dream they could now actually see coming to pass: a comfortable retirement. Certainly, […]
Guest Post by Alec Fetterer of Transform Tutoring I’m excited to feature a guest post from Alec Fetterer, an expert on test prep for college-bound families. I think this is such a crucial piece of the college application process, and Alec offers valuable insight on why preparing for the ACT is important for many […]
One of the exercises I do with all my clients is to have them imagine what their lives look like five or ten years from now, and how that might be different from today. With college planning clients, especially for those with a student
My younger son is pretty active and remarkably tough. His older brother is too, but the younger is that kind of little brother who always wants to play with the big kids, and can handle his own. So, it shouldn’t have been a surprise when we got the call a recent Thursday afternoon from his daycare.
If you were buying a home today, would you just pick the number of bedrooms you need, and then start looking for houses? Probably not. Instead, you’d have a quick look at the market to see what’s a reasonable price for the type of homes you’re interested in, then start shopping for what you can […]