6 Money Mistakes to avoid for New Parents

As a new parent and having a baby, you are focused on one thing and one thing only — the baby’s health. You have the right thinking. You want to be a good parent. You know it’s a huge responsibility, and you made sure that your home was a welcoming environment. Okay, maybe you’re still…

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Tips for Paying Off Student Debt

Congratulations Class of 2014! What an accomplishment. And also a second congratulations needs to go out as you are the highest indebted class in history. According to an analysis of government data by Mark Kantrowitz, publisher at Edvisors, this year’s graduate has an average student-loan debt of $33,000. Factor in inflation adjustments and that’s almost…

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Planning for College

A financial advisor is the quarterback of your professional team when it comes to saving for your child’s education. Sending a child off to college can be one of the happiest and satisfying days in a parent’s life. The joy of planning for college can also be met by stress if the family is not…

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