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R is for “Reinventing” yourself after divorce

If you let it, divorce can send you spiraling into deep depression, where you become the victim or it can shake you out of complacency and into the action.  Choose the latter and open yourself to new experiences and begin reinventing yourself. Start looking to the future … The past is the past… Focus on […]

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What is the Number One Concern about Retirement?

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Holiday Gratitude from AZ

During this holiday season I would like to express my sincere appreciation for all those with whom I have had the privilege to serve throughout the year. It is an honor to pass along helpful financial information and encouragement in today’s challenging financial economy.  It is my goal to continue to provide helpful, open and […]

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What is a Balanced Portfolio?

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What do you consider when looking at your financial situation?

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How to Measure Financial Performance?

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Do people have Diversified portfolios?

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D is for Don’t Let Your Divorce Negatively Define You

“You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ― Joseph Campbell Dealing with divorce is a harsh reality; after all no one gets married expecting divorce in their future, yet it happens to a large number of  married couples. Divorce happens to good people. It […]

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C is for Understanding Your Credit Rating.

  Understanding the basics of the credit scoring system and how your actual credit score rating comes about is important to everyone. When you are applying for a credit card, car loan, mortgage or a personal loan, lenders want to know what your credit risk level is. Your credit score, which is referred to as […]

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Helping clients to have Perspective on their financial objectives.

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