Category: Financial Empowerment

  • High Earner Not Rich Yet (HENRY) 4 Financial Tips

    Economic cycles come and go. The ups and downs are similar to trying to soothe heartburn. The ups and downs can be compounded when being a high earner and not yet rich yet (HENRY). HENRY’s usually make income from $100k to $300k.  Although HENRY’s pay some of the highest taxes, there are ways to make […]

  • The Psychology of Investing

    Keeping calm amid market turbulence. Join us on this webinar to discuss: What behaviors to watch out for. The impact they can have on your wealth. How to minimize the impact of emotions on your investments. Reach your financial goals with your mind at ease. At the end of the seminar, you will learn about: […]

  • Interest Rates: It’s a Question of Time

    Remember Depeche Mode? You know the 80’s New Wave band? They blasted through the US charts. One of their iconic album’s was called “Black Celebration”.  This album was a sensation. One particular song of interest from the album was “A Question of Time”. Lyrics: It’s just a question of timeAnd it’s running out for youIt […]

  • Mistakes Federal & City Employees Make Before Retirement

    Big government agencies, cities and municipalities are becoming larger and financially unsustainable.  Many jobs performed by humans are being eliminated.  As an employee of a government entity, it’s important to insulate your retirement against the impending robot revolution. Here are 4 common mistakes before retirement to avoid:   # 1 – Pension Equals Security The most […]

  • Big Bank Financial Inclusion Myth

    Big banks jump on the latest trends with the term “financial inclusion” for the masses. But, is financial inclusion from big banks a myth? Recent news from Wells Fargo shows quite the opposite of inclusion from Wells Fargo by eliminating revolving lines of credit of users borrowing $3,000 to $100,000. Although this is financial exclusion, […]