Isaiah is a Certified Financial Education Professional TM and a dynamic speaker who loves to empower others. Isaiah has been married to his wife since 2012. At home they are joined by their four children and dog.
Long term care insurance isn't a fun one to talk about. Honestly it's kind of frightening to think about needing assistance as you age. I wanted to help clear up some of the many things to consider when it comes to long term care insurance!
As a business owner, it is thrilling and exciting to be off on your own! I can't even explain it fully, but when I opened up my own financial planning firm without anyone "over" me, there was actually a huge sense of relief. I could finally do things my way and earn whatever I was capable of.
Imagine if there was a type of investment account that you could save money into before taxes, it grew without taxes, and you could take the money out without taxes.
It's so hard to make a move towards a new job! Of course we're always looking for a higher salary but there are so many other factors to consider when looking to make job and life changes. Here are a few of the things we see our clients deal with.
Last time we talked all about the IRA, AKA the "Eye-Ra." The good news is that most of the limits and terminology still applies to the Roth IRA, but I wanted to cover a few of the small differences.
Imagine this, you graduate high school, go to college and pay off all four years of college by working a simple summer job. When you graduate you have enough money and credit to start a family, buy a home, car, and even a lake house. You work at the job for years, and they promise you a pension that will pay out a guaranteed amount during your retirement years. You retire, get a gold watch. And plan to travel the world on your pension and social security checks. The good old life right? Probably what some people think of when they talk about making America great again.
Hey everyone! Can you believe it's April? Did anyone play a good April Fool's joke on you? Hopefully it was fun, and not a scam… I wanted to talk about ways that you can avoid getting scammed when it comes to your money.
Hey business owners! This one is for you! Have you heard the statistics about being an entrepreneur? 20 percent of small businesses fail in their first year, 30 percent of small businesses fail in their second year, and 50 percent of small businesses fail after five years in business. Finally, 70 percent of small business owners fail in their 10th year in business.